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Lady Gaga has her own Chromatica Oreo cookies now, just so you know

Lady Gaga and Oreo have teamed up to deliver a very tasty treat for her fans, inspired by her hit album Chromatica.

The hitmaker has released limited-edition cookies to help ‘spread musical messages of kindness’ to the world and we are here for it.

Inspired by her dance album, the pink-colored cookies are filled with green crème and will feature three Chromatica-inspired cookie embossments.

A statement read: ‘Taking design cues from the 16-track album, the vanilla-flavored cookies are bright pink with green crème filling and feature various embossments inspired by the album.’

Fans can sign up for the Lady Gaga x Oreo Stan Club next month to be notified when the full-size packs are officially available, with six-cookie packs coming to convenience stores in January.

‘This collab is inspired by the world of Chromatica, where kindness rules all things,’ Lady Gaga said in a statement to the Today show. ‘I love these pink cookies with green creme, and hope they brighten your day as much as they do mine!’

 

In order to ‘spread musical messages of kindness throughout the country,’ a new campaign called Sing It With Oreo will be launched to encourage fans to send musical messages to loved ones for the chance to win an assortment of Lady Gaga swag and experiences.

Fans can create the messages, dubbed Oreograms, by recording a personal message on the Sing It With Oreo website.

‘Whether it’s to show support, share affirmations, well wishes or congratulatory messages, Lady Gaga OREOgrams are designed to inspire kindness,’ Oreo explained.



Credit: Original article published here.

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