The Press Association - Lady Gaga put on a characteristically spectacular show as she brought her Born This Way Ball to Twickenham Stadium.
Gay Times - The whole Born This Way Ball was glorious. It couldn't not be, when a castle bursts open and some of the greatest pop songs of the decade are blasted out, alongside an epic alien invasion narrative.
Metalhammer - We do stick around to see what all the fuss is about with Lady Gaga, and yes, despite whatever you may think of her music, we can confirm that she packs a stage show to rival KISS in the OTT stakes. There’s something ever so slightly edgy about her whole persona that many other pop stars just don’t seem to reach – which may explain some of the rather surprising faces we see dotted around the crowd
It's quite hilarious that the people who attended The Born This Way Ball praise her and the show, while the only criticism comes from people/fans who sit in front of their computers, by judging crappy YouTube videos and fan pics.
It's quite hilarious that the people who attended The Born This Way Ball praise her and the show, while the only criticism comes from people/fans who sit in front of their computers and judge crappy YouTube videos and fan pics.
Right? I also feel like people automatically praise the Monster Ball as being better because we've had the HBO special which provided HD video. The BTW Ball has only been out for a month and most people haven't even had the time to attend.
What the audience really turned out for are the songs. The show is stacked with hits. Early highlights include Black Jesus, Bad Romance and Just Dance. Telephone, minus Beyonce, is magnificent and by the time Electric Chapel has rolled around the band are shredding like a glorious 80s LA metal act. Stay for the encore: Marry The Night is jaw dropping.