Lady Gaga's hair goes "Louis Vuitton brown"
Lady Gaga is making some changes in her life in preparation for her upcoming album ARTPOP. First up: A new hair color — with dyed eyebrows to match!
Believe it or not, Lady Gaga is naturally a brunette — she's Italian, after all. However, she's spent much of the past five years or so wearing her hair in every color but her natural one.
Until now: Mother Monster opted to go back to brown hair for a while. She doesn't consider the color to be any ol' brown, though.
"Definitely feeling less blond lately and little more progressive brunette," the 25-year-old singer tweeted after making the switch. "I am LOUIS VUITTON BROWN. B***H THATS LV."
As for those who prefer her as a blonde? There's something for you, too.
"Im gonna leave one streak of bad by my left ear," she tweeted, referring to a streak of blond locks. "Lady when its down, and Gaga when its up. could we belong together?"
Gaga has another new accessory she's been carrying around everywhere: her poodle, Fozzi.
"Gaga is totally obsessed with Fozzi. She's been treating him like he's her baby," a source told the U.K. Sun. "She's been taking him to bed — and even into the bath with her."
It's not that weird — we sleep with our dogs, too. He's even getting the five-star treatment on the road.
"She's instructed for special versions of her own meals for Fozzi," a source added. "They are given to him in his personalized gold and diamante bowl."
Still, keeping the little dog around at all times hasn't endeared her to PETA — the organization blasted her last week for being a "turncoat."
"Many of your gay fans, myself among them, have long admired what you told Ellen [DeGeneres]: 'I hate fur and I don't wear fur,'" the organization's vice president, Dan Matthews, wrote in an open letter to the singer about a fur coat she's been photographed wearing, adding that it appears "that you have amnesia... What happened? Are your stylists telling you that it's fake, or are you a turncoat?"
Gaga hasn't backed down, though.
"I am choosing not to comment on whether or not the furs I purchase are faux fur-pile or real because I would think it hypocritical not to acknowledge the python, ostrich, cow hide, leather, lamb, alligator, 'kermit' and not to mention meat, that I have already worn," she wrote to her fans in a blog post. "This should already put me in a category as one who appreciates and adores the beauty of animals in fashion, but am not a strict vegan."