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Will Lady Gaga tour for two years?

Lady Gaga.
Lady Gaga. Bang ShowBiz

LADY Gaga wants to enter the record books by performing 450 shows over two years.

The controversial singer, who released her second full-length album Born This Way earlier this year, reportedly wants to smash the records for the highest grossing and most attended world tour ever undertaken.

A source told The Sun that the idea for a two-year tour came to Gaga in a dream.

"The Haus Of Gaga is taking things up a gear. She is planning to kick things off in Asia and India next year and go on a gruelling world tour," the source said.

"As is always the case with Gaga, the plans came to her in her sleep. She has a target of 450 dates. It has never been done before, but she doesn't think that's a reason not to try."

A two-year tour would likely include Australasian dates. Gaga was last here in March 2010 for two sold out shows in Auckland.

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