LadyGaga is planning to include dead bodies in one of her shows.
The flamboyant singer is well known for her outrageous performances, and has previously acted out her on death on stage. She is now said to be in talks with scientist Gunther Von Hagens about ways to use his knowledge in her MonsterBall tour. Gunther is a controversial figure who is best known for his BodyWorlds exhibition which features corpses and for performing an autopsy on British television.
Gaga has reportedly approached Gunther about creating a set for her shows in Las Vegas, which will take place in March next year.
"She is fascinated by Gunther`s work and life. He grew up in Germany, a country she loves.
"He is quite a philosopher and has the kind of past she is drawn to," a source told British newspaper The Sun. "They`ve spoken over email and it`s gone well. She is keen to have some Body Worlds element in one of her shows, with Vegas being the obvious fit.
"It would be good to top this tour - which is already out there - with something nobody has done before, using dead bodies as part of a gig."
As well as his Body Worlds show, Gunther has a mail order business selling body parts.
Meanwhile,Gaga has revealed more about her inspiration in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine. The 24-year-old admits a romance with a heavy metal drummer when she was younger had a massive impact on her, saying the relationship "shaped" her.
She added the concept of motherhood has also affected her music. "I`m terrified of babies," she said. "I think, creatively, as a woman, you change once you give birth," she explains. "I`m totally not ready for that."
The star constantly worries about being a role model as she doesn`t want to be a bad example to fans. She is also concerned about sharing too much about her life, explaining there are aspects of her past she will never freely discuss.
"There are some things that are so traumatic, I don`t even fully remember them,"she said. "But I will say whole heartedly that I had the most wonderful mother and father. I was never abused. I didn`t have a bad childhood. All of the things I went through were on my own quest for an artistic journey to f**k myself up like [Andy] Warhol and [David] Bowieand Mick[Jagger]."