Making the second stop on her massive ‘Born This Way’ world tour, Lady Gaga was spotted as she arrived in Hong Kong on Saturday night (April 28) dressed in a wild purple frock seemingly made completely from strands of hair.


The 26-year-old gave her claw-raised pose to fans gathered at the airport before heading to her hotel to settle in for a weeklong stay in the Asian locale.


Earlier, in South Korea, Lady Gaga caused more controversy when officials in the capital Seoul decided that fans under the age of 18 were forbidden to attend the concert.

Protests in the South Korean capital had prompted authorities to make the gig an adults-only event. A small group of Christians staged a rally outside Seoul’s Olympic Stadium, where around 45,000 fans saw the singer perform hits like Poker Face and Judas.


The poster for Lady Gaga’s Seoul concert said it had “adult certification”

Activists in Seoul have been protesting over the concert for weeks, claiming the singer was “obscene” and could “taint” young people.A group calling itself the Civilians Network against the Lady Gaga Concert said her performance was “too homosexual and pornographic”.

Many fans who did attend the concert however got into the ‘Gaga Spirit’ and wore versions of the singer’s flamboyant costumes as they arrived at the event on Friday.