By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Chatterbox: Lady Gaga during her visit to Sirius Studios in New York today
Her face may have been obscured by black lace, save for her eyes and mouth, but Lady Gaga revealed much today during radio broadcasts
The 25-year-old donned the particularly outre, even for her, ensemble for a visit to the Sirius Radio Studios in New York.
Later, as she continued to go from show to show, Gaga changed into PVC thigh boots, upper body catsuit and captain's hat.
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That wasn't sufficient for the queen of the costume change, so she bowed out by stepping it down a notch with an almost elegant ensemble for the last portion of her visit.
Her outfit in this instance seemed to be centred around her $9,000 quilted Chanel handbag, and was in marked contrast with her earlier choices.
Her lace fan survived each change, however.
If all these try-hard outfits smack of artifice to you, however, Gaga had a message to send in your direction on the Howard Stern show.
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The singer was at pains to point out that what you see is the real her.
When asked what her closest friends call the Bad Romance star, who was born Stefani Germanotta, she revealed: 'Even my parents call me Gaga, especially when they're mad at me.'
Gaga also opened up about her life before she hit the big time, and told of waitress jobs and turning to drugs.
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She issued a warning to her fans: 'To any little sweethearts that are listening ... don't touch [cocaine], it's the devil.'
But she refused to be pigeon holed into a traditional romance with her beau, Luc Carl, who accompanied her to the studios.
She told Stern: 'My first love is music. I got laid last night, the guys who are here are my best friends in the whole world. You're talking about Luc Carl, he's been my best friend since I was 19.'
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