Gaga Everywhere

During her brief Japan tour, Lady Gaga made herself available in all sorts of ways – appearing on a nationally broadcast music show, doing interviews and showing up for fan events.

She also did a “secret mini-concert,” complete with costumes and dancers, at Tabloid, a warehouse being turned into a club in the waterfront district of Tokyo.

The performance was for the cosmetics firm M.A.C., specifically the Viva Glam lipstick line, whose proceeds goes toward AIDS research.

The concert was a collaboration with Chinese-Canadian performance artist Terence Koh, who created a special piano for the event and chanted onstage dressed as a monk.

The crowd was filled with drag queens, sumo wrestlers, record company executives and any celebrity they could dig up.
Lady Gaga sang three songs, including her new single “Alejandro.”

She was dressed all in white and both she and Koh were strapped with fluorescent lights and carried through the crowd.