On Friday she was in New York to celebrate the Supreme Court same sex marriage ruling.
And Lady Gaga kept the party going on Sunday at the Chicago Pride Parade as she made a stop in town for two live shows.
The 29-year-old singer shared two Instagram images of herself exposing her stomach and bra with the words ‘gay pride’ written on her body.
Both photos show the Born This Way singer on the balcony of her apartment, overlooking the parade below.
The singer wears a camo jacket, army green pants with suspenders and a pair of round sunglasses.
And ‘gay pride’ is scrawled across Gaga’s chest in red, either from a marker or possibly lipstick.
The first picture shows the Papparazzi singer with her arms spread wide as she appears overjoyed.
Gaga captioned this one: ‘Watching over Chicago Pride from my apartment and smiling so big. So many happy people. Happy pride!! #lovewins’
Her blonde hair is blows wildly while on the Windy City balcony.
And the second snap – which was posted just six minutes after the first – shows the Bad Romance singer in the same place but making what appears to be a claw with her hand.
She captioned this one: ‘This is just about the coolest things I ever saw. It feels good to know how many of my friends and loved ones are out celebrating and feeling valued. #lovewins’
And just a few days before, when the news of the decision broke, the singer was in New York showing her pride again.
Gaga created her own custom t-shirt for the celebrations that were happening in Central Park.
She shared an Instagram of herself dancing in a Nirvana t-shirt while she created the rainbow design with the caption: ‘#lovewins’
In another snap, the songstress poses behind a rainbow flag with the words ‘Little Monster Pride’ on it.
The singer was seen out and about in New York wearing her LBGT pride shirt as she walked her dog Asia.
Teaming the statement top with some ripped boyfriend jeans and chunky platform shoes, the singer looked overjoyed about the landmark ruling.
She also wore round-rimmed glasses as she threw up a peace sign.