Lady Gaga goes gaga over Crete
Eccentric singer Lady Gaga is setting up house on the Greek island of Crete
Eccentric singer Lady Gaga is setting up house on the Greek island of Crete.
The Poker Faced singer is building her new house reportedly worth 12.7 million euros, on land in Crete she bought last year.
Sources to the Daily Star revealed that apart from the property, the singer intends to build a palace and a church there.
"It's right on the water and appears to be floating, so anyone wanting a gander will only be able to see it if they go by boat," an insider told the newspaper.
"Besides the palace and church, the project will also include a tennis court and two pools," they explained.
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