Lady Gaga has just two tour dates left before her ‘Chromatica’ era comes to an end, but it looks like she’s in for a big surprise for her fans as her recent concert in California was filmed with professional cameras throughout. a spectacle ; could there be another documentary film coming soon?
According BillboardMother Monster recently performed in front of 52,000 fans at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles this past weekend.
Video footage from the show has gone viral, showing the pop star singing her collab song with Ariana Grande “Rain On Me” along with massive pyrotechnics and fireworks to the delight of her fans.
Tonight’s Chromatica Ball show in Los Angeles will be taped. pic.twitter.com/zYHQhfolfO
— Lady Gaga now 🧠 (@ladygaganownet) September 10, 2022
“52,000 people. Sold out. 30 cameras pointed at you and one take,” Gaga captioned her post after quote-retweet the fan-shot video.
Along with the images, a photo of the disclaimer outside the venue has also made the rounds online, showing that there will be a “commercial video recording/photograph” of the show.
The letter further explained that the spectators’ presence at the concert “constitutes” their express consent to the filming.
Why did Lady Gaga’s team record their show in Los Angeles?
Many fans immediately speculated as to why Gaga’s team recorded the entire show, with some fans saying it could be used for a documentary film.
Some users also alleged that the singer would use it as a promotion for its Haus Labs cosmetics line.
The official account of her makeup brand responded to a user who said the taped event was visuals for future promotions, saying “You’re welcome.”
However, later they tweeted that fans have to guess or find out the purpose of the filmed concert because they don’t know what it is for.
At the time of this writing, neither Lady Gaga nor any part of her team, the Haus of Gaga, has yet confirmed whether there will be a documentary film soon.
If Mother Monster ever releases a documentary in the future, it won’t be her first time as she has already starred in a Netflix movie titled “Gaga: five foot twoin 2017 which revolves around the singer preparing for the Super Bowl halftime show.
He also addressed his struggles with fibromyalgia.
Lady Gaga’s last two shows for “Chromatica Ball” would be at Minute Made Park in Houston, Texas on September 13 and Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida on September 17.
Tickets and more information about her upcoming tour dates are available on her official site.
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