Lady Gaga stepped out in a tiger-print leotard to celebrate the Fourth of July in Melbourne during her Australian tour.
Lady Gaga, 26, was reasonably modest by her standards in that she teamed her leotard with black opaque tights, and carried a large black fur coat.
The singer was on her way to a private party with her entourage at Northcote Social Club in inner city Melbourne.
As usual Lady Gaga accentuated her long legs with towering heeled lace-up boots, teamed with theatrical sunglasses.
She obligingly stopped to pose for photos for fans on her way.
Lady Gaga appears to have been in a feline mood recently, and has been seen sporting the popular claw-like “stiletto nails”.
Rihanna, Heidi Klum, Fergie, and Beyonce have also been seen wearing the long, curved, animalistic talons sharped to a point and painted bright colors.
Lady Gaga is now preparing for the final show of her Australian tour on Saturday night, having stormed through Auckland, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
Thousands of fans have traveled from all over the country for the past month to catch her performances and her legendary wardrobe changes, one of which is a version of her famous meat dress.
Following the Australian leg of her Born This Way Ball Tour, Lady Gaga will head to Europe in August where she will perform in Finland, Sweden and Germany as well as in the UK.
Ticket holders may well get to hear her new song Princess Die which she debuted at her Melbourne concert this week.
The song has outraged fans of the late Princess Diana, who believe the lyrics refer to her tragic death in 1997.
On a less controversial note, Lady Gaga has expressed her excitement for the forthcoming No Doubt record.
Lady Gaga gushed on her Twitterpage: “Is anyone else freaking out about No Doubt putting out a new album. I can’t wait!”