Pushing her non-stop promotional efforts into the night, Lady Gaga turned up for an appearance at a Best Buy store in New York City on Monday night (May 23).
Scantily clad in a an all-black bondage inspired ensemble, the "Judas" singer was on-hand for the launch of her new album, Born This Way, which was released worldwide earlier in the day.
As for how Gaga managed to record new music for the album all the while being constantly touring on the road, "American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest revealed the answer on his radio show earlier today.
"She recorded most of the album in a studio — on wheels," Seacrest explained. "After her shows she’d hop into a converted bus, that had a studio in it, and record tracks all night as they rolled down the highway to her next stop, and then early in the morning, they’d pull over and she’d get out of that converted bus and onto her sleeping bus and rest as much as she could until rolling into another city for another show.”