Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Lady Gaga Made Honorary Citizen Of Sydney, Australia

The U.S. pop star Lady Gaga was declared Tuesday "honorary citizen" of the Australian city of Sydney, in recognition of his "unconditional support" gay rights.

The eccentric singer has received this honor during his visit to Sydney, during which she will officially only one concert on Wednesday night, reserved a thousand privileged to City Hall in Sydney.

"Lady Gaga has been strong support for the gay and lesbian community in Sydney, and we want to reward people who share the spirit and ideals of our city: that of" Honorary Citizen of Sydney ", a said the Mayor, Clover Moore.

She said the city wanted to pay tribute to the artist who "has used his fame to draw attention to the prejudice suffered by the gays and lesbians."

Sydney hosts the famous annual Mardi Gras gay pride and ranks among the cities most advanced in terms of defending the rights of homosexuals.

Clover Moore, however, stressed that under national law, homosexual couples in the city still could not get married.

"The law must change. Every Australian who wants to show its commitment to the person he loves is to do it," she said.

Monday night, invited a television show, Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, has questioned the Labour Prime Minister Julia Gillard to be legalized gay marriage.

"I ask you all to mobilize to the Prime Minister can hear you scream all you want to be equal," said the singer, known for its wacky costumes.

Monday night, Lady Gaga made a surprise appearance at a nightclub in Sydney, which are pressed thousands of fans, most n'obt able to enter the facility.

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