Gaga talks self-love

Lady Gaga thinks it's important to bring "strength to the surface".

Lady Gaga urges fans to “never let a soul” bring them down.

The Born This Way singer is known to promote self-confidence among her fans, affectionately dubbed “little monsters”.

And on Wednesday she logged onto Facebook to share her thoughts on how to overcome criticism and bullying.

“Never let a soul bring you down, all it takes is a little self-love and confidence to bring your strength right back to the surface. Where is belongs. #ARTPOP (sic),” she captioned a photo of herself wearing a seashell bra, long blonde wig and fishnet miniskirt.

Within minutes, tens of thousands of fans had liked and shared the post.

It came shortly after a series of photos the 28-year-old pop star had shared upon her arrival to Athens, Greece ahead of her tour date at the Olympic Stadium on Friday night – several showing her in the silver seashell bikini top.

“Thank you for the beautiful warm welcome Athens. We come in the spirit of love, music, and to celebrate your beautiful history. Where classical art began. We belong together. #ARTPOP #artraveAthens,” she wrote in an earlier post which showed her descending from an airplane.

ArtRave: The Artpop Ball marks Gaga’s fourth headlining concert tour.

Earlier this year, the singer admitted she’s constantly in awe that she gets to travel the world and perform for a living.

“I get to travel the world year after year to tour, and the defining factor is that each country is connected by the music and the message To be yourself, and celebrate that passion,” she posted after completing the Australian leg of the trek.

“Monster 4 Life (sic),” she wrote.
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Thursday, 18. September 2014