Lady Gaga is taking another step down a road previously paved by Madonna. It was announced today that famed photographer Terry Richardson is putting together more than 350 photos taken of the Grammy Award winning singer since the Lolapalooza festival last August and the final "Monster Ball" shows on the tour this year.
Lady Gaga gave Richardson permission back in 2010 to shoot her in a myriad of situations.
The photos are being compiled into a book which showcases Lady Gaga's life on the tour road and in her recording studio. The book about the 25 year old pop star is being published by Grand Central Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Group.
Lady Gaga's Famous Hair
While it certainly will be interesting to see the Monster queen on the road, it will be even more interesting to see how her hair looks in the various photos captured by Richardson who is a phenomenal photographer. Lady Gaga is almost as famous for her constantly changing hair color, style, length and wigs as she is for her costumes, shoes, accessories.
The book, which will have a foreword from the 25-year-old singer, will be published on November 22nd just in time for Christmas shoppers to snap up for gifts.
Lady Gaga's Book Versus Madonna's
While the book is expected to showcase some interesting shots of the controversial Mother Monster, most Lady Gaga watchers are not expecting the book to be anywhere near as shocking or controversial as the Material Girl's was back in the early 1990s.
Will Madonna cry foul like Christina Aguilera has been doing lately about Lady Gaga's stage act, costumes and performances? Probably not. Doesn't seem like Madge's style.
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