15 April 2012, 11:23
The 'You & I' singer also posted a picture of herself on the way to rehearsals for the upcoming show.
Lady Gaga has thanked her fans in the UK for supporting her upcoming 'Born This Way Ball' world tour, after tickets for the highly anticipated show went on sale Friday (13th April).
The 'Marry The Night' singer announced the European leg of her world tour last week, which includes two dates in the UK, and admitted she felt emotional after hearing how well the show had sold after tickets became available.
"Thank you so much monsters for getting tickets to the show!" Lady Gaga tweeted this weekend. "I cried this morning when I heard the UK numbers, I can't believe it."
The 'Born This Way' singer also updated fans on her tour progress with a brand picture of herself on the way to rehearsals.
"Off to rehearsal! Running the show, my muscles hurt today. #NoPainNoGlory," Gaga added.
The 'You & I' singer's UK tour dates include a performance at London's Twickenham Arena on 8th September and a show at the Manchester Arena on 11th September.
Lady Gaga is set to officially launch her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour in Seoul, Korea on 27th April.
View a picture of Lady Gaga heading to rehearsals for her 'Born This Way Ball' tour below (Credit: Twitter):