Lady Gaga reportedly refused to perform at the Eurovision 2017 and some fans are wondering why it didn't happen. New details about the deal have been revealed. It appears everything boils down to money.
According to Unreality TV, Lady Gaga was asked to perform in Ukraine. However, it appears that things did not go well with the conversations with Gaga's group. It is being alleged that the "Million Reasons" already agreed to the performance. However, the fee reportedly lacked.
It is said that Lady Gaga demanded an amount of $100,000 to $200,000 so she will perform at Eurovision 2017. It appears that Ukraine could not afford the amount Gaga wanted. On the other hand, it is unclear if the rumors about the performance are true since Gaga has not yet responded to the reports.
There are some fans suggesting that Lady Gaga still should have performed even if the fee she asked for couldn't be given. Others are criticizing her for refusing a performance that could have lasted for only up to 15 minutes or less. It remains to be seen if Gaga will respond to the speculations.
Ukraine went on to pick Ruslana for the performance. Until now, Lady Gaga has not responded to the rumors. It appears she prefers to keep the alleged performance's details to herself for now. The producers of the show have also yet to respond to requests for a comment.
Meanwhile, new rumors surrounding Lady Gaga suggest that she will be working with Steven Klein again. Klein was the one who directed FAME. According to Idolator, there is no official confirmation to this yet. However, fans are looking forward to the collaboration of the two if it happens.
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is said to have a net worth of $275 million. Stay tuned for more news and updates on the award-winning singer.