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Having recently announced plans to make it her album's fourth single, Lady Gaga has unveiled the cover art for her song "You and I".
Consisting of side-by-side photos of the Mother Monster puffing a cigarette while styled as her male alter-ego Jo Calderone, the latest radio release from Born This Way is slated for an August 23rd release date.
Enjoying her time in New York City, Lady Gaga was spotted showing some love to her fans last night (August 1).
The “Edge of Glory” songstress donned a purple top and sunglasses as she hung her body out of her car to wave at her Little Monsters after shooting a commercial for the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards.
She’s not usually known for such a domesticated gig, but today (August 1) Lady Gaga was a co-host on “The View.”
Clad in a houndstooth printed silk Ferragamo dress, houndstooth painted python pumps, and a houndstooth painted python clutch perched atop her houndstooth printed piano, the “Bad Romance” songstress seemed to be enjoying herself as she chatted with Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, and Sherri Shepherd.
She just never stops working, and Lady Gaga has officially announced that her new single from Born This Way will be “You and I.”
The “Edge of Glory” songstress announced the news during her performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” declaring, "I'm going to sing my brand-new single 'You and I.'" She also noted that the music video had already been filmed.
In the midst of a momentous night in her ultra-successful career, Lady Gaga was greeted by an impressively sizable gathering of fans as she exited the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday evening (July 28).
Clad in a bosom-baring low-cut black dress, the "Judas" singer offered a few waves to her adoring "little monsters" as she hopped into a chauffeured ride en route to ABC studios for a performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live".