Madam Toussard's have simultaneously unveiled their latest Waxwork at all six of their exhibits in London, Tokyo, New York, Madrid, Paris and Blackpool.
Each one has been dressed differently, with weird and wacky hats and an array of excellent quality copies of some of the Gaga's dresses. Unfortunately Tussauds dressed the Blackpool waxwork in an exact replica of Stephanie's meat dress.
"It was carnage," said Blackpool's Tussauds manager, Daley Drinkwater. "We had to put the exhibition on hold across the world."
The problems started as the waxwork was brought into the building from the storage truck outside, attracting the attention of a pack of feral dogs in the neighbourhood, which raced into Tussauds knocking over waxworks and savaging the dress worn by the Gaga waxwork. The waxwork itself was left broken and scarred by teeth marks.
"The dress was ruined," said Drinkwater. "Headquarters had spent thousands on reproducing that dress using the finest meats. Now we're having to use an ordinary dress."
Because the unveiling was simultaneous world wide, and Lady Gaga herself was in New York, there were a lot of angry people.
Via satellite link, Lady Gaga gave an indication of her feelings. "I loathe Blackpool," she said. "It's full of idiots. What kind of moron puts a real meat dress on a dummy that's going to stood around for ages? And why not put the dress on when the waxwork is in place? Do I have to think for these imbeciles too?"
The chief designer of the waxwork, who doesn't even know where Blackpool is, was unavailable for comment. Apparently, he had luncheon meat sandwiches for dinner with the left overs though.