Lady GaGa To Release 'The Edge Of Glory'
The 25-year old is about to unleash yet another song from her new LP...
Following the success of hit tunes Born This Way and Judas, Lady GaGa has announced plans to release new song, The Edge Of Glory, today.
Lady G, who premiered the controversial promo for Judas last week, took to Twitter to tell her followers about her new single - which is available on iTunes today ahead of her LP's release next Monday.
Speaking on the social networking site yesterday, the Poker Face hitmaker told her followers: "My song 'THE EDGE OF GLORY' will be released on iTunes tomorrow to begin the countdown to album release! You want to see #TheEdgeSingleCover? (sic)
The 25-year old added: "Out tomorrow 1pm PDT. Another shot before we kiss the other side. I'm on the edge of something final we call life."
GaGa then posted a picture of The Edge Of Glory cover artwork, showing the eccentric popstress striking a similar pose to her Born This Way single cover.
The Telephone singer appears topless in the black-and-white snap, with only her blood-red lips in colour.
In other GaGa news, the star has caused controversy again by slamming immigration laws in Arizona.
During her tour of Mexico over the weekend, Lady G stated that she doesn't agree with the harsh laws the US state imposes on immigration, telling Associated Press: "I don't stand by many of those unjust immigration laws in my country."
She went on to claim that she wrote BTW album track, Americano, to protest the laws, which were passed back in 2010.