HELL'S KITCHEN — Listen up, Little Monsters.
The exhibit celebrates "G.U.Y.," the third single off Gaga's "ARTPOP" album and an epic, nearly eight-minute music video directed by Lady Gaga herself.
The show has turned the lobby of the hotel at 510 W. 42nd St. into a shiny tribute to the Grammy-winning artist, featuring art, costumes and props — including a bed — that Lady Gaga used while filming the video.
The exhibit is free to the public and will run until April 10.
It opened Friday, Lady Gaga's 28th birthday, as she begins a North American tour with seven sold-out shows at the Roseland Ballroom. Visitors to the exhibit can enter for the chance to win tickets to her last concert on April 7.
The OUT's nightclub, BPM, is also hosting Gaga's official after party following her April 4 show, which will feature her producer DJ White Shadow, along with Steven Redant of the Bent Collective.
For diehard fans, the hotel is offering a "Gaga Paparazzi" package for $249 a night, which includes a deluxe room, two complimentary "Poker Fizz" cocktails, two pairs of sunglasses and VIP access to the after party.