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11 July 2012, 13:15
The 'Born This Way' star has released a new website dedicated to letting her fans talk and interact with each other.
Lady Gaga has launched her own social networking website this week aimed at letting her fans interact and communicate about everything from Gaga herself to issues like bullying and sexuality.
LittleMonsters.com launched yesterday (10th July) to the public, after first being opened as a private beta earlier this year, and fans of the 'Marry The Night' singer can sign in using either their Twitter, Facebook or email address.
Fans will be able to set up a profile and 'fan' other people on the set, enter chat rooms based around certain topics, post their favourite pictures or fan art of Gaga, and get a direct line to the latest Lady Gaga news.
Lady Gaga has one of the biggest fan communities in the industry and is the most followed person on Twitter right now, with almost 27 million followers on the popular website.
View a picture of Lady Gaga performing on her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour this year below (Credit: Getty):
The 'You & I' star arrived back in the US this week after wrapping the latest leg of her 'Born This Way Ball' world tour in Australia over the weekend, and was pictured dining out in Beverly Hills last night in an eye-catching bondage style outfit at Mr Chows' restaurant.
Lady Gaga resumes her 'Born This Way Ball' tour in Europe next month starting in Sofia, Bulgaria on 14th August.