Can Lady Gaga Save The Fontainebleau in Miami?
Admit it. 2010 was all about Lady Gaga and it seems only fitting that her New Year's Eve concert at Miami's Fontainebleau Resort is officially the hottest New Year's Eve party in America, according to NewYearsEve.com. Page Six reports:
Gaga, who's said to be getting about $300,000 for the show, has already sold north of $1 million in tickets on the site. Andrew Fox, the site's founder, tells us there are only a few $25,000 tables left and some general admission seats at $425. "I'm in awe of the fact that Lady Gaga will make the Fontainebleau the hottest ticket in America on New Year's Eve," he said.
We're still in awe that the Fontainbleau is charging some sort of voluntary resort fee along with some other ridiculous charges. But if you're looking to see Gaga and spend the night at the hotel, you won't have to worry about paying those stupid fees. That's because rooms are sold-out.
Now, we wonder if Gaga will have the power to help the troubled Fontainebleau financially. The hotel has been suffering lately trying to recover from it's $1 billion renovation bill. Can Lady Gaga wave her magic disco stick and make this all disappear? We wouldn't put it past her.