She may one of the world's biggest living legends, but not many popstars could say they can flog the public a single shoe without it's other half, with Lady Gaga being an exception to the rule, as always.
The 26-year-old's single shoe which was thrown into the crowd by Gaga herself at a Parisian concert will be auctioned off to the highest bidder next year.
The silver Emporio Armani platform, which is typical of Lady Gaga's trademark eccentric style, will go on sale alongside a range of vintage menswear and other pieces at Paris' auction house Drouot Richelieu on February 11.
The towering heel was thrown into the audience by Gaga at a 2010 show in the French capital, and is expected to sell well at the event. Gaga's shoe has been valued at 4,000 euros to 5,000 euros, although such pieces belonging to a star like herself will sell for much more at auction.
Lady Gaga in one of her trademark wacky stage outfits as she performs in Brazil - Splash
Other pieces going under the hammer include a black felt fedora hat made for Michael Jackson in 1984 and a writing set owned by the late icon Marilyn Monroe.
So Gaga must be feeling honoured to have one of her possessions up against the likes of Monroe and Michael Jackson, having bagged some of the latter's iconic clothing at an auction earlier this week.
The 'Pokerface' songstress won the pieces including his famous 'Bad' jacket and a pair of his white spangled gloves at Julien's Auctions held in Beverly Hills.