Lady Gaga never fails to surprise her fans. The "Mother Monster" has left the audiences numb with her latest eccentric experiment as she took to the stage to present her latest new single "Marry The Night" at the Jingle Ball in Los Angeles.
Sporting a hospital gown and a surgical cap, the 25-year-old sang the opening lines as she was wheeled out by two medical professionals on a hospital stretcher, the Sun has reported.
In a spitting recreation of her fifth single from the second studio album "Born This Way," the "Poker Face" singer was later lifted off the bed before coming to life as she crazily jumped around the stage in her hospital gown.
The fashionista wowed her fans once again as she opted for a cleavage-flaunting corset-inspired outfit with giant shoulders and a red number teamed with vision-impairing matching eyewear.
Gaga's latest 14-minute video "Marry The Night," which debuted last week, features the star in a hospital ward who is suffering from a mental breakdown. The clip, inspired by the low she hit after she was ditched by her former record label Def Jam, shows the New Yorker stripping off in a bathroom, nakedly stuffing her face with cheerios, sticking them onto the face and taping a sanitary towel to her breasts.
Meanwhile, the "Judas" singer, full name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, appears to be working on plans for a record-breaking 450-date tour spanning two years, the Sun has reported.
Gaga aims to smash U2's record for the highest grossing and most attended tour ever by playing at venues all over the world.
"The Haus Of Gaga is taking things up a gear," a source has told the Sun.
"Gaga and her team have ambitions to match, and better, huge pop and rock acts from music history like Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones and U2.
"She is planning to kick things off in Asia and India next year and go on a gruelling world tour.
"As is always the case with Gaga, the plans came to her in her sleep. She has a target of 450 dates. It has never been done before, but she's doesn't think that's a reason not to try."