Animal rights protesters will target Lady Gaga in Ireland
'Bad Romance' sensation Lady Gaga is set to perform a concert in Dublin on September 15, but animal rights protesters have revealed they plan to demonstrate outside of the venue.
Gaga will rock the Aviva Stadium on Saturday night although officials at Animal Rights Action Network (Aran) have vowed to make a stand against her after she's been photographed wearing different fur-based outfits recently.
A spokesperson from Aran said: "Every animal killed for a fur coat or fur-trimmed item suffers tremendously... Lady Gaga should be ashamed to be wearing the skin of the dead, tormented animals she paid someone to kill for a dumb look."
She has also angered PETA over the past few weeks following her appearances in fox stoles and pink mink coats, but told her fans: "You see a carcass, I see a museum pièce de résistance."
Watch Gaga perform 'Princess Die' during her London date of the Born This Way Ball here:
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