By GEORGINA LITTLEJOHN
Leather Gaga: The singer was snapped filming the video for her new single Marry The Night in a strapless leather play suit in Harlem last night
In her new single she sings about throwing on some leather and going out and cruising the streets of New York.
And that's exactly what Lady Gaga decided to do as she filmed the video for her new song Marry The Night.
However, even though this is a woman who is not one to shy away from adoring herself in latex, we suspect that her choice of dancing attire may leave her feeling a little sore.
Put your paws up: Gaga throws her hands in the air as she struts her stuff
The singer was snapped strutting her stuff on the streets of New York last night in a tight leather playsuit.
The energetic dance routines, reminiscent of Michael Jackson's Thriller routine, could have left the Born This Way star feeling a little bit hot and sticky even with her resistance to chafing material.
Not that she looked as though she'd broken a sweat as she joined her backing dancers in Harlem to shoot scenes for the video.
Killer heels: Gaga, sporting a cut on her knee, manages to keep her balance on her stilettos as she throws her arms out
Working it: She has admitted to not being the greatest dancer but Gaga looked more than comfortable in front of the cameras as she performed her routine
Her hair cropped short and bleached blonde, she teamed the leather playsuit with stiletto heels which she effortlessly danced on in the middle of the road.
Pouting in her blue lipstick, she was seen crouching on the floor and being lifted in the air by one of her male dancers.
Marry The Night is the fifth single from her second album Born This Way and is due for release next month.
You lift me up: Gaga throws her head back as she is hoisted into the air by her backing dancer
Meanwhile, the singer will be celebrating today after she won an injunction at London's High Court to stop animated character Lady Goo Goo from releasing a single.
The character is a baby with a long blonde fringe from the Moshi Monsters online game, which is owned by UK firm Mind Candy.
It released The Moshi Dance on YouTube - which has since been taken down - and its full release has been stopped by Gaga.
I'm here! Gaga makes her grand entrance from her limo
The injunction ruled that Mind Candy could not promote, advertise, sell, distribute or make the Moshi Dance available to the public.
It was also prevented from doing the same with 'any musical work or video which purports to be performed by a character by the name of Lady Goo Goo, or which otherwise uses the name Lady Goo Goo or any variant thereon'.
Mind Candy said in a statement the ruling was 'a huge disappointment' and added that it was 'pretty obvious that kids will be able to tell the difference between the two characters'.
Beats an umbrella! Gaga shelters from the rainy day under a huge black hat
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