By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Now that's a beehive: Lady Gaga arrives with a two-tone black and blonde hairstyle as she arrives at Taipei International Airport in Taiwan last night
We're used to using the word 'beehive' to described a backcombed hairstyle.
But in Lady Gaga's case, her latest hairstyle looked like an actual beehive as she jetted into Taiwan yesterday.
There was no missing the flamboyant singer as she arrived in Taipei International Airport via private jet last night.
The Born This Way star was wearing a cone-shaped bun of black and blonde hair on top of her long wig.
But rather unusually for Gaga, her outfit looked rather demure than usual as she walked along in a monochrome dress and black tights.
After spending most of last week in Japan, the 25-year-old jetted to Taiwan on Friday night.
Hair-raising: The singer shows off her two-tone beehive as she blows a kiss at the airport
Despite her well-publicised arrival, Gaga managed to sneak into her suite at the Regent Taipei hotel, disappointing her fans waiting outside.
But after finding out how upset they were, she made an appearance at the window of her room on the 19th floor, to the delight of her devotees below.
The New Yorker is on her first ever trip to Taiwan, a five-day promotional tour for her new album Born This Way.
Demure: Instead of her usual flesh-baring outfits, Gaga covered up in a monochrome dress and black tights
On Sunday, she is due to perform in Taichung City, where officials have named it 'Lady Gaga day' in honour of her first Taiwan visit.
Meanwhile, Gaga has been voted the Queen of Pop by Rolling Stone magazine.
The singer was voted over her female contemporaries because of her record sales, views on YouTube, social media mentions, critics reviews and revenue from live shows.
Hello Little Monsters! Gaga waves to fans from the 19th floor of her hotel
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Coming behind her in second place was country singer Taylor Swift and Rihanna at three.
The magazine said: 'No matter how we cut the numbers, GaGa was bound to crush the competition. Our goal here was to crown the current tiara-wearer. The hard-working, culture-dominating GaGa more than earned the title.
'Maybe a year from now, after [Beyoncé's new album] 4 has spun off a year of radio, digital and video hits, Lady G and Honey B will be more evenly matched, tugging on either end of the Queen of Pop sceptre like the demigods they are.'
source : dailymail