The three NSFW pictures, two of which see GaGa getting nude, are shot by director Steven Klein who has worked with the pop star for her 'Alejandro' video and 'Fame' fragrance promo.
Earlier this week, Lady GaGa announced that she canceled plan to release "Venus" as her next single off "ARTPOP" album. She told fans that "Do What U Want", her newly-released collaboration with R. Kelly which earned rave reviews from fans, would follow up lead single "Applause".
However, GaGa didn't want to disappoint her fans. She promised to drop "Venus" as promotional single on the scheduled date. The 27-year-old pop star even said that the track would have its own music video.
Now, the Mother Monster has revealed three NSFW artworks for the new song. The images were shot by director Steven Klein, the same person behind her "Alejandro" video and "Fame" fragrance promo.
The first picture shows GaGa baring her left breast with a scorpion on her head. The second one features a bat, while the third one sees the New York native standing nude with something like a kebab in her mouth.
GaGa has also shared the snippet for "Venus". In the 40-second clip, GaGa can be heard singing, "Rocket No. 9/ Take off to the planet (to the planet)/ Venus/ Aphrodite lady, seashell bikini (garden panty)/ Venus/ Let's blast off to our new dimension (in your bedroom)," over a throbbing disco beat.
The new song will be released on Monday, October 28, while her highly anticipated album "ARTPOP" comes out on November 11.