She asked the designers to create her a hat containing a “cage” filled with cockroaches

NEW YORK CITY | American artist Lady Gaga began to “appreciate” these insects when he was informed of a study that cockroaches have reacted to her plays more intensely than they did while listening to songs by other musicians,The Sun writes. “Lady Gaga was still trying to overcome the successful performance clothing with its famous meat dress – and this hat could be the thing she seeks. She names the cockroaches “my real life monsters “, after hearing the existence of that recent study. She now wants to incorporate them in a hat to be seen while stirring in a “cage” inside the hat”, said a source. 

In 2011, students at the University of New York studying mechanical movement in cockroaches had the idea to make these insects to listen to music, in order to make them move, after seeing that they didn’t responded to electrical impulses. After being “bombarded” with many songs by the rock groups Weezer and Avenged Sevenfold, finally Lady Gaga’s songs were those that “have brought” them to life.

In less than three years of career, Lady Gaga has won numerous awards including five Grammys (12 nominations), has set two world records and has sold over 23 million copies of her albums and 64 million singles. Billboard named her “Artist of the Year” in 2010 and “best-selling artist of 2010”. Lady Gaga was ranked 73 on the list of most influential people of the decade in 2000, was included in the Top 100 most influential people in the world by the Times magazine and placed on the Forbes list of the most powerful celebrities in the world. Also the editors of Forbes placed her on their 7th annual list of the most influential women in the world.

Lady Gaga is going to perform in Bucharest on August 16.

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