She cemented her gay icon status by releasing Born This Way in 2011.
And Lady Gaga showed support for her LGBTQ fan base as she was spotted participating in the annual New York City Pride March on Sunday.
The 32-year-old superstar sported rainbow designed eye shadow and matching rainbow denim as she surprised the crowds dancing on top of a car.
And she captioned her Instagram snaps: ‘I love the lgbtq community more than I can say. So I’ll sing it instead. Forever. And that’s a NY promise. One love!❤#equality’
She also posted a video of herself dancing with the crowds as she wrote: ‘#Pride Dance for your life. #equality.’
The Bad Romance singer kept her trademark platinum locks long and loose as they cascaded down her back.
Multi-colored fasteners ran down the length of her pant legs as she sported matching rainbow colored bracelets.
She posted a plethora of pics where she posed with adoring fans alongside the parade route.
And the Oscar winner stopped in at a local bar and posed behind a flag that read ‘Born This Way’ in rainbow colored letters.
Meanwhile, Gaga has been busy jaunting around the Big Apple recently in a variety of eye-popping ensembles with her fiance Christian Carino.
It’s been two years since the singer/actress released her multi-platinum album Joanne in 2016.
And Gaga fans will get the see the starlet’s first leading role in a motion picture later this year when A Star Is Born arrives in theaters October 5 2018.
In his directorial debut, Bradley Cooper will also co-star alongside Gaga in the fourth remake of the film that has had Judy Garland and Barbara Streisand take their turn as the lead actress.