The New York Mets ‘Deeply Regret’ Giving Jerry Seinfeld’s Citi Field Seat to Lady Gaga


Sometimes it seems like Lady Gaga can't go anywhere without getting a ton of attention. Oh, c'mon, what are all these photographers here for? She's just, you know, wearing an enormous beekeeper hat to her sister's graduation ceremony (an accessory that was obviously meant to detract attention), and showing up at public sporting events in a studded bra and panties. What's all the fuss about? In any case, the latest GagaGate continues: After the singer grew upset with all the attention she was inexplicably receiving at Thursday's Mets game (where, clad in nothing but her stylish undergarments, she made out with women and flipped off photographers), the Mets reseated her in Jerry Seinfeld's more discreet, unoccupied Citi Field box seats. Now the team wishes it hadn't ceded to Gaga's neediness: "We deeply regret that Jerry Seinfeld has been associated with this matter and have apologized to him,” the Mets told gossip website Radar Online. (Why, exactly?) For her part, Gaga tweeted: "A middle finger is more New York than a corporate ambush. I bleed for my hometown, and I'd die for my fans." She later added: "I guess I'm just a Bronx cheer kind of girl." [Jezebel, Gothamist]

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