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Photos: Fans queue for over a week for Lady Gaga Dublin gig

Meanwhile an animal rights group is planning a protest over the singer’s choice to wear fur.

SOME FANS HAVE gone to extreme measures to ensure that they get a front-and-centre spot for tonight’s Lady Gaga gig at the Aviva Stadium.

At least one fan camped out for ten nights outside the venue, while other ‘Little Monsters’, as Lady Gaga calls her fans, have been arriving throughout the week to make sure they get one of the coveted wristbands to get as close as possible to their hero.

Photos: Fans queue for over a week for Lady Gaga Dublin gig
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All photos: Mark Steadman/Photocall Ireland

There will be another group at the concert this evening, but they’re not Lady Gaga fans. The Animal Rights Action Network is planning a protest at the singers decision to wear fur.

ARAN will be screening undercover fur farm footage and holding placards.

In August Lady Gaga released a statement saying she has rules about what fur she wears and said that she “stays away from skinned fur” but that “this does not mean my morals are rigid and that I won’t bend at the sight of an absolute art piece of a coat”.

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