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After winning an Oscar, a Grammy and a Golden Globe for her musical contributions to A Star is Born, Lady Gaga's latest single, "Stupid Love," signals a return to the technicolor pop of her past. In the video for the song, Gaga puts on a pink wig and gyrates in the desert, backed by a group of dancers that dress like Power Rangers in a Mad Max-style post-apocalypse. It's likely a signal that her new album, Chromatica, will be stocked with plenty of dance floor bangers.
To celebrate her latest release, Gaga is playing just six shows around the world this summer, one of which will take place at Wrigley Field—a venue that she became the first woman to headline when she performed there in 2017. Dubbed "The Chromatica Ball," you can expect a theatrical, immaculately-choreographed performance filled with her biggest hits and some over-the-top spectacle (Gaga's recent Las Vegas residency placed the singer atop a giant fire-spewing robot). And you'll probably be able to hear the inevitable ballpark sing-along to "Shallow" from Lincoln Park.
You can sign up for Live Nation's Verified Fan pre-sale through March 7 to get early acess to tickets on March 13. General tickets sales begin on Monday, March 16th at 10am.
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