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Lady Gaga stars in Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2016 collection video


Lady Gaga is looking absolutely fierce and fabulous as she hits the runway in the promo video for Tom Ford's Spring/Summer 2016 womenswear collection, set to Mother Monster's cover of Chic's '70s classic "I Want Your Love." I wonder if this is an indication of what her next album will sound like. I mean, it's not like Gaga hasn't put out disco-inspired songs in the past, but I'm not sure how I feel about a full-on disco album.

I must say it makes me really happy that 2015 has been such a great year for Gaga—her engagement to Taylor Kinney, her brilliant Sound of Music tribute at the Oscars, scoring a lead role in the upcoming season of American Horror Story, and being named Billboard's Woman of the Year. Speaking of, don't forget to catch the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel next Wednesday, October 7 on FX! Watch the trailer below.



Edit: There's another teaser that prominently features Lady Godga.

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  1. I'm really happy for her as well, dude. She seems like she's had a banner year, and "American Horror Story" looks fantastic. <3

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