Lady Gaga Dishes On Revamped Monster Ball Tour

'The show's completely different and I have some really amazing surprises,' singer says after Brit Awards on Tuesday.

While Lady Gaga’s performance at the Brit Awards
on Tuesday was a heartfelt tribute to her late friend, designer Alexander McQueen , the show served as a preview for the next phase of her Monster Ball Tour , which launches in England on February 18 before moving on to New Zealand, Australia and Japan in March. In an interview with London’s 95.8 Capital-FM on Tuesday, the singer spilled a few new details on what her fans can expect.

“The show is a musical, it’s not just a pop show, there are lines and a score — there’s a lot of music that you haven’t heard before.¬†¬†Some of it’s very old, some of it’s new, there are scores specifically for the show itself,” Gaga said. “The show’s completely different and I have some really amazing surprises, and it’s unlike anything I’ve done before.”

She also spoke a bit about the bizarre keytar that she played during the Brit Awards, which turns out to be the Haus of Gaga’s latest innovation.

“We have this new instrument that I brought to the Brits tonight, ‘Emma,’ which is what I was playing on the stage. She’s a hybrid from all these other instruments, which is quite funny to deal with,” she explained.

Earlier this month, Gaga spoke with Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS-FM show about the tour, noting its city vibe.

“It’s still called Monster Ball, but it’s more of a musical and less of a concert. It has a New York theme, it’s a story, and the story is that me and my friends are in New York and we’re going to the Monster Ball, and we get lost,” she told Seacrest.