Lady Gaga has announced her first major show after her hip operation will be in London.
The 'Bad Romance' singer has chosen the Camden Roundhouse as the venue to perform her first proper show in seven months and to launch her new album Artpop, The Sun reports.
Gaga has recently got back on her feet after tearing a labrum and being told to rest by doctors.
The paper reports her Haus Of Gaga team are spending £500,000 on the production to make the show at the 3,300-capacity hall extra special.
Earlier this week, she sparked speculation over her big comeback after 'deleting' her Twitter account.
The singer sent fans into meltdown, believing it could signal she is about to launch the campaign for her third album.
Gaga is now simply an egg on the social networking site, having removed her profile picture, and her bio reads: "This interface has been shutdown temporarily. Please check back for updates.”
She has also deleted all of her tweets sent since 6 February - just before she was forced to cancel her Born This Way Ball tour due to her hip injury.
Meanwhile, the singer has filed court papers in a bid to stop 'sensitive' and 'personal' information about her life being made public, fearing that they could ruin her.
Former collaborator Wendy Starland and ex-boyfriend Rob Fusari went to court back in 2010 over who discovered the singer, and now Gaga is said to be desperate to stop the details of the case emerging.
According to TMZ she believes the informations could inflict 'professional harm'.
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