Lady Gaga (36), American singer, performed her first concert in Japan for eight years at Belluna Dome (Tokorozawa City, Saitama Prefecture) on September 3-4, 2022. Fan service status shown after the performance was tweeted out and praise spread.
In front of fans heading to the nearest station in the pouring rain, Gaga appeared in costume without an umbrella. While waving his hand, he saw the fans on their way home. The contributor, who was shooting this scene, said, “I was truly moved from the bottom of my heart.”
“Isn’t that a lie?” “Lord Gaga!”
Gaga debuted in 2008. With his eccentric costumes and powerful performances, he became a global star. Also known as a Japanophile, he donated the proceeds from the sale of the bracelet he designed in response to the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011. Additionally, he supported the reconstruction by exhibiting teacups he kissed at a charity auction.
Gaga will perform in Japan for the first time in eight years since 2014 on September 3 and 4, 2022. Under such circumstances, a video taken by a fan immediately after completing the two-day live has become a hot topic on Twitter.
As it rained heavily, Gaga appeared in a black outfit without an umbrella in front of fans heading to the nearest station. “Isn’t that a lie!?” “Mr. Gaga! Mr. Gaga!”
In response to the message, a series of voices praising Gaga on Twitter, saying, “This is wonderful”, “I’m crying”, “The fan service is so amazing”, and “I would crumble on the spot”. received over 26,000 likes. .
Gaga’s official Japanese Twitter also retweeted a post from a fan who took a picture of the situation after the performance.
J-CAST News interviewed Fu (@fuuuwind25) who posted the video on the 5th. According to Fu, the event in the video took place about five minutes after the performance ended. Back to the situation at that time.
Fu said, “It’s a well-known story that Gaga loves and cares about her fans very much, but I didn’t expect her to come out in the rain and wave at me, so I was deeply moved. During the live, they said again and again, “I love you Tokyo, I love you Japan.” I could feel that feeling. Thank you for loving Japan and coming. I’m full of feelings,” he said happily.