Lady Gaga wants to open a museum in tribute to Michael Jackson

Lady Gaga has revealed that she wants to open a museum dedicated to garments used by Michael Jackson. In late 2012, the Mother Monster has acquired the auction house "Julien's Auctions" in Beverly Hills, 55 pieces used by the King of Pop.

Altogether, the artist will exhibit £ 4 million worth of items that belonged to the pop legend. Among the collection acquired by Gaga is famous jacket that Michael used in the video for "Thriller" in 1983, and the costume used in "Scream" video, the white gloves, crystals and many other pieces.

According to the newspaper “The Mirror”, the singer is looking for the support of Michael’s family to develop the project and the location for the museum.

After opening the museum, Gaga plans to donate the money collected to charities. "I'll build a museum and donate all the money to a charity that Michael supported. That’s why I bought the clothes because Michael was the clothing of my tours, my awards, albums mean more to me than anything else, believe these materials carries a lot of energy," she said.