The current "Queen of Pop" is turning into a baseball-addicted version of Amy Winehouse in New York.
First, she gave the crowd the finger at a Mets game 10 days ago.
Saturday, she showed up for the Subway Series and talked her way into the clubhouse after the game.
The impromptu "performance" in a half-buttoned Yankees jersey, bikini top, thong, and fishnet stockings apparently riled up the Yankees brass pretty good.
Did Gaga get herself kicked out of the Yankees clubhouse forever?
Gaga slipped past security after the Yankees lost to the Mets, according to the New York Post.
Unfortunately, the Lady was sporting anything but a "Poker Face" (sorry, it was just begging to be used).
Gaga got into the clubhouse before the media were allowed in, and hung out with players in the exclusive players' lounge area of the clubhouse for a half hour.
Gaga was carrying a Jameson's Whiskey with her, and it was clear it wasn't her first.
As she flirted with six different players, including Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano, she slurred her words and kept unbuttoning her Yankees jersey, sources told the Post.
When that didn't make enough of a scene, Gaga apparently started moving her hands over her breasts seductively.
Whoa, we officially have a scene.
The pop goddess could not stop declaring her undying love for the Yankees, sources told The Post.
Her declarations were loud enough to get the attention of manager Joe Girardi and team big wig Hal Steinbrenner.
The Boss's son reportedly fumed at Yankees executives after the appearance.
Initial reports said Steinbrenner banned her from the clubhouse forever, while other news outlets reported that she had been banned from the Stadium.
The New York Daily News reported Sunday that Gaga was not banned. The team's real issue was with the security staff that let her in.
The players seemed to enjoy the visit, according to The News.
"She was nice. You can't avoid (her music) here in the States—she's all over the place," Cano told reporters Sunday. "She's a great singer—she can sing. I tell you that. I just wanted to say hi."
Girardi took a different approach, none too pleased that his players were cavorting with celebs after a tough loss.
"My players know that when it's time to play, it's time to play," Joe Girardi said. "Celebrities have been coming out to different venues forever. In our clubhouse from an hour before game time, it's our sanctuary."
The 24-year-old completed a Subway Series of incidents Saturday.
She showed up at Citi Field June 10 and made a scene when Mets staff sat her in the front row. She apparently was none too pleased to be photographed while watching the game and showed her displeasure with a one-finger salute.
Gaga made a stink until the Mets moved her to a luxury suite reportedly owned by Jerry Seinfeld.
The Mets are actually capitalizing on the event. They'll hold a "Go Gaga for Wright" promotion Wednesday night. The first 20,000 fans will get a foam finger with "Make Wright No. 1" written on it, an attempt to inspire fans to vote Wright into the All Star Game.