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Will Lady Gaga tour for two years?

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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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