Lady Gaga is reportedly planning to pay tribute to late fashion designer Alexander McQueen with a performance at the BRITs
The controversial singer admitted she is still 'in shock' over McQueen's tragic suicide on Thursday as she posted a photograph of her with the fashion great on her Twitter page.
GaGa, who McQueen's publicist called the designer's 'unofficial muse', told The Sun: 'It's horrible news. He was a big influence on a lot of my outfits but far more than that he was a really lovely guy with a good heart.
'I am still in shock and I just can't believe how sad it all is.'
GaGa, who is famous for her outlandish outfits, regularly stepped out in McQueen's creations.
In 2009 at the MTV Video Music Awards, she wore a see-through red lace McQueen dress, and the first ever performance of her single Bad Romance was at the designer's Paris fashion show in October.
She also wore a pair of McQueen's infamous 12-inch heels in the video for the single.
The singer is now said to be preparing a special tribute performance of the track at the BRITs on Tuesday.
The popularity of McQueen's designs have dramatically increased following his death last week.