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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