Lady Gaga has never been a prude and her Sunday selfie on Instagram proved it even further. She wore her hair in pink and flashed major underboobs, making her fans feel pretty hot. Posted on Sunday, her latest selfie has already been liked by close to two million fans. With a black top that showed off considerable underboob, Instagram fans and followers were bowled over by the sheer heat the pic exuded and that sultry come-hither expression that Gaga looked at the camera with.
Lady Gaga titled the pic “I hear the thunder coming down ⛈”, which is part of the lyrics of Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s latest song “Rain On Me”, out on Amazon music. Both the singers croon, “I hear the thunder comin’ down / Won’t you rain on me?” Fans of Lady Gaga on Instagram begged her to rain on them, and wrote in, “Uhhh I feel the temperature getting hotter and hotter!” while another comment was, “this is ILLEGAL to be this pretty”. Is it?
Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande‘s latest collaboration “Rain On Me” is climbing the charts, although Ariana has been on a collaboration roll for a while now. Her recent song with Justin Bieber “Stuck With U” was released on May 8 and became the top track though Tekashi 6ix9ine accused Billboard of cheating. In 2019, Grande also worked with soundtrack single for “Charlie’s Angels” with Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey for “Charlie’s Angels” soundtrack song, “Don’t Call Me Angel” that has millions of views already.
It has taken Lady Gaga time to come out of her past traumas too, and she feels that “Chromatica” has been a major healing process for her. She wants to extend this healing to the whole world as well, “If you’re listening to this album and you’re suffering in any type of way, just know that that suffering within itself is a sign of your humanity and you are not broken. You are connected to the whole world and we are one giant body. We are one full entity…” So here, let’s heal with “Rain On Me”.
Gaga also mentioned to Variety recently, how working with Ariana and “mentoring” her helped Gaga heal herself from past hurts and trauma. She said, “very healing process for me too, not necessarily having a female artist that mentored me as I came up. And being able to be with her and hold her and be like, ‘Anything that you feel chains you, any pop cultural construct that you feel you have to live up to, I’d you to please forget about it and be yourself.’”