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The usually incredibly flamboyant and daring pop singer Lady Gaga is making her rounds around Israel for a show, and she is very willing to respect the conservative culture of the nation, according to MTV.com. Instead of wearing her usual leotard and tights costume, Gaga showed up to a press conference at Tel Aviv in a modest leather jacket and stated that her trip in Jerusalem will be an "emotional and spiritual experience." Gaga even mentioned how she thought Jerusalem was "sacred and holy" and looked forward to swimming in the Dead Sea. Gaga is not all talk of respect, however, saying that she just might get drunk in the ancient capital.
Mail Online even caught Gaga during a visit to the Western wall, clad in black pants with a scarf on her head and a cross necklace. Tel Aviv is the last date of Lady Gaga's "Fame Ball" tour.