Lady Gaga debuts new song 'Gypsy' and 'Venus' artwork pieces
Lady Gaga treated fans to a new song at a listening party last night (October 24).
As expected, the singer played through the track 'Gypsy' at an 'ARTPOP' preview show in Berlin, Germany.
The US star sat behind the piano for the song at the event, which took place at the well known club Berghain.
Gaga wore a fake moustache at the show and she uploaded a couple of photos on Instagram of herself prior to hitting the stage.
She meanwhile later released a series of cover art pictures for her new track 'Venus'. The first image sees the singer topless with a scorpion on her face and a cut under her arm.
The 'Born This Way' star followed it up with more 'Venus' pieces, including a picture of herself naked in a bathroom.
She tweeted: "'Venus' is a sequence of multiple covers shot by 'Alejandro' and 'Fame' director @SKstudly Steven Klein."
The singer added that her 'Applause' cover photo was created by Inez and Vinoodh and her racy 'Do What U Want' image was shot by Terry Richardson.
The track 'Venus' was originally meant to be the second single from 'ARTPOP' - which is due to be released on November 11 - but she seemingly pulled it in favour of the R. Kelly duet 'Do What U Want'.
Watch Gaga perform 'Gypsy' below:
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