Jun 15, 2012 12:21PM

Lady Gaga Tweets First Official Photo of Fragrance, 'Fame'

The ingredients actually include TEARS.

A few hours ago, Lady Gaga tweeted the first official photograph of her debut fragrance (above), which also happens to be the first ever black eau de parfum. It makes sense that the Fame Monster herself named her fragrance 'Fame'. Described as 'black fluid', its ingredients literally include TEARS (!) amongst various other exotic elements such as pulverized apricot, and crushed heart of tiger orchadia (we have no idea what the hell this is, but it sounds quite excellent).

Yesterday, Gaga tweeted two pictures of the 'Fame' bottle and packaging after photos of it were leaked online. "Oh you fashion editors I could just crinkle my hands at you!," she tweeted, also explaining, "My perfume was designed for women, but a lot of my gay friends wear it."

The fragrance will be released this September, the same month in which she will star on the cover of Vogue US.

Ingrid Kesa

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