The two Robert Rodriguez muses were snapped wearing tiaras, fur coats and jewels, chilling out with famed celebrity photographer Ellen von Unwerth. Gaga shared the personal photos with fans on her social-networking site, LittleMonsters.com.
"I love to stay up late and take pictures of beautiful celebrities," Gaga writes in a caption on the three-photo set.
At the time of the slumber party, the ladies had a public exchange about it, with Gaga writing to Lohan on Twitter, "When you ordered a cucumber and a knife to the bar last night I thought you were gonna perform a vasectomy #justaskinnybitch." Lohan wrote back, "#skinnysnack1 @ladygaga hahaha."
At the time, their friendship might have seemed a little odd, but given the news that Gaga shared on Thursday, it seems that they have a lot more in common than originally believed: Gaga announced she'll be making her big-screen debut in Rodriguez's "Machete" sequel, "Machete Kills." Lohan, of course, starred in the original 2010 film. Perhaps Gaga was looking to Lohan for some advice on working with the director.
Gaga is set to play the glamorous Lady Chameleon. Her character poster gives fans a taste of what Lady C is like, donning a short, blonde Jean Harlow-esque bob, a diamond necklace, a white fur wrap complete with a wolf head and, of course, a smoking gun, teasing that this lady might be a little dangerous.
The sequel to "Machete," coming in 2013, picks up as Machete (Danny Trejo) is being recruited by the U.S. government to travel through Mexico to stop a cartel leader and an arms dealer who has launched a weapon into space. The films began as a trailer in Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino's 2007 "Grindhouse." A third film is expected to complete the set.
Gaga joins Mel Gibson, Jessica Alba, Demián Bichir, Amber Heard, Zoe Saldana, Sofia Vergara and Charlie Sheen taking on the role of President of the United States. There's no word on whether Lohan will appear in the second film.
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