Lady GaGa and Adam Lambert's 'Not Legit' Gig Dropped
A concert advertising performances from Lady GaGa and Adam Lambert has been scrapped, after representatives for the stars revealed they were not booked to perform. A man in Martinsburg, West Virginia was advertising a private event for a hair care launch party next month in April, with tickets being sold for between $100 and $200.
A spokesperson for Lambert revealed to TMZ that the gig was "not legit", while the "Poker Face" hitmaker's manager insisted the singer's inclusion was "completely false". Now the gig has been canceled, according to the website. Refunds will be available from Tuesday, March 23.
Although they did not perform together in Martinsburg since the gig is fake, Lady GaGa and Adam Lambert have previously teamed up for one of the songs in Lambert's album "For Your Entertainment". Lambert shared, " 'Fever' is a song that is written by Lady GaGa, one of my favorite contemporary artists." He continued, "I begged, I said 'please can we get a song by Lady GaGa. I really want to work with her' And in the eleventh hour the song came in. We recorded it together actually. She was in the studio which was so exciting. We had a blast."
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