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10 February 2012, 07:21
The 'Marry The Night' singer is looking to continue her dominance and presence online.
Lady Gaga has announced details of her own social networking platform which will be built around her massive fan base.
The 'Bad Romance' singer's site Littlemonsters.com is currently invite only, and is said to be similar to sites like Reddit and Pinterest.
The invitation on the site currently reads: "Request an invite to be among the first to experience a new community only for Little Monsters. Because you were born this way!"
The new platform will allow the star's fans to share and create their own videos and photos and is the creation of a company called Backplane, who told social news site Mashable that their mission is to "change the world."
CEO Matt Michelsen added: "Backplane is about bringing together communities and Gaga's community just so happens to be the community we're using to learn about proper functionality."
Lady Gaga's popularity and presence on such social platforms as Twitter is remarkable with the singer yesterday (9th February) reaching the 19 million followers milestone on the site.
She has over 47 million fans on Facebook and joined Google+ earlier this year gaining immediate attention.
Meanwhile, the star recently logged onto her account to announce details of the first dates for her upcoming 'Born This Way Ball' world tour.