Lady Gaga gives Victoria's Secret models a run for their money in lingerie snap

Lady Gaga is one of the performers at the highly anticipated Victoria’s Secret fashion show in Paris on Wednesday night.

But before serenading the models as they hit the runway at the French capital’s Grand Palais in a variety of teeny-tiny ensembles, the singer shared a glimpse of her own fabulous lingerie-clad figure on Instagram.

Ahead of the show, she posted the saucy snap on her social media page and wrote: “Couple bruises from dance rehearsal but love rocking this silver VS! Thank you to the Angels for treating me like family! #vsfashionshow #joanne.”

She revealed her trim figure in a white bra and matching briefs, and her collection of tattoos, as she lifted her arms and pushed up her peroxide blonde locks.

Another shot followed shortly after, of Lady Gaga getting her hair prepped before her big moment.

Lady Gaga joined stars from the fashion world on the red carpet before the prestigious showcase began.

She looked serene in a flowing black lace gown by Azzedine Alaïa.

Also on the red – well, pink – carpet were Millie Mackintosh and boyfriend Hugo Taylor of Made In Chelsea fame, supermodel Doutzen Kroes and her partner Sunnery James, and Kate Moss’s little sister Lottie.

Stars taking part in the lingerie brand’s iconic annual show include Kendall Jenner, Bella and Gigi Hadid, Victoria’s Secret Angels Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima and Irina Shayk among many others.

True to form, several of the stars shared sneak-peek glimpses from backstage at the show before doing their little turn on the catwalk.

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