Los Angeles: Pop sensation Lady Gaga, whose upcoming album will feature a song called `Donatella`, says the song is a love letter she wrote to the Italian fashion designer.
The Mother Monster said that the song in the ARTPOP is also about being a fearless female, reported Ace Showbiz.
"`Donatella` is my love letter to Donatella (Versace). The song is an incredible crazy fun pop song with really raising electronic beats that I did with (producer) Zedd. It`s about being a fearless female and not caring what people say about you -being proud of who you are and walking the walk no matter what," she said.
Gaga, 27, refused to compare her `Donatella` to Jay-Z`s `Tom Ford`, a tribute to the designer that is featured in the rapper`s `Magna Carta... Holy Grail`.
"No, it`s not so much about Donatella as a brand as it is Donatella the person, about me as a person, that idea of what the public wants from you.
"Donatella, maybe she`s too skinny, maybe she`s too rich, maybe she`s too out there. Or, maybe she`s brilliant, maybe she`s intelligent, maybe she`s strong, maybe she`s everything, maybe she`s Donatella," she added.