Having been to her last concert, I expected a change from The Born This Way Ball, which is exactly what I got.
The thing that pleased me about this show was that during her two and a half hour performance, she performed songs from all three of her albums, and not just from her newest album Born This Way.
Gaga entered the stage on what seemed to be a real horse but turned out to be a fake one with two people inside controlling it – talk about an original entrance.
Her stage consisted of a huge castle, and a runway that went more than halfway onto the floor area, allowing her to interact with fans.
The castle and the runway were perfect to use during songs, especially during the song “Love Game”, when Gaga came up just a few feet away from the crowd, smoking a cigarette, and lying down singing.
As many would have predicted, her costumes and controversy – such as insinuating oral sex with her dancers during “Government Hooker” – brought much more entertainment to the show.
Her opening costume was the highlight of all her clothing. To get a good idea of what her outfit was, imagine tight black nylon covered in sparkles with metal silver wings attached to her sides, and a cage-like headpiece. In other words, a fashionable alien.
It is quite evident that the 26-year-old singer has a strong relationship with her fans since throughout the night she would interact with them. Gaga even invited four lucky fans onstage to sing her final encore song “Marry The Night”.
Her energy is what kept her devoted fans up and jumping throughout the entire night. The show altogether flowed like a the circus, with top-notch singing and dancing.