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16 May 2012, 10:10 | Updated: 16 May 2012, 10:12
The production company behind the threatened show have promised fans they are trying to get the go ahead.
The organisers of Lady Gaga's upcoming gig in Indonesia, which has been denied a permit by police, have vowed to save the show.
The concert, scheduled to take place on 3rd June, forms part of the star's 'Born This Way Ball' tour.
Earlier this week, police denied the show a permit and Islamic hardliners threatened "chaos" if the gig went ahead.
In a message on Twitter, Production company Big Daddy said it was "fighting" to save the show after already selling more than 50,000 tickets.
"Little monsters, be patient please. We will keep you updated. We are still fighting," the company wrote on Twitter.
The continued uncertainty about the gig came as Lady Gaga left Tokyo following the Japanese leg of her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour.
Check out a photo of Lady Gaga in Japan below (picture: WENN):
The singer showcased her new fox-coloured hair as she walked through Narita Airport.
Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way Ball' tour is due to arrive in the United Kingdom in September when the star will perform two dates at London's Twickenham Stadium.