Lady Gaga ‘free, wild, happy’

Lady Gaga has infinite “gratitude” for her fans in New Zealand.

The singer is currently on the Oceanic leg of her Born This Way Ball worldwide concert tour.

Lady Gaga cancelled her show in Jakarta, Indonesia on June 3 due to protests and was reportedly incredibly sad about calling off the performance.

The star is happy to report that she and her crew have been thoroughly enjoying themselves in Auckland so far.

“I'm having a blast in New Zealand!! the last couple shows have felt like festivals. Just so free, wild, happy. What music is all about it. (sic)” she posted on Twitter.

Lady Gaga is also happy that the country’s media has welcomed her so graciously.

“And much gratitude to the New Zealand press for the lovely reviews of our show. My dancers, band, crew, Haus and I Thank You! Xoxo

Lady Gaga is also enjoying the food in the gorgeous nation.

“Seperate note, I woke up actually IN the wrapper of my Subway Sandwich this morning. Has this happened to anyone? I'm feeling overwhelmed,” Gaga tweeted.

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