Lady Gaga brushes her teeth while getting touched up in between while co-star Jack Huston first appears on House of Gucci in Rome.
She recently received a large bouquet of flowers from her American partner Michael Polansky when she celebrated her 35th birthday in Rome.
And Lady Gaga was back at work when she continued to shoot scenes for Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci in Rome on Good Friday.
The singer, 35, brushed her teeth while getting touched up when she joined co-star Jack Huston, who first appeared on set since filming began last month.
To make sure she fully emulated her look, the musician cleaned her crunches and wore a daring outfit for another day of filming.
The actress, who plays Patrizia Reggiana in the movie, stood out in a patterned shirt and a chocolate-colored skirt.
Gaga stars as ‘Black Widow’ opposite her on-screen husband Adam Driver, heir to the Italian fashion empire.
The film documents Patrizia Gucci’s plot to murder her ex-husband Maurizio, in which Reggiani was found guilty of paying a £ 240,000 hitman to murder him in 1995.
In good company: The 35-year-old singer brushed her teeth while getting touched up when she joined co-star Jack Huston, who first appeared on set since filming began last month
Once the devoted actress, the musician has physically transformed for the role, dropping her signature blonde or pastel locks for a dark brown brunette look.
Patrizia was found guilty of paying a hitman € 300,000 for the murder of 46-year-old Gucci, an heir to the fashion empire.
Her husband had left her for another woman ten years earlier after telling her that he was going on a business trip from which he never returned.
The 72-year-old also wanted more than the $ 650,000 she had been offered in a divorce settlement, the court heard.
Patrizia was initially sentenced to 29 years in 1998, reduced to 26 on appeal, and released in October 2014.
Shocking: Patrizia was found guilty of paying a hitman € 300,000 (£ 240,000) for the murder of 46-year-old Gucci, an heir to the fashion empire (pictured together)
The Gucci Empire
The Gucci fashion empire was founded in 1921 by Guccio Gucci, a Florentine leather merchant whose trade in leather travel bags flourished after the Depression and World War II.
Guccio’s son Aldo expanded the business to Paris, New York and Tokyo when the family name’s ‘twin G’s’ became a global fashion icon.
In 1974, the Gucci empire had 14 stores and 46 franchise boutiques around the world.
Around the same time, celebrities like Jackie Kennedy helped establish Gucci as the world’s leading fashion brand by embracing its products.
Maurizio Gucci, Guccio’s grandson and Aldo’s cousin, took control of the company from the board of directors after Aldo, who was sent to prison in 1986 at the age of 81 for tax evasion.
Maurizio, however, would be the last member of the family to run the Gucci company.
In 1989, nearly 50 percent of the company had been bought by Investcorp, a group of investment bankers looking for stock in the company.
In 1993 Maurizio sold his stake for $ 170 million to a Bahrain-based investment company.
Maurizio was the grandson of Guccio Gucci, founder of the fashion company that became famous with its double G logo.
The film is based on the bestselling The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamor and Greed by author Sara Gay Forden.
The upcoming movie is scheduled for general release November 24.
True love: the musician recently received a large bouquet of flowers from her US-based partner Michael Polansky when she celebrated her 35th birthday in Rome