Lady Gaga 'Wants Justin Bieber's Manager To Help Save Her Career'

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Lady Gaga reportedly wants to recruit Justin Bieber's manager to help steer her career back on track.

Scooter Braun, who has help Justin become the biggest pop star on the planet, is Gaga's number one choice, according to reports.

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Lady Gaga

After five years at the top, the singer's latest album 'Artpop' failed to shift anywhere near as many copies as her first three longplayers and her her last single 'G.U.Y.' failed to even dent the US top 40.

The 'Born This Way' singer has been on the look out for new management since parting ways with her longterm manager Troy Carter over 'creative differences' last year.

An industry source told The Sun: “If anyone can help Gaga now it’s Scooter.

“He’s one of the smartest blokes in the music industry… There are a few options for her but Scooter is one of them.

"Gaga’s next album will be make or break. At the moment she’s still to decide who will manage her.”

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Justin Bieber and his manager Scooter Braun (left) and Usher (right)

Despite the relative flop of 'Artpop', Gaga continues to sell out arenas on her current artRAVE world tour.

The tour - which kicked off in the US earlier this month - features Gaga's usual array of weird and wonderful costumes.

However, in one of the show’s less family-friendly moments the singer strips almost naked on stage for a costume change, treating fans to a glimpse of her bum before throwing on another of her outlandish costumes.

Lady Gaga's artRAVE Tour
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