Lady GaGa has thanked the Victoria's Secret Angels for treating her ''like family'' in the run-up and during the iconic fashion show in Paris on Wednesday (30.11.16).

The 30-year-old singer wowed the crowd at the Grand Palais in France as she performed three songs from her new album 'Joanne' and, although she was overwhelmed with the support she got from the spectators, she is so grateful to the catwalk models for taking her under their wings and making her feel at home.

Taking to her Twitter account after the lingerie extravaganza wrapped, she uploaded a photograph of herself in a sexy silver two-piece set created by the luxurious lingerie brand.

She tweeted: ''Couple bruises from dance rehearsal but love rocking this silver VS! Thank you to the Angels for treating me like family! #VSFashionShow (sic).''

The blonde bombshell proved she'd struck up a close bond with the girls - consisting of the likes of Kendall Jenner, Taylor Hill, Gigi Hadid and Adriana Lima - as she strutted down the catwalk with the bevy of beauties in a series of outfits and danced with them as she belted out her tracks 'A-YO', 'John Wayne' and 'Million Reasons'.

Prior to the glitzy event, Gaga - whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta - couldn't resist getting ready with the models as she threw on the famous pink satin robe and got her hair and make-up done by the glam squad backstage.

As her long light locks were gently tousled by the stylist, Gaga chucked her leg up on the vanity as she posed for an impromptu photo shoot in her seductive lingerie.

Once her look was complete, the 'Bad Romance' hitmaker gathered the models together behind the scenes as they taught her how to walk the catwalk properly.

The models then broke out into a hip-swiveling dance as 'Million Reasons' blasted through the speakers while the cameras captured their backstage shenanigans.

Gaga - who was the headline act - wasn't the only musician to perform at the famous show, as she was joined on stage by The Weeknd and Bruno Mars later in the evening.