Lady Gaga to Take Over MTV After Treating 'Letterman' Audience to Roseland Show (Video)
Pop diva will break into programming on MTV, MTV Hits and Logo TV with behind-the-scenes looks at her upcoming world tour.
Less than two days after Lady Gaga invited the Late Show With David Letterman to her show at Roseland Ballroom, the singer will take over MTV and Logo TV on April 4.
Throughout the entire day, Gaga will regularly break into programming on MTV, MTV Hits and Logo TV with behind-the-scenes looks at her forthcoming artRave: The ARTPOP Ball world tour.
MTV News’ Sway Calloway and Gaga will take fans backstage into dressing rooms, show off costumes and more. Gaga’s MTV Artist page (LadyGaga.MTV.com) and MTV and Logo’s social channels will have additional content.
Gaga made her debut television performance in 2008 on Logo TV’s NewNowNext Awards, performing “Just Dance.” She has won 13 MTV Video Music Awards.
Lady Gaga’s fourth studio album, ARTPOP, has sold 685,000 copies, according to Soundscan, and rose to No. 54 this week on the Billboard 200. It debuted at No. 1 in November.
On April 2, Gaga invited the Letterman audience to walk down 53rd St. to Roseland to attend her performance. Gaga, David Letterman and Bill Murray led the crowd down the street to the soon-to-shutter venue. Gaga plays the last show there on April 7.
Gaga performed her new single, “G.U.Y,” on Late Show.
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.