Lady Gaga is teasing her fans with her good looks and teasing her next secret music video!
The “Rain On Me” singer shared a stunning selfie on Tuesday. Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, had very little makeup as she posed for the top-down snap. She wore a cream-colored top and let her pretty lilac hair fall freely on her exposed shoulders. Fans went gaga for Gaga’s good looks but it was her caption that piqued the interest of her hardcore fans.
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Lady Gaga stared at the camera with her piercing eyes and she described her personality in the caption of her post.
“Sour Candy—so sweet then I get a little angry. ?♀️,” she wrote.
Just the mention of “sour candy” made her followers sound off about the possibility of a new music video for her song with the same name.
“SOUR CANDY MV OMGOMGOMG,” an excited fan commented, while another said, “Omg ? Sour Candy is coming ?? I love u mom.”
“OMTGGGGG she’s comingggg ?????????,” a wishful thinking fan wrote.
Gaga has been in a selfie mood all December! Last week, she made the wishes of all her selfie thirsty fans come true with the help of a little filter fun. She showed off her fairy vibes with a fresh-faced pic in a low-cut white top and blonde pigtails.
“Have a very Fairy X-Mas ?♀️,” she wrote alongside her stunning photo.
The singer expressed the importance of spreading the love this holiday season in a later post.
“This holiday it’s so important to #bekind #loveyourself #spreadjoynotgerms #staysafe,” she said.
The amazing artist shared the latest episode of her popular vlog, “Gaga Vision.” The vlog took fans behind the scenes of the music video for her song, “911.” These BTS clips show Gaga’s real personality and show how fun she is to work with on set. The craziest part of her music videos are the costumes and the new video gives an inside look at how hard it is to get in and out of those ~~crazy~~ interesting looks.
“GAGAVISION – EPISODE 49 – THE MAKING OF ‘911’ ? Behind the scenes of the ‘911’ short film ?
Directed by @cycysanders,” she wrote on social media.
It’s important to give credit where credit is due!