Lady Gaga dressed conservatively as she steps out in Bucharest
Lady Gaga dressed extremely conservatively in a monochrome ensemble as she stepped out in Bucharest, Romania, yesterday.
Lady Gaga, 26, looked relatively smart compared to her usual standards as she left her hotel to attend her concert.
She hid her face behind a pair of large black sunglasses and covered her head with a matching big fedora.
Her black dress was highlighted by three white ruffled flowers in place of buttons, and lining around the edges of the outfit.
Despite her less than exciting attire, her fans were still keen to see her as they lined the street waiting for a glimpse of their idol.
Once Lady Gaga left the safety of her hotel she was surrounded by screaming crowds as she signed autographs and answered questions from the press.
The singer tweeted: “SO EXCITED to be in Romania performing at an outdoor stadium tonight ! thank you so much for all the love from downstairs, i could hear u!”
Unfortunately one fan was brutally pinned to the floor after bodyguards thought he was getting too close to the star.
Today the busy singer announced she is releasing new track, Partynauseous, next month.
The song is a collaboration between the Born This Way hitmaker and rap star Kendrick Lamar.
Lady Gaga tweeted: “I am so excited to announce that a record I’ve been working on has now become a collaboration with Kendrick Lamar for HIS ALBUM. (sic)
“Kendrick Lamar and I are dropping the record September 6. It’s called <<Partynauseous>>.”
Lady Gaga explained her part of the song is based on an incident earlier this year, when she was banned from performing in Jakarta, Indonesia, on her Born This Way Ball tour after hardline extremists in the Muslim country complained her sexy clothes and dance routines would corrupt young people.
She added: “I wrote <<PARTYNAUSEOUS>> about Jakarta, and my relationship with that country (sic). Wishing I could <<get high with the enemy>> and make peace (sic). Once @kendricklamar + I started talking about life + his forward thinking views about love + hip hop, the song became something more (sic).”