Lady Gaga has finally emerged from her social networking silence to communicate with her fans. Posting on her LittleMonsters.com website, Mother Monster wrote the following message: "It is a dangerous place where we put ART, but sacred where we make it."
The message is accompanied by a photo of Gaga crouching -- we guess her hip feels better -- while wearing black leggings, a black and white t-shirt and what appears to be an oversized black fedora. She's got a roll of tape in her hand -- the kind of tape that police use for crime scenes, except it's black and white -- and she's pulling the tape across her face to cover her eyes. The tape reads "VERSUS Versace."
What does this mean? Well, "ART" is likely a reference to Gaga's much-anticipated new album ARTPOP, which still doesn't have a release date. As for "VERSUS Versace," Gaga reportedly provided the music for a fashion show held Wednesday night in New York City that served to relaunch Versace's "VERSUS" fashion line. Gaga is good friends with Donatella Versace , as most fans know.
Someone has posted a YouTube video compiling snippets of music heard at the show that aren't part of any previously-released Gaga songs, which of course leads to speculation that the music is from ARTPOP . This wouldn't be surprising, since Gaga has used fashion shows in the past to debut snippets of her new music.
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