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Gaga to give fans here first glimpse of shaved head

LADY Gaga is set to debut her newly-shaven head at her Dublin concert.

The star's Aviva Stadium gig may not be sold out yet -- but discounted tickets have are selling fast.

Eagle-eyed bargain hunters trying to catch the controversial crooner at the southside venue on Saturday night have been clamouring to nab cheaper tickets.

Living Social made the unusual move of releasing a number of passes at a lower rate of €49 for seated tickets and €69 for general admission -- which were quickly snapped up by her Irish fans. This compares with the official Tickmaster price of up to €96 for seated and €86 for standing and once news of the reduced tickets emerged, punters took advantage of the deal.


There's huge excitement ahead of her Born This Way concert, which has been described by critics as "brilliantly bonkers".

She's due to fly into Ireland tomorrow to start rehearsals and is expected to stay with her entourage in the Merrion Hotel.

She also stirred up huge speculation after registering three new song titles, indicating they will form part of her new album Artpop.

When she takes to the stage in Dublin, she's expected to dazzle with no less than 15 costume changes.