GaGa Knocks Them Dead At Radio One’s Big Weekend

The Judas star arrived in a coffin to close the festival in Carlisle…


Lady GaGa stunned crowds at Radio One’s Big Weekend last night, as she took to the stage in a coffin to bring the festival to an impressive close.

The eccentric popstar, who previously arrived at the Grammy Awards in an egg, emerged from the gold casket to belt out her hit single, Born This Way, with what appeared to be a fake baby-bump up her black PVC top.

GaGa later removed the bump as she powered through her hour-long set to the 20,000 strong crowd in Carlisle, which included hit tunes Just Dance, Bad Romance and Poker Face.

The Telephone hitmaker also performed her new single, The Edge Of Glory, which she dedicated to her late grandfather as she fought back the tears during song.

Wearing a collection of morbid black outfits, Lady G wowed her adoring audience, even paying homage to royal newly weds Prince William and Kate Middleton, by changing the words to her jazz track, Orange Colored Sky, to pay tribute to the pair.

Introducing the tune, GaGa explained: “When I was in the United States I wished I was at The Royal Wedding. I want to be the girlfriend of a handsome prince.”

GaGa then made her third and final outfit change, returning to the stage in a studded-leather jacket, an eyemask and PVC underwear – complete with a crucifix on her crotch – to close her set with current single, Judas

After leaving the stage, Lady G took to Twitter to plug the release of her latest Born This Way track, tweeting: “Radio 1 show was killer! The Born This Way Itunes Countdown will release my song HAIR 2moro 1pm PST” accompanied with the artwork for the single.