Lady Gaga paints leather jacket in Japan

Lady Gaga's ARTPOP jacket.
Lady Gaga's ARTPOP jacket.

LADY Gaga was asked to paint a leather jacket in Japan.

The 'Do What U Want' hitmaker is currently in Tokyo promoting her new album 'ARTPOP', but she took some time away from her busy schedule today (02.12.13) to view the sights, before being asked to write the name of her new studio LP on the back of a coat.

She took to Twitter to share a photograph of her graffiti-like artwork, which was accompanied with the caption: "Rolled around Tokyo today, made it to my favorite shop. They asked me to paint a leather (an epic pastime of mine) (sic)"

Meanwhile, the outrageous singer gave her Japanese fans a fright yesterday (01.13.13) when she stepped out at a press conference and posed alongside a number of life-sized silicone dolls, which she named the Gagadolls.

A source told the MailOnline: "It's [the Gagadolls are] currently purely promotional, and is still to be confirmed on whether it will be available to buy."

Gaga, 27, also had her photograph taken with a Hello Kitty doll, which is being sold at auction to raise funds for the north coast of Japan after it was hit by a tsunami in 2011.

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