Lady Gaga looks cheerful as she puts on an animated screening to film scenes as ‘black widow’ Patrizia Reggiani on the set of House Of Gucci
She has worked hard on filming House Of Gucci in Milan.
And Lady Gaga looked cheerful as she spent another day on set in her role of ‘Black Widow’ Patrizia Reggiani.
The 35-year-old singer, gesturing wildly and with a smile, seemed to be in her element chatting with crew members.
Remarkable: she worked hard on filming House Of Gucci in Milan. And Lady Gaga looked cheerful as she spent another day on set in her role of ‘Black Widow’ Patrizia Reggiani
Gaga’s costume was a much more muted ensemble than some of the looks she’d worn during filming.
The Born This Way hitmaker looked sensational in a little black dress and matching jacket with shoulder pads.
She imitated Patrizia’s signature glitzy style and featured chunky gold earrings, necklace, stack of bracelets and countless rings.
The look was completed by styling her freshly dyed brunette locks into tight curls.
Loving life: Gesturing wildly and cracking a smile, the 35-year-old singer seemed in her element talking to the crew members
While Gaga was only seen on set, she filmed many scenes with her on-screen husband Adam Driver, who plays Maurizio Gucci, heir to the Italian fashion empire.
The film documents Patrizia Reggiani 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.
Reggiani gave her estranged husband a hit after Gucci left her for another woman 10 years earlier, telling her he was going on a business trip from which he never returned.
Low-key Look: Gaga’s costume was a much more muted ensemble than some of the looks she wore during filming
During the murder trial, which had grounded Italy, Reggiani arrived every day in Gucci clothes and accessories from head to toe.
Reggiani was initially sentenced to 29 years in 1998, reduced to 26 years on appeal. She was serving 18 before being released in October 2014.
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.
Glitz: She mimics Patrizia’s signature glitzy style, accessorized with chunky gold earrings, chain, stack of bracelets and countless rings