Pop superstar Lady Gaga turned heads in Paris, France on Monday (20Jan14) when she visited the city's famous Louvre museum and posed for pictures in front of her portraits. The Poker Face hitmaker features in artist Robert Wilson's Living Rooms exhibition at the gallery, and she went to see his depictions of her hanging in the famous French tourist attraction. Gaga drew plenty of attention by wearing an eye-catching silver, braided wig and covering her face in rhinestones, and she was photographed posing outside the museum's famous glass pyramid entrance. She was also snapped standing next to a portrait in which she recreated Jacques-Louis David's famous painting The Death of Marat. The singer documented her visit in a number of posts on her Littlemonsters.com website, writing, "I went to the Louvre today and saw the portraits Bob Wilson made of me. It was such a special moment. I wore archive Gianni (Versace) and wore my hair in metallic braids. It was a day I'll never forget..." Gaga also posed for pictures with a number of tourists who spotted her at the Louvre.