Lady Gaga continues her work on LG5 with super producer Mark Ronson.
The man behind "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars is lending his talents to The Countess on her forthcoming pop record.
Paparazzi caught the "Paparazzi" singer leaving Ronson's studio in London at 6 am Wed. morning alongside artist Daphne Guinness after a reported 12-hour session. If that wasn't confirmation enough, singer Lily Allen told E! News Ronson cancelled a session with her to collaborate with Gaga instead, saying "I know that Gaga's here, 'cause I was meant to be in the studio with Mark Ronson tomorrow and he canceled on me because Gaga's here."
When she's not in the studio, Gaga is focused on the fashion front.
She dazzled the British Fashion Awards on Monday, accepting the Red Carpet Designer Award on behalf of Tom Ford. "I'm here tonight to accept this on behalf of Tom," Gaga said in her speech. "I'm very happy to be here and I know that he would want me to thank the British Fashion Council, as well as his team that works so tirelessly to keep the Tom Ford Enterprise moving."
Her fashion efforts don't end there.
Gaga will not only land on the upcoming cover of V Magazine, but will act as a guest editor for it. She said in a statement:
"This issue of V is about all of these people coming together to express a passion for art and fashion, to really 'go there' to make a great statement and to change things. I feel like we all share an appetite for living a life of passion and creativity. It's like we all found our immortality through art and fashion… we share that deep spiritual place. These are people who have kept and protected me over the years, because they wanted me to survive. That's part of the message of this issue: we have to carry each other through the decades and take care of one another and honor each other's work."
"I am saying thank you to all these people for everything they've given me... I want to make sure the world knows who they are… it's a guard of people… I call them my fashion guard!"