Gaga unveiled the latest artist slated to appear on her upcoming special edition album in the form of Minogue's cover of "Marry the Night", which dropped on Friday morning (11Jun21).
The Australian pop veteran joins the likes of Big Freedia and Orville Peck on the reimagined album, which is due out on 25 June (21).
Big Freedia and Gaga's new take on "Judas" is out now and the new album will also feature revamped versions of "Highway Unicorn", "You & I", "The Edge of Glory", and the album's title track, which has been given a country music spin by Peck.
To mark the 10th anniversary of GaGa's 2011 self-acceptance anthem, West Hollywood Mayor Lindsey P. Horvath declared May 23 "Born This Way Day". The star was also was awarded with a key to the city.
Additionally, the Mayor unveiled a street painting featuring the album and the song title as a pride flag on Robertson Boulevard, right outside the legendary Los Angeles gay bar The Abbey. In a statement, the Mayor told GaGa, "Thank you for encouraging us to love ourselves and be proud!"
Meanwhile, the star said, "Thank you for this key. You've been the motherf**king key to my heart for the long time. I'll honour this, I'll cherish this and I promise that I'll always be here for this day. To be here for this day, to celebrate with you, to feel joy with you, to cry with you, to laugh with you."