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Gaydio celebrates Lady Gaga’s Chromatica Ball UK shows with Gaydio Gaga rebrand

Little Monsters can vote for their favourite Gaga song.

By Emily Maskell

Words: Emily Maskell; Images: Lady Gaga’s performs The Chromatica Ball at the Friends Arena, Stockholm, Sweden (Getty Images) 

Little Monsters assemble! Gaydio is rebranding to Gaydio Gaga on Friday (29 July) for a day of nothing but Lady Gaga songs to celebrate The Chromatica Ball tour’s UK shows kicking off in London.

Mother Monster will be taking to the stage for two nights at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium for her revered 90-minute show which is not to be missed.

Gaydio Gaga launches with ‘Gaydio Gaga Breakfast with Paris and Dave’ at 7 am on Friday morning. The station will also be playing iconic moments from Gaga’s career across the day, tributes from the ‘Bad Romance’ singer’s UK fans as well as a series of features in each of the daytime shows. 

Gaydio has also launched the search for the ‘ultimate Lady Gaga song’ – an extensive hunt that will consider her classic dancefloor hits to the hidden gems of her back catalogue. And there are a plethora of eccentric pop bangers to choose from. 

Drive-time presenter, Alex Baker, will be counting down the top ten most popular Gaga songs in the lead-up to the pop icon taking to the stage in London.

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Kriss Herbert, Gaydio Network Content Manager, shares: “Lady Gaga is arguably the biggest LGBTQ+ artist of all time. Her music has been the soundtrack to many in the community with her message of self-love and acceptance.

“We needed to do something big to celebrate her return to the UK and what’s bigger than rebranding a whole radio station? Introducing Gaydio Gaga. Paws up!”

After a two-year wait, the ‘Rain On Me’ singer’s tour kicked off in Düsseldorf, Germany earlier this month with an audience of 60,000 bowing down to the gloriously theatrical show with extra-terrestrial and religious iconography and exquisite costume changes.

In Attitude’s review of the Ball, Will Stroude wrote that it was a “glorious reminder that pop auteur remains Gaga’s greatest role”. 

Tickets for Lady Gaga’s The Chromatica Ball UK stadium shows are on sale now.

The Attitude July/August issue is out now.