Lady Gaga Holds Onto Coconut As She Goes Topless To Greet Fans On Hotel Balcony

8 November 2012, 16:12

The 'Marry The Night' singer was seen waving to the crowds in Rio as she continues her 'Born This Way Ball' tour.

Lady Gaga was seen clinging onto a coconut as she attempted to cover up her exposed chest on her hotel balcony in Rio yesterday (7th November).

The 'Bad Romance' star stepped out to greet her fans after she arrived in Brazil on the latest leg of her 'Born This Way Ball' tour.

The US star will take to the stage at the Parque dos Atletas in Rio on her short stay in the South American city and was seen relaxing with friends on a day off from the jaunt.

She was earlier seen on her balcony wearing a turquoise bikini and colourful long skirt as she waved to the hundreds of waiting fans outside.

After walking around semi-naked she then went back out onto the balcony in a denim shirt to meet even more of her screaming fans.

You can view a picture of Lady Gaga waving to her fans from her hotel balcony below: (Picture: Splash)

The 'You & I' star flaunted her figure from her hotel vantage point after spending much of the summer taking criticism over her weight gain.

Meanwhile, following the singer's show in Columbia this week, the singer was greeted with the news that Barack Obama had won the US Presidential election. 

You can view a picture of Lady Gaga going topless on her hotel balcony: (Picture: Splash)

Gaga has been a keen supporting of the American leader throughout his re-election campaign and full of praise for Barack after the result.

She has also donated $1 million to the American Red Cross to help victims of the recent Hurricane which hit the East Coast.

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