The Bad Romance hitmaker ripped up the fashion rule book and opted to tease both her ample bust and pert posterior as she rocked two takes on almost identical outfits.
The 30-year-old singer is currently in the UK promoting her brand new single, Perfect Illusion, and has been raising some eyebrows with her wardrobe choices.
The American Horror Story: Hotel actress kicked off her evening of fun by performing a surprise gig at London’s Moth Club in a daring look, comprised of cut-away metallic hot pants and a grey crop top.
The tiny top left little to the imagination as it not only allowed Gaga to flaunt her midriff but also a serious amount of under-boob as she cavorted along the street.
While the outfit might have left most feeling a little self-conscious, the Poker Face songstress looked the picture of confidence as she made her way into the venue in the skimpy look.
After her performance, Gaga – real name Stefani Germanotta – sizzled in a black cropped T-shirt and another pair of cut-away shorts, though this time the teeny numbers were black and emblazoned with her stage name, ‘Gaga’.
“I needed a moment to stabilise,” she told the Daily Mirror of her meteoric rise to fame. “When my career took off, I don’t remember anything. It’s like I’m traumatised. I needed time to recalibrate my soul.
The chart-topper – who split with fiancé Taylor Kinney in February – went on to admit that while her fame is “the single greatest blessing of my artistic career”, she takes medication to help keep control of herself.
“I’m not saying I feel good because of the medication – I wouldn’t encourage young people to take anti-depressants or mood stabilisers. I admit to having battle depression and anxiety and I think a lot of people do,” she added.
Meanwhile, fans are eagerly awaiting the release of Gaga’s as-yet-unnamed album after the star offered listeners a taste of what to expect in the shape of her new single.
“It is about love; of course it is,” she said of her new track to The Sun, which features the lyrics: “It wasn’t love, it wasn’t love, it was a perfect illusion.”