Lady Gaga wows in a glamorous grey gown as she poses for sizzling social media snaps

Lady Gaga wows in a glamorous grey gown as she poses for sizzling social media snaps

Lady Gaga put on a glamorous display as she posed for a slew of sizzling Instagram snaps on Monday.

The singer, 37, who recently kicked off a new run of her Jazz & Piano Las Vegas residency, dressed to impress in a shimmering grey strapless gown by Christian Siriano.

She accessorised with a silver bracelet and matching earrings, while her blonde locks were swept back in a ponytail.

Sharing the snaps with her 56million followers, Lady Gaga wrote: ‘I can’t give you anything but love Sarah Vaughan style (look it up) thank you for a SOLD OUT WEEK Mama’s feet hurt’

It comes after Lady Gaga looked incredible in a bold makeup look as she modelled her latest clothing collection with Cotton On for their joint mental health campaign.

Stunning: Lady Gaga put on a glamorous display in a shimmering grey strapless gown as she posed for a slew of sizzling Instagram snaps on Monday

Stylish: The singer, 37, accessorised with a silver bracelet and matching earrings, while her blonde locks were swept back in a ponytail

Stylish: The singer, 37, accessorised with a silver bracelet and matching earrings, while her blonde locks were swept back in a ponytail

The singer caught the eye in bright yellow eyeshadow, with her platinum blonde hair styled into beachy waves for the stunning photoshoot.

After launching a range of limited-edition products with the Australian brand on Friday, Lady Gaga flashed her midriff in a graphic printed crop top.

She teamed the piece with a pair of jeans and a cap before layering over a denim jacket with a ‘Kinder, Braver, Together’ slogan across the back.

To complete her outfit, the songwriter accessorised with layers of chunky silver necklaces and hoop earrings.

Lady Gaga launch the Born This Way Foundation with her mum Cynthia Bissett Germanotta in 2012, all of the profits from the collection will go to the charity.

She said: ‘We’re honoured to partner with Cotton On Foundation for our first global campaign amplifying our mission to build a kinder, braver world together.

‘We are constantly working to uplift the stories of young people worldwide, and through this partnership, we invite everyone to practice kindness and learn how to better support one another.

‘Our research tells us that kindness is one way we can support each others’ mental health.’

The two organisations came together to create a range of limited-edition products available from September 1 to October 10.

Cotton On will donate all of the net proceeds to the Born This Way Foundation, making the brand one of the biggest corporate contributors to global youth mental health resources and support in 2023.

Lady Gaga’s mum and co-owner Cynthia said: ‘We are grateful for the support of Cotton On Foundation and the opportunity to expand our collective impact worldwide.

Sharing the snaps with her 56million followers, Lady Gaga wrote: 'I can’t give you anything but love Sarah Vaughan style (look it up) thank you for a SOLD OUT WEEK Mama’s feet hurt'

Sharing the snaps with her 56million followers, Lady Gaga wrote: ‘I can’t give you anything but love Sarah Vaughan style (look it up) thank you for a SOLD OUT WEEK Mama’s feet hurt’

Stunning: It comes after Lady Gaga looked incredible in a bold makeup look as she modelled her latest clothing collection with Cotton On for their joint mental health campaign on Friday

Stunning: It comes after Lady Gaga looked incredible in a bold makeup look as she modelled her latest clothing collection with Cotton On for their joint mental health campaign on Friday

‘Every day, we witness young people around the world leading and transforming the discussion around mental health and calling for increased resources to support themselves, their peers, and their communities.’

‘We hope this partnership will accelerate the delivery of tangible resources, skills, and grassroots support necessary to build kinder, braver communities that value and improve mental health.’

Peter Johnson, CEO of Cotton On added: ‘Cotton On’s purpose is to make a positive difference in people’s lives, and it is partnerships like this that will deliver significant impact on a global scale.

‘Recently, our team and customers told us that mental health was increasingly important to them and our foundation set out with the commitment to help 10 million people gain access to mental health services.

‘Born This Way Foundation, an organisation that shares our values, is a critical partner in making this goal a reality.’

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