Los Angeles: Pop sensation Lady Gaga lost out on the chance to make her big screen debut in new family movie 'The Muppets' after her cameo was cut from the final edit.
The 25-year-old 'Judas' hitmaker is a self-confessed Muppets fan and agreed to film a funny sequence in the film along with comedians Ed Helms and John Krasinski, reported MTV online.
But Gaga's first film feature dream did not materialize as director James Bobin was forced to drop a number of scenes to bring the three-hour movie down to 98 minutes.
Lady Gaga lost out on the chance to make her big screen debut in new family movie 'The Muppets'.
"Lady Gaga's big moment from the film was cut. With her entourage, including Ed Helms, Eric Stonestreet... and John Krasinski, Gaga would have gone head-to-head with Miss Piggy in a sequence," a statement read.
And Gaga wasn't the only pop star to miss out on a 'Muppets' cameo, Katy Perry's musical sequence, in which she spoofs her hit song 'I Kissed A Girl', didn't make the cut either.
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