Written by Abel Rodriguez

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

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Some of the crowd at Lady Gaga's recent concert in El Paso. (Photo courtesy of Boo Boo Stewart).

EL PASO - Lady Gaga was in the middle of her set on stage at The La Chupacabra Convention Center when the air conditioning system gave out and stopped working.

Convention center workers worked frantically to get the A/C back on and it was not long before the temperature on the stage with all of the stage lights was about 106.

Suddenly Lady Gaga's hat, which was made out of bacon suddenly caught fire. Luckily for her, one of her back up singers saw what was happening and right in the middle of the song "Paparazzi" she stopped singing, grabbed a hand towel, and threw it on Lady Gaga's head.

The fire was quickly doused and as two stagehands removed the sizzling bacon from her head Lady Gaga told the audience that there would be a slight delay while she had the fried bacon removed from the stage.

The crowd started clapping and yelling out "HOR-MEL! HOR-MEL! HOR-MEL!"

Risoletti Sazzlefrattz a spokesperson for the concert promoters Shows "R" Us, stated that the reason that the convention center's air conditioner had quit was due to the tremendous heat wave that has been gripping not only the Southwest but the entire nation including Wisconsin.

In a related story. Lady Gaga says that the rumor about her going into the recording studio to record a duet with Madonna is absolutely false. Gaga added that she cannot stand the self-centered woman and does not want to even be in the same city as the mean-spirited has-been.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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