While Lady Gaga is no stranger to baring her famous bod, this probably isn't the type of exposure she had in mind.

Untouched photos from the singer's Versace campaign have leaked which show the "Born This Way" beauty before airbrushing and while she still looks flawless, the results are quite surprising.

In the pre-Photoshop pics which have surfaced online, the hitmaker's dark circles under her eyes are left uncovered and her complexion is a bit uneven. Bruises on her legs are also visible in another shot and her hair appears to be a darker shade of blonde. Additionally, Gaga's arms appear to be a bit slimmed down.

Lady Gaga, Versace

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Gaga was named the face of the Italian brand's Spring/Summer campaign in November. At the time, Versace shared a glamorous photo of the star shot in a curve-hugging purple dress that showed off Mother Monster's curves—and plenty of skin. She wore the same look the 2013 American Movie Awards, the day after the fashion brand released the chic shot.

Mother Monster has yet to comment on the leaked photos, although it's unlikely she's too upset considering she previously thought she looked too airbrushed on the cover of Glamour mag.

"I felt my skin looked too perfect. I felt my hair looked too soft," the 28-year-old star said at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards. "I do not look like this when I wake up in the morning... I don't even look like this," she added, referring to her wild hair and makeup.

Gaga continued, urging young readers to "fight back against the forces that make them feel like they're not beautiful" and also called for a change in the magazines.

Lady Gaga, Versace


"It is fair to write about the change in your magazines. But what I want to see is the change on your covers... When the covers change, that's when culture changes," she said.

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