Lady Gaga looks chic as she transforms into Patrizia Reggiani to film House Of Gucci in Rome

She’s taking on the role of ‘black widow’ Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott’s forthcoming autobiographical drama.  

And Lady Gaga looked effortlessly chic as she prepared to film scenes for House Of Gucci in Rome, Italy, on Wednesday.

The singer, 35, transformed into Reggiani, whose marriage, divorce and subsequent plot to murder ex-husband Maurizio – an heir to the celebrated Italian fashion empire – is documented in the new film.

Chic: Lady Gaga looked effortlessly chic as she prepared to film scenes for House Of Gucci in Rome, Italy, on Wednesday

Gaga wore a white lace midi dress with dramatic flared sleeves with matching coloured heels with a black trim.

The superstar cinched in her svelte waist with a black velvet belt with a gold buckle from Zara.

Gaga finished her look with a collection of gold jewellery which included statement earrings and a delicate necklace.

The superstar wore her brunette locks in a voluminous blown out style and sported a full face of make-up, including a thick slick of eyeliner. 

Transformation: The singer, 35, transformed into Reggiani, whose marriage, divorce and subsequent plot to murder ex-husband Maurizio - an heir to the celebrated Italian fashion empire - is documented in the new film

Transformation: The singer, 35, transformed into Reggiani, whose marriage, divorce and subsequent plot to murder ex-husband Maurizio – an heir to the celebrated Italian fashion empire – is documented in the new film

Gaga appeared to be gearing up for the day of filming as she was seen carrying a script as she made her way onto set.

Ahead of shooting, the singer was seen enjoying a hot beverage outside her trailer as she had her hair and make-up done to transform into Reggiani.

Gaga stars as the ‘black widow’ opposite her on-screen husband Adam Driver, who is playing Maurizio Gucci, heir to the celebrated Italian fashion empire.

The film, which documents Reggiani’s sensational plot to murder her ex-husband, is based on the novel The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by author Sara Gay Forden.  

Stunning: Gaga wore a white lace midi dress with dramatic flared sleeves with matching coloured heels with a black trim

Stunning: Gaga wore a white lace midi dress with dramatic flared sleeves with matching coloured heels with a black trim

Details: The superstar cinched in her svelte waist with a black velvet belt with a gold buckle from Zara

Details: The superstar cinched in her svelte waist with a black velvet belt with a gold buckle from Zara

Reggiani was found guilty of paying a hit man €300,000 (£240,000) to murder 46–year–old Gucci, an heir to the fashion empire.

Her husband had left her for another woman 10 years previously after telling her he was going on a short business trip, from which he never returned.

She was also said to be furious her former husband had started seeing other women, and feared her daughters’ $170million inheritance was at risk if he remarried before ordering the hit. 

She also wanted more than the $650,000 she had been offered in a divorce settlement, the court heard.  

Voluminous: The superstar wore her brunette locks in a voluminous blown out style and sported a full face of make-up, including a thick slick of eyeliner

Voluminous: The superstar wore her brunette locks in a voluminous blown out style and sported a full face of make-up, including a thick slick of eyeliner

Break time: Ahead of shooting, the singer was seen enjoying a hot beverage outside her trailerMake-up: She had her hair and make-up done to transform into Reggiani

Break time: Ahead of shooting, the singer was seen enjoying a hot beverage outside her trailer as she had her hair and make-up done to transform into Reggiani

Leading role: She's taking on the role of 'black widow' Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott's forthcoming autobiographical drama

Leading role: She’s taking on the role of ‘black widow’ Patrizia Reggiani in Ridley Scott’s forthcoming autobiographical drama

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