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Last week, Lady Gaga tweeted the official photo of her perfume, called "Fame," after photos were leaked by a Canadian magazine editor.
Instead of confronting the editor, Gaga tweeted, “Looks like photos of my perfume are being leaked. Oh you fashion editors I could just crinkle my hands at you!”
As the label reads, it will be “the first ever black eau de parfum.” The color depicts the “soul of fame, but [becomes] invisible once airborne.”
While the dark color might be a surprise, the design sure isn’t. A gold monster talon is embodying an egg-shaped clear glass bottle making the black perfume visible.
Developed by Haus Laboratories in Paris, the scent features, “Tears of Belladona, crushed heart of tiger orchidea, pulverized apricot and essence of saffron and honey drops.”
There are no signs of “blood or semen” as last year’s rumored "Monster" line’s scent was going to smell like.
When a follower asked if there will be a male version, Gaga tweeted back, “My perfume was designed for women, but a lot of my gay friends wear it.”
Will "Fame" perfume be as popular as her debut album, The Fame? We’ll have to wait until it hits stores in September to find out.