She recently returned to the American shores, after spending two months in Rome filming the highly starred biopic of House Of Gucci.
And Lady Gaga was spotted settling back into her daily life on Monday, when she went for coffee at a local Starbucks in Malibu, Calif.
The 35-year-old singer and actress went casual in a tie-dye hoodie, which she teamed with cropped gray shorts and multicolored Nike running shoes.
Back on American soil: Lady Gaga was spotted settling back into her daily life on Monday, when she went for coffee at a local Starbucks in Malibu, California.
With her brunette locks styled in a half-puffed bun, the star donned a pair of stylish sunglasses, while a face mask ensured she adhered to COVID-19 protocols.
Carrying a pair of frozen drinks as she made her way through her luxury sport utility vehicle, the New York native looked relaxed as she enjoyed some downtime.
Earlier this month, Gaga was seen emotional as she left her hotel in Rome, bidding farewell to the Italian city after finishing her scenes as Patrizia Reggiani.
She appeared to have cried as she stepped out while donning hot pink gloves and hanging onto a vase of flowers for her devoted fans.
cool casual: The 35-year-old singer and actress went casual in a tie-dye hoodie, which she teamed with cropped gray shorts and multicolored Nike running shoes
A day earlier, Gaga marked the end of filming with a cute Instagram post showing off her pounding fists with film director Ridley Scott.
“ It’s an envelope, Rid, ” the star wrote in the caption.
Gaga appears in the highly anticipated film alongside Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Salma Hayek and Jared Leto.
In the film, the Oscar winner plays Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci, who was convicted of hiring a hitman to assassinate him.
Coming Home: Earlier this month, the star looked moved as she left her Rome hotel and said goodbye to the Italian city after finishing filming the House Of Gucci biopic.
Reggiani later earned the nickname Black Widow and was sentenced to 29 years in prison in 1998 for setting her up. fatal shooting of the ex-husband.
However, she was released in October 2016, after serving 18 years in prison, being granted parole due to good behavior.
The next film is based on the novel The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamor, and Greed by author Sara Gay Forden.
Gaga is now back in the United States where A Los Angeles judge recently banned photographers from photographing the five suspects accused of “ stopping ” his two French Bulldogs, issuing a drastic order to protect their identities
It’s all done: A day earlier, Gaga posted a snap of her hammering fists with film director Ridley Scott to mark the end of filming
The four men and one woman pleaded not guilty earlier this month before Judge Victoria Wilson, presiding over Los Angeles Superior Court.
Three of the suspects – James Jackson, 18; Jaylin White, 19; and Lafayette Whaley, 27 – have been charged with attempted murder and armed robbery, according to the LAPD.
Jackson, who also faces one count of assault with a semi-automatic firearm and a criminal carrying a gun concealed in a vehicle, had his bail set at more than $ 3 million.
White also faces one count of assault with force that could cause serious bodily harm.
Principal Lady: The Oscar winner (left) portrays Patrizia Reggiani (right), the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci, who was convicted of hiring a hitman for the ‘murder
All three are described by police as documented gang members, who targeted the bulldogs because they knew their great value. When purchased from reputable breeders, animals can cost anywhere from $ 3,000 to $ 5,000.
They didn’t know Gaga was the owner, police said, as the thefts were part of gang initiation.
Two other defendants – Harold White, a known gang member and the father of Jaylin White, 40, and his girlfriend Jennifer McBride, 50 – are accused of acting as an afterthought by helping to conceal the animals stolen.
McBride was released on bail last Thursday after her lawyers argued that she was diabetic and did not have her insulin with her. She was ordered to remain under house arrest, only leaving for work and wearing a GPS ankle monitor.
McBride reportedly returned the dogs to the police two nights later, following Gaga’s offer of a $ 500,000 reward. McBride returned the dogs to the LAPD Olympic station, 7 miles from West Hollywood, where they were taken.
“It was a brazen street crime that left one man seriously injured,” said George Gascon, Los Angeles County District Attorney.
“ We have made some very serious charges in this case and are confident that justice will be served in an appropriate manner as this case unfolds in court. ”
Gaga’s dogwalker, Ryan Fischer, 30, was shot four times while he was with his three dogs, Koji, Gustav and Miss Asia.
Dogknapped: Gaga’s departure comes after Los Angeles judge bans photographers from photographing five suspects accused in ‘dognapping’ her two French bulldogs
The thieves then fled with two of the animals – Koji and Gustav.
Miss Asia escaped from the gang before they could get her into their vehicle and ran towards Fischer.
Gaga was in Rome to shoot House of Gucci at the time of the dognapping. She did not pay the reward as police suspected the woman who dropped off the dogs had acted with the dog theft ring.
Fischer, who has been described as a family friend, survived the assault and posted images of himself in a hospital bed on his social media.
He also thanked the first responders who saved his life and called for his “attempted murder” to be brought to justice.
New case: The four men and one woman pleaded not guilty earlier this month before Judge Victoria Wilson (pictured) presiding over Los Angeles Superior Court