After two long months of filming the hotly anticipated House Of Gucci biopic, Lady Gaga has finally left Rome.
The 35-year-old singer-turned-actress has bid a tearful farewell to the Italian city where she has been on set for her lead role of Patrizia Reggiani.
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta looked as though she had been crying as she departed the hotel where she had been residing with teardrops on her face.
A lover of glamourous fashion, the Shallow hitmaker cut a casual figure on Sunday as she was pictured wearing an oversized white t-shirt and some loose-fitting beige trousers.
The songstress made sure to inject a pop of personality into the dressed-down ensemble as she donned a pair of neon pink gloves as she placed a vase of colourful flowers on the steps of the hotel for her adoring fans waiting outside.
Lady Gaga finished off her quirky outfit with a black blazer which she draped over her shoulders and a pair of patterned knee-high boots which did wonders to accentuate her legs.
The teary-eyed star allowed her natural beauty to shine through as she went makeup-free for the appearance.
Earlier this week, the Oscar-winner marked the end of filming with a poignant Instagram post showing her pounding fists with the movie’s director Ridley Scott.
“That’s a wrap, Rid,” she captioned the emotional snap.
It’s been a tumultuous couple of months for the A Star Is Born star who was holed up in Rome while her beloved French bulldogs Koji and Gustav were ‘dognapped ’ after their walker, Ryan Fischer, was shot at.
Gaga had only arrived in Rome two days prior to the horrific incident as she kicked off filming the much talk about Ridley Scott movie.
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The singer had posted a $500,000 reward for information about her stolen dogs.
Lady Gaga’s dogs were eventually brought to the Los Angeles Police Department’s Olympic Community Police Station a couple of days after the dognapping.
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