Making her cover debut on popular gay men's fashion, entertainment, and lifestyle publication Out Magazine, Lady GaGa takes off her clothes and appears naked for the lens. The songstress who is no stranger to wearing outrageous outfits becomes the object of photographer Ellen von Unwerth's imagination, being portrayed as "a kind of Frankenstein's bride who gets attacked by a sexy vampire and becomes one herself."
"GAGA GONE WILD," read the tagline that accompanies her cover shot which sees her sitting on what seems to be a sofa while covering her nude breasts with both of her hands and hiding her private behind her left thigh. In the photo, GaGa is seen having blood mark around her opened mouth.
In some other photographs featured inside the publication, GaGa strikes various racy poses, some of which show her being photographed with skeleton. GaGa's raunchy photos as well as her interview are all on the September issue of Out Magazine.
Most recently, Lady GaGa was reported to have been approached by PETA to pose nude for their next "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur" campaign. She hasn't addressed the matter though.