Gaga announces Vegas residency

Big day The blonde pop star 31 wrote in her captions'The rumors are true I will have my own residency in Las Vegas at MGM’s Park Theater

Big day The blonde pop star 31 wrote in her captions'The rumors are true I will have my own residency in Las Vegas at MGM’s Park Theater

Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez are among stars who had or have residency shows in the city. After a successful year, Lady Gaga has confirmed she'll headline an ongoing show in Las Vegas. Those familiar with the terms of her agreement say the run launches in the fourth quarter of next year, running for one year, and might extend into 2019. The Park Theater has welcomed big name acts such as Cher, Bruno Mars and Ricky Martin.

The chanteuse herself revealed the good news on Twitter and stated that the show will be a brand new one, created specifically for Vegas, and that surely has Gaga fans already looking for unavailable tickets years in advance. Meet me in Las Vegas!

She says she is humbled to be joining a historical line-up of performers that include Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.

See photos of Gaga making things official by announcing her residency at an event...

She also was spotted attending Lionel Ritchie's Las Vegas show at The AXIS at Planet Hollywood over the weekend. "I'll leave my heart on the stage every single night", Gaga also said in the release. LOVE YOU LITTLE MONSTERS WE DID IT, MEET ME IN Las Vegas!", she added with a new hashtag: "#LasVegasGoesGaga.

Before you watch her perform in Las Vegas, watch Gaga talk about her grandest album yet, Born This Way.

The singer is the latest musician to have a Las Vegas residency.

Gaga wrapped the second North American leg of her Joanne World Tour earlier this week and will finish the tour in Europe in January and February 2018. "Thank you to my fans for always believing in me".

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