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21 January 2013, 09:06
The 'Bad Romance' singer is rumoured to be making an appearance at the event in Washington this week.
Lady Gaga is rumoured to be headlining a private Inauguration Ball for US President Barack Obama and staff at the White House this week.
The 'Marry The Night' singer is reported to be making an appearance at the event on Tuesday (22nd January) following the star-studded concert on Capitol Hill today, where the US leader will be publically sworn in for his second term.
Performers are set to include Beyonce, who will sing the National Anthem, Kelly Clarkson and James Taylor.
Sources "familiar with the inauguration" told the Associated Press of the 'Telephone' singer's involvement.
Gaga has been a key supporter of Barack Obama and publicly endorsed the US leader on her Twitter account in the run-up to the November elections last year.
The staff ball was headlined by rapper Jay-Z during Obama's first term as President back in 2009.
Usher and Katy Perry were among the acts who recently performed at the Kids' Inaugural concert in Washington this weekend, which honours the families of those in the military.
Meanwhile, the singer recently sat down for an exclusive Skype chat with fans over the weekend and is set to performed at the Staples Center in Los Angeles last night (20th January) on her 'Born This Way Ball' tour.