Lady Gaga's Wild Tour Rider Details Revealed
During her arduous two and a half-year Monster Ball Tour, the "Bad Romance" diva requested that her dressing room be decorated in a "glam rock" fashion and furnished with white leather couches, fresh roses and black satin drapes, according to the superstar's rider obtained exclusively by Celebuzz.
The document, which was revealed in court documents during a six-hour deposition Gaga gave in a lawsuit involving her former assistant Jennifer O'Neill – which Celebuz was first to reveal in Aug. 2012, also noted that a "manquin [sic] with puffy pink public [sic] hair" be present in her backstage suite.
"[With] silver statins [sic] draped over the walls," the document noted of her dressing room, adding that "old rock posters from her favorite artists [like] David Bowie, Queen, Elton John and Billy [sic] Holiday," and "fan art that was kept on the road" also be hung around the room.
Other dressing room accoutrements include all the luxuries of home, plus one that has relaxing properties for the on-the-go superstar: 2 large fluffy lavendar [sic] towels; 2 lavendar [sic] hand towels; 2 lavendar [sic] wash cloths, which must be available to the pop star "at all times"; lavendar [sic] handsoap, body wash; face soap; 2 new seafoam luffas; small candle in the bathroom, fresh yellow, lavendar [sic] or white roses; and a steamer.
All of these requests are only a small fraction of Gaga's complex — and costly — tour.
According to emails submitted in the lawsuit from O'Neill, who's suing the singer for over $300,000 in unpaid wages, Gaga had splashed out $5,700 on online high-end retailer Gilt.com, $3,000 for designer luggage and $600 for prescription eyeglasses. A lot more.
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