Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has expressed herself. But did she do it at the expense of two fellow stars in the process?

Today, Gaga playfully took aim at her Chateau Marmont sleepover pal Lindsay Lohan, a day after LiLo was pronounced in the clear with regards to an alleged jewelry heist at a Hollywood Hills home.

"Me with my brother @mikelohan ready for dinner!" an off-the-hook Lindsay tweeted last night along with the photo to the left.

Soon after, though, Gaga couldn't resist taking a little jab at the actress.

"@lindsaylohan ummmm are those my earrings??? this is awkward...:) kiss kiss," Mother Monster playfully inquired.

We're sure Lindsay got a good laugh at that—presuming she's not still stewing about her ban from the Chateau over a hefty unpaid bill. But Lohan was the only one Gaga took aim at.

Madonna, Lady Gaga

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While performing in Helsinki, Finland, on Tuesday night, Mother Monster reportedly exposed her rear, much in the same way the Material Girl did during a recent show in Rome.

What's more, according to The Sun, Gaga proceeded to yell, "I don't give a f--k what people say. We don't give a f--k. We know the truth."

Of course, as Madonna fans know, the singer's MDNA album just happens to feature a track called "I Don't Give A."

While we aren't 100 percent we can trust the source of this report, it wouldn't seem too far-fetched to see this as perhaps the latest in the Gaga-Madonna feud.

The digs supposedly stem from the fact that Madge has occasionally been singing Gaga's "Born This Way" while on tour as a way of showing similarities between the song and her own tune "Express Yourself."

So far reps for both artists have declined to blow this up. But, knowing both artists' penchant for causing a commotion, we're sure it's only a matter of time before we hear from them again.

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