First she unveiled the meat dress and now here she is bathing in Belgian lager.
She must be trying to win over a new male audience by spitting out Stella in the bath. Then again, it's a bit of a waste.
The photos capture GaGa's most intimate moments — including half-naked yoga and spaghetti bolognese in bed.
Here she is in the main picture smiling over her shoulder riding shotgun in a car — without a hamster wheel hat in sight.
She also scrubs up in a diamond-studded leather jacket — the flipside of the cover.
Richardson trailed her over the recording period of Born This Way and up to the final shows of her Monster Ball tour, so there are plenty of snaps of her bloodied and not wearing a lot — apart from steak. Another snap shows her looking the most dressed down I've ever seen her, wearing glasses and a bandana as she eats dinner in bed.
Other photos show her exhausted, inhaling oxygen through a mask after coming off stage. In another she is being wheeled around in the famous "egg" she emerged from at The Grammys in February.
The best in the book are the ones where she is being normal, larking about with Terry and looking knackered after gigs. Most pop stars would have left half of them on the cutting room floor.
The book, published by Hodder & Stoughton, still maintains some of her eccentricities — there are no page numbers or captions.
It will set you back £35 but it's worth it. Definitely one for the coffee table.