Peep this shot off Lady GaGa, endorsing Blackberry by way of this intimate photograph.
Sans make up and sporting her now trademark blonde look, the snap comes days after she was named an ‘Outstanding Music Artist’ by GLAAD for her support of contemporary equal rights movements.
Here’s to hoping that like this picture, GaGa goes back to basics with album #4.
For, as much as we loved her ‘Born This Way‘ era, it lacked the fun and excitement ‘The Fame/ The Fame Monster‘ garnered, with far less effort.
Indeed, while it hasn’t sold what many believed it would (5 million copies worldwide a of January) there is the potential to revitalize interest in the LP with her upcoming tour, which is looking to be her grandest yet.
Either way, whatever she chooses to do next, GaGa is- and will remain- the most groundbreaking newbie to debut within the last decade.
Because while Katy Perry‘s success routes only in #1 singles and Rihanna struggles to shift music and units worthy of her hype, Lady GaGa’s impact on Pop is parallel to none- not even Adele.