Whether you love her or loathe her, Lady Gaga certainly knows how to make headlines. The pop star, who was recently named MTV's Top Newsmaker of 2011 and voted AP's Entertainer of the Year, touched down in Tokyo Tuesday wearing a Goth-like black ensemble, which she topped off with her infamous hair bow, a look she sported two years ago! Do you think she's finally run out of wacky style ideas? Clearly, Gaga's many Japanese fans didn't care about her recycled 'do as they swarmed her at Narita International Airport. "Just arrived in Tokyo! So happy to see my Kawaii Monsters!" she tweeted.
Speaking of Twitter, earlier in the week, the 25-year-old singer's account was hacked, with the intruder posting this message: "Monsters, I'm giving away FREE iPad2's to each one of you in the spirit of the holidays :) Go to bit.ly/s5MTqM to receive one!"
While I'm sure all of Lady Gaga's more than 17 million followers would have loved to have received an iPad 2 from the "Born This Way" singer herself (according to TechCrunch, around 7,000 of her fans did indeed click on the link), if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
The pop star later confirmed the hoax herself -- via Twitter of course. "Phew. The hacking is over! And just in time, I'm on my way to Japan! So excited to spend Xmastime with my TokyoMonsters!"
In honor of the holidays, take a listen to Lady Gaga's rendition of "White Christmas," which she performed on the "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" special.