She’s spent the past two months in Rome filming the star-studded House Of Gucci biopic, where she plays the lead role of Patrizia Reggiani.
And Lady Gaga looked emotional while leaving her hotel and bidding farewell to the Italian city on Sunday.
The singer, 35, appeared to have been crying as she stepped outside while donning bright pink gloves and holding onto a vase of flowers for her devoted fans.
Heading home: Lady Gaga looked emotional as she left her Rome hotel and bid farewell to the Italian city on Sunday after wrapping filming on the House Of Gucci biopic
Gaga ensured to catch the eye in a stylish ensemble, draping a smart black blazer over her shoulders.
She kept things casual for her departure in a white T-shirt and beige trousers which she paired with some knee-high statement boots.
Never one to forget her accessories, the beauty wore a pair of bright pink gloves, a red Chanel scarf and a Valentino handbag.
The dewy-eyed star wore her brunette locks down and appeared to have on only the lightest touch of makeup.
Arrivederci: The singer, 35, appeared to have been crying as she stepped outside to give flowers to fans
On Saturday, Gaga marked the end of filming with a sweet Instagram post showing her pounding fists with the movie’s director Ridley Scott.
‘That’s a wrap, Rid,’ the star wrote in the caption.
Gaga appears in the hotly-anticipated movie alongside Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Salma Hayek and Jared Leto.
In the film, the Oscar winner portrays Patrizia Reggiani, the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci, who was convicted of hiring a hitman to murder him.
Bright: Gaga donned a pair of pink gloves for the goodbye, which she styled with a red Chanel scarf and black handbag
Casual: She ensured to dress comfortably for her departure in a white T-shirt and beige trousers, completing her look with some knee-high statement boots
Reggiani later earned the nickname Black Widow, and was sentenced to 29 years in prison in 1998 for setting up her ex-husband’s fatal shooting.
She was released, however, in October 2016, after serving 18 years, attaining parole due to good behavior.
The forthcoming film is based on the novel The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by author Sara Gay Forden.
Gaga is now thought to be heading back to the US where a judge in Los Angeles recently banned photographers from picturing the five suspects charged in the ‘dognapping’ of her two French bulldogs, issuing a draconian order to shield their identity.
Thoughtful: The singer carried the large vase outside and threw the pretty blooms at fans
Off she goes: Gaga has been in Rome for the past two months while playing her role of Patrizia Reggiani in the movie
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 each of assault with a semiautomatic firearm and a felon carrying a concealed firearm in a vehicle, had his bail set at more than $3 million.
White also faces one count of assault by means of force likely to produce great bodily injury.
All done: On Saturday, Gaga posted a snap of her pounding fists with the movie’s director Ridley Scott to mark the end of filming
Leading lady: The Oscar winner (left) portrays Patrizia Reggiani (right) , the ex-wife of Gucci heir Maurizio Gucci, who was convicted of hiring a hitman to murder him
The three are described by police as documented gang members, who targeted the bulldogs because they knew of their high value. When bought from reputable breeders, the animals can cost between $3,000 and $5,000.
They were not aware that Gaga was the owner, the police said, amid claims robberies were part of a gang initiation.
Two additional defendants — Harold White, a known gang member and the 40-year-old father of Jaylin White, and his girlfriend Jennifer McBride, 50 — are accused of acting as accessories after the fact by helping conceal the stolen animals.
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, leaving only to go to work, and wear a GPS ankle monitor.
Dogknapped: Gaga’s departure comes after a judge in Los Angeles banned photographers from picturing the five suspects charged in the ‘dognapping’ of her two French bulldogs
McBride is said to have returned the dogs to the police two nights later, prompted by Gaga’s offer of a $500,000 reward. McBride surrendered the dogs at the LAPD’s Olympic Station, seven miles from West Hollywood, where they were taken.
‘This was a brazen street crime that left a man seriously wounded,’ said George Gascon, Los Angeles County District Attorney.
‘We have alleged very serious charges in this case and have faith that justice will be appropriately served as this case unfolds in court.’
Gaga’s dogwalker, Ryan Fischer, 30, was shot four times while he was out with her three dogs, Koji, Gustav and Miss Asia.
The thieves then ran away with two of the animals – Koji and Gustav.
Miss Asia escaped from the gang before they could put her in their vehicle, and ran back to Fischer.
Gaga was in Rome filming House of Gucci at the time of the dognapping. She did not pay out the reward, due to police suspicions that the woman who dropped the dogs off had acted with the dog-stealing 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 murderers’ 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