Lady Gaga brought her controversial new song about Princess Diana, "Princess Die," to the Princess' home country at Twickenham Stadium in London Saturday.
Gaga explained that "Princess Die" is a commentary on the effects of fame, including Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston and even herself, to a degree.
"Since I was a very young girl, the people's princess was the most important person in me and my mother's life," Gaga said before performing the ballad.
"I swore if I ever had an audience like this in London, I'd take a moment to appreciate her ... This is for her, Amy Winehouse, Alexander McQueen, Whitney Houston and me."
True to Gaga's nature, the lyrics of the song are rather dark. Among them:
"Leave the coffin open when I go / Leave my pearls and lipstick on so everybody knows / Pretty will be the photo I leave / Laying down on famous knives so everybody sees."
Also true to form, Gaga invited a lucky female fan on stage for the performance, placing a tiara on the Little Monster's head as she sat beside her. Aww.
What do you think of Lady Gaga's "Princess Die"?