Lady Gaga’s Perfume Leaked
Weeks after Lady Gaga announced her intentions to produce a new fragrance a photo of her perfume was leaked on the Internet spoiling all the surprise. The singer eventually decided to tell her fans all the details about the new perfume, says People magazine.
Many zeros were added to the singer’s bank account since she began concerting across the world during the “Born This Way” tour. Naturally, this called for an investment, so Lady Gaga announced that she will launch a new line of fragrances for her little “baby monsters”, as she likes to call her fans.
The first declaration that the interpreter made in relation to the perfume sent some shivers down our spines, but luckily a photo was leaked on the Internet and we were thus able to come out from under our beds. Lady Gaga initially declared that the fragrance will be called “Monster” and the smell will have a “sense of blood and semen from molecular structures”. The recent image, however, displays a perfume bottle called “Fame” and an elegantly shaped package.
The leaked pic constrained Gaga to use her Twitter account and let fans know everything about the fragrance. She explained that the bottle contains notes of orchid, belladonna, apricot, saffron and honey drops. The description on the bottle was, nevertheless, rendered more poetic to mirror the artist’s style: “tears of belladonna, crushed heart of tiger orchidea with a black veil of incense, pulverized apricot and the combinative essences of saffron and honey drops”.
The 26-year-old pop star claims her perfume is unique due to its color. Gaga wanted her fragrance to be black without leaving any spots on the skin; therefore, the black liquid turns invisible as soon as it is pulverized. The dark shade of the fluid is meant to symbolize the black soul of fame, according to the singer.
The fragrance is designed for women, but men could wear it, too, in Gaga’s opinion. She wrote on her Twitter account that she is convinced her gay friends will be among the first persons to wear the perfume.