Lady GaGa has continued to show her support for gay rights by performing at EuroPride in Rome, Italy over the weekend.
The 25-year old, who has previously spoken about equality at the Don't Ask, Don't Tell event last year, took to the stage at the city's Circus Maximus stadium to perform stripped-down versions of tracks Born This Way and The Edge of Glory on a piano.
As well as singing at the Italian gay rights rally, GaGa also addressed her adoring crowd, with her describing homosexual people as "revolutionaries of love" and stating that she will continue to campaign for "full equality."
According to the Associated Press, the Judas singer claimed: "We're all from the same DNA. We were just born this way. I stand here as a woman of the world and I ask governments, with you, worldwide to facilitate our dream of equality."
"Let us be revolutionaries of love and use our very strong human powers to save lives and encourage unity around the world."
GaGa then revealed that she is often asked "how gay" she is, to which she told her audience: "My answer is: 'I am a child of diversity',"
In other Lady G news, the eccentric singer has been named as the highest paid celebrity under thirty, beating the likes of Justin Bieber and Katy Perry with her estimated $90million fortune.