And Lady Gaga decided to celebrate her trip to Rio De Janeiro by showing off her own voluptuous figure as she descended on the South American city.
The 26-year-old gave her fans a show of a different kind on Wednesday, when she emerged on her hotel balcony.
The Born This Way star went completely topless, covering her modesty with a strategically placed coconut.
The singer was wearing just a pair of skimpy black briefs and attempted to cover her bottom half with a tiny striped towel.
Gaga was sipping coconut water out of the large fruit as she enjoyed some down time ahead of her concert in the South American country.
Earlier in the day, Gaga was more demure as she greeted her fans wearing a pair of sheer black bicycle shorts paired with a denim shirt and lace-up platform boots.
Her recently-dyed brunette locks were out in loose waves and she finished off her look with a bandana and hoop earrings.
As always the singer has been spoiling her devoted 'Little monsters'.
She sent burgers and fries to her Brazilian fans camped outside her hotel.
Gaga organised the special treat for all her loyal fans, who descended on her hotel to catch a glimpse of their idol.
Im sending you hamburgers, fries and coke. I love you monsters. (sic)'
The generous pop star can't wait to perform at the Parque dos Atletas (City of Rock) venue on Friday because sharing her love with her fans is what the music industry is all about.
Gaga added: 'Brazil, there's hundreds @ the hotel and this is what the f*ck its all about, revolution through music. Get ready to party at the show in 2 days. (sic)'
Meanwhile, Gaga has made a tremendously generous donation to the American Red Cross for the Hurricane Sandy Relief.
She made a $1 million pledge on behalf of herself and her family, including parents Joe and Cynthia Germanotta and sister Natali, who all reside in New York.
'Today I pledge 1 million dollars to New York & The American Red Cross for Hurricane Sandy Relief,' she wrote on her Twitter account.
'If it wasn't for NYC: the Lower Eastside, Harlem, the Bronx and Brooklyn, I would not be the woman or artist that I am today.'