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Lady Gaga arrives at the Lady Gaga 'Fame' Fragrance Launch at the Guggenheim Museum New York City, Sept. 13, 2012. (Andres Otero/WENN.COM)
Lady Gaga launched what she called her "very slutty" first perfume with a performance art event in which she slept for party-goers in an egg-shaped capsule in New York's Guggenheim Museum.
Called Lady Gaga Fame, the perfume is the first from the flamboyant pop superstar and comes in a black liquid that turns clear once it is sprayed.
"I wanted it to be a very slutty perfume. Because that is sort of the addictive nature of fame that it is, it is seductive," Gaga told "Good Morning America" in an interview broadcast on Friday.
The "Born This Way" singer told the breakfast TV show she wanted a fragrance "that was desirable, and which is quite nice for not only just, you know, a young girl like me, but for any woman that wants to go home to their husband and lay down and feel like a queen."
The New York-born singer, 26, officially launched the fragrance with a "Sleeping with Gaga" event in which she lay inside a huge black egg-like capsule at New York's Guggenheim museum on Thursday while invited celebrities and media looked on. She later had a tattoo artist ink a cherub onto the back of a freshly-shaved portion of her neck.
Gaga also released a five-minute promotional film in which she appeared clad head to toe, including hair and face, in black, and that ended with tiny figures of men in bondage wear crawling over her naked body.
Gaga, whose stunts have included wearing a raw meat dress and setting her piano on fire, made headlines last year for saying she wanted her perfume to have notes of blood and semen and that it would be suited to "a expensive hooker."
As it turns out, the ingredients on the bottle are listed as "tears of belladonna, crushed heart of tiger orchidea with a black veil of incense, pulverized apricot and the combinative essences of saffron and honey drops."
On Friday, the Grammy-winning musician told "Good Morning America" that it was "a sexy fragrance."
"It's for someone that wants to seduce someone. You shouldn't wear it if you're not likely to look for a lover, because it's going to attract them," the singer said.
Lady Gaga Fame is made by Coty Inc and was released worldwide last week.