The 30-year-0ld had a bit of a pick-me-up before hitting the stage in a daring crop top
LADY Gaga gave fans an insight into her pre-show preparation last night.
The 30-year-old showed herself getting ready by being hooked up to an IV drip while someone did her make-up.
Lady Gaga flashed quite a bit as she took to the stageCredit: Facebook
The star shared a picture of herself hooked up to a dripCredit: Snap Chat
Sharing the clip on her Snapchat, she wrote: “Pre-show prep #DiveBarTour,”
The treatment certainly seemed to perk her up as it wasn’t long until she was flashing her breasts on stage at The 5 Spot venue in Nashville.
Wearing her now trademark look for her latest album, the blonde – real name Stefani Germanotta – slipped into tiny denim shorts with a grey crop top.
Gaga shared her interesting pre show routineCredit: Snap Chat
The singer was playing a dive showCredit: Snap Chat
The short top barely covered her breasts – showing her nipples were covered in thick black masking tape.
During the gig she performed four songs from her new album Joanne, including her latest one called Perfect Illusion.
Before performing the track for the first time she said: “Why these men, all these men, my dad, my boyfriends, all the men in my life gave me a million reasons.
The star wore strips of tape covering her nipplesCredit: Facebook
“But I just need one good one to stick around.”
The singer previously revealed that the track was about her ex fiancé Taylor Kinney.
Speaking to E! News about her relationship with the heartthrob – who she was with for five years until this July- she said: “I would just say that my music on my album as well as all my albums is inspired by my personal life and this one more than others.
“I have said it before – I love Taylor so much and he’s my best friend.”
The singer recently ended her engagement to Taylor KinneyCredit: Snap Chat
And the blonde beauty revealed her song Perfect Illusion, which features the line “It wasn’t love. It was a perfect illusion”, and the accompanying music video is a reflection of how she felt during their relationship together.
She explained: “This video is a performance of a song that I wrote of that moment about how I feel, but how I’m sure he’s felt sometimes, how you have felt sometimes, how other people feel in relationships, how I see my friends struggle and become just full of rage and anger as they try to figure out how to date during a time when everybody’s sort of creating these perfect illusions of themselves on the Internet and nobody really knows what’s real and what isn’t. It’s about all of that.”