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7 March 2012, 16:47 | Updated: 7 March 2012, 16:50
The 'Marry The Night' star admitted she felt overwhelmed with the new setup.
Lady Gaga has said she felt overwhelmed after being shown the finished stage for her 'Born This Way Ball' tour.
The 'Judas' star is currently in rehearsals for the tour, which will features 110 dates, starting in South Korea in April.
Lady Gaga revealed on Twitter today (7th March) that she was introduced to the stage for the first time on Tuesday (6th March).
She said: "Last night I saw half of The Born This Way Ball stage completely built for rehearsal.
"I got the worst goosebumps, and i thought to myself.
"I have prepared for this moment since I was six, leaving for the talent show while my mother asked me why I had to wear a crop top with my side pony tail, lippystick and little halter I replied 'PUHHLEAZE mother I've been rehearsing FOR WEEKS'."
So far, Lady Gaga has confirmed she will perform dates across Asia, Australia and New Zealand, and has promised more announcements will be coming soon.
The tour will mark the first time Lady Gaga has taken her album 'Born This Way' on the road.