Little Monster mix: What do Lady Gaga's fans think of her new single?

Lady Gaga can pretty much do anything and her fans practically set the internet alight with their reactions.

So you can imagine what happened when she released her new single, Optical Illusion.

She posted a small teaser the day before the full song was released and that nearly melted the internet.

But what about the song? What are her Little Monsters saying?

Take a look:

A solid 8…

Not everyone is a fan…

Her fashion is always a talking point…

Mark Ronson, who worked on the song with Gaga, has posted this message: “Credit where credit is due.”

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The key change at the end of the song is a BIG DEAL, peeps…

It’s off the charts…

Savage Garden’s Darren Hayes is a fan…

Guys, it is seriously life-changing…

Fans have speculated whether it is about her split from Chicago Fire star Taylor Kinney … Ouch!

We have been forewarned…

Three years? It was worth it…

Now we wait for the album, and hope the internet doesn’t, well, explode, and break.

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