From ‘Bloody Mary’ to ‘Monster’ — Here Are the Spookiest Lady Gaga Songs for Halloween

Lady Gaga has never shied away from horror and all things Halloween. She appeared on the FX series American Horror Story and even featured a bloody costume in one VMA performance. 

From “Dance in the Dark” to “Bad Romance,” here are some fan-favorite songs to feature on spooky playlists this October. 

Lady Gaga performs at Soccer City
Lady Gaga performs at Soccer City | Lauren Mulligan/ Sunday Times / Gallo Images / Getty Images

Lady Gaga released chart-topping songs like ‘Bad Romance’ and ‘Poker Face’

Stefani Germanotta (known by her stage name Lady Gaga) is a Grammy Award-winning artist, an Academy Award-winning actor, and the entrepreneur behind the cosmetics company Haus Laboratories. Her song “Bad Romance” earned the Grammy Awards for Best Short Form Music Video and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. 

The Fame Monster earned the Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album. More than anything, though, fans know this artist for being “weird” and “strange,” but in the best way. As a result, “Little Monsters” add several Lady Gaga songs to their Halloween playlists. 

Lady Gaga has several spooky songs perfect for Halloween

Lady Gaga is an Academy Award-winning actor who appeared in A Star is Born. She also partnered with legendary jazz musician Tony Bennett for the album Cheek to Cheek. For longtime fans of this artist, though, her music is also the perfect addition to any Halloween playlist. 

The album Born This Way features songs with religious symbology. That includes Lady Gaga’s chart-topping song “Judas,” which currently holds over 160 million plays on Spotify. This album also includes creepy songs like “Bloody Mary” and “Scheiße,” both of which match plenty of October vibes.

Of course, her most apparent Halloween hit is “Monster,” which details her relationship with a boy who is actually a “monster.” (Metaphorically, of course.) Some fans also consider “Bad Romance” and “Dance in the Dark” to be appropriate songs for this holiday. 

One of Lady Gaga’s most shocking performances was at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. There, her rendition of “Paparazzi” included blood oozing from her costume and the artist hanging lifelessly by one arm. 

Lady Gaga appeared on the award-winning FX horror series, ‘American Horror Story’

Lady Gaga is also known for her appearance on FX’s original series, American Horror Story, even earning a Golden Globe for her work on the show. In Hotel, she acted as the bloody-thirst, fashion-forward vampire known as the Countess. In Roanoke, she played one of the original witches and a villain haunting the Miller estate named Scáthach.

Several other performers released Halloween-inspired albums, including Turn Off the Light artist Kim Petras. Billie Eilish earned several Grammy Awards for her creepy and edgy album titled When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?

American Horror Story: Hotel is available for binge-watching on Netflix and Hulu. Music by Lady Gaga, including her recently-released Dawn of Chromatica album, is available on Spotify, Apple Music, and most major streaming platforms. 

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