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15 April 2014, 20:49 | Updated: 15 April 2014, 20:54
The G.U.Y singer reflects back on the event ahead of the launch of her 'Artrave: The ARTPOP Ball' World Tour dates.
Lady Gaga has described her appearance at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball as one of her "favourite things" she has ever done here in the UK.
The 'Do What U Want' singer was chatting live to Marvin on Capital when she reflected back at her headline set at London's O2 Arena last December.
"I had so much fun doing that show, i mean it was such a wonderful memorable moment," Gaga explained. "It's one of my favourite things I've ever done in the UK," she added.
During the interview the chart-topping star also explained the meaning behind her G.U.Y music video, and revealed all about the "live art" which would be taking place during her forthcoming live shows.
The 28-year-old is currently rehearsing for her 'Artrave: The ARTPOP Ball' World Tour dates, which kick off in North America next month.
The setlist is expected to feature tracks from Gaga's latest album 'ARTPOP' which features Vodafone Big Top 40 No.1 'Applause', and R.Kelly collaboration 'Do What U Want'.
Lady Gaga's latest outing arrives here in the UK in October.