Lady Gaga’s ‘A Star is Born’ Wants Extras to Pay To Be in the Movie

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NEW YORK - MAY 23: Pop superstar Lady Gaga greets her "Little Monster" fans while leaving the View television show outside ABC Studios on May 23, 2011 in New York City. (Lukas Maverick Greyson /

Do you want to appear in a movie with Lady Gaga?

The musician tweeted out an invitation to attend a film event at the Greek Theater on May 2 and May 3 for her new movie with Bradley Cooper, A Star is Born.

The superstar tweeted an invite to all of her fans on Wednesday to attend a film event. According to a posting on the Greek Theater website, tickets are $12 per day to be a member of the audience in a scene portraying a country-western music concert.

“All you Monsters that can attend should get decked out in your most comfortable denim & boots, throw on a Stetson (leave those pink Joanne hats at home) and come out to show your support,” the website states.  

Proceeds from ticket earnings will go towards Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation. Attendees must be 18 years or older. All recording equipment including cell phones will not be permitted.

While this is pretty shocking, I must admit that fans will be able to see their favorite singer perform. That said, A Star is Born, just held an open casting call to hire background actors to appear in the movie earlier this month.

It is also important to note that in 2014, Lady Gaga’s Born This Way foundation reportedly spent more money on social media than on donations.

About A Star is Born:

The movie centers around a movie star who helps a young singer/actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his career into a downward spiral. The film stars Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliott, and Lady Gaga. Bradley Cooper will direct the feature film.