We've all heard of Valentine's Day, Father's Day, Mother's Day, Friendship Day, but now we can also celebrate a Lady Gaga Day named after controversial singer. Read on to know more.
Government officials in Taiwan have declared July 3 as Lady Gaga Day in honour of the star's highly-anticipated performance in Taichung, reports dailystar.co.uk.
Gaga, best known for her bizarre dressing, will be handed the keys to the city to mark her first visit to the island nation.
The streets of Taichung will be decorated with flags featuring the pop star's photograph, and a creativity contest will be held for fans to show off designs inspired by her.The "Poker face" singer will play to 4,000 fans in Taichung as part of a five-day promotional tour of Taiwan.