New Delhi: She claims to have been "dying" to come and perform in India, and now that she will finally take centrestage at the F1 after-party on Sunday, international pop star Lady Gaga says fans will get a taste of her modern touch but with an Indian influence.
"I want to surprise you all...I've been working with the House of Gaga for a month now to make it beautiful. There will be some Indian influence (in my performance), but I have modernised it in my way. It will be a hybrid between my vision and the vision in India," Gaga told reporters here Friday.
The singer, who has made it big in the international music scene with her albums "The Fame" (2008), "The Fame Monster" (2009) and "Born This Way" (2011), is looking forward to the D-day.
The F1 after-parties, to be held as part of the Airtel Grand Prix of India, will take place at a special, 20,000 sq ft construction at the Jaypee Greens Golf and Spa Resort in Greater Noida. They are being hosted by lounge bar Lap, co-owned by actor Arjun Rampal and restaurateur ADSingh.
Gaga has special plans for her India gig.
"I worked very hard. I have built a special stage for this show - it is unique for India...it has never been done anywhere else in the world, and I will be incorporating also, the collaborations with some of the Indian DJs into the performance. It will be shown on television here in India. And as I said, I have been working very hard on this, and I have been dying to come here and perform. I am excited about it," she added.
Gaga, who was dressed in a simple, multi-coloured, one-shoulder, full-length gown, with a tricoloured bouffant, has also promised her fans "a couple of surprises".
Her show is totally sold out, despite a whopping ticket price of Rs 40,000. But those who will miss the joy of watching the pop star live, can catch the action on UTV Stars in November.