If you didn’t already know, Lady Gaga is set to play the Philippines on May 21 and 22. Christian groups have protested with marches and candle light vigils with orders to stop blasphemy, devil worship, nudity and lewd conduct. Ignoring protests by conservative Christians, up to 40,000 fans in the Catholic-majority nation snapped up tickets to watch Gaga.
12. The day before:
A Christian group holds a sign to protest against the first day of singer Lady Gaga’s concert in Manila.
They held a candle light vigil. For real.
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