'Fame' Perfume by Lady Gaga is as Eclectic as the Artist Herself

By: Sarah Moore - Published: • References: washingtonpost and gawker
While 'Fame' perfume by Lady Gaga (or 'black fluid,' more accurately) doesn't smell like "blood and semen" or an "expensive hooker," as the eccentric artist originally intended, it is certainly mixed with an eclectic assortment of ingredients.

Contained in the rocketship-esque bottle is an inky black concotion composed of elements such as "pulverized apricots, tears of belladonna and a black veil of incense" -- all of which are certainly more appealing than the diva's original brainchild.

Although the odd spray is a dark ebony color when in the bottle, it apparently turns clear when spritzed on the skin.

While the flamboyant pop-star's creation is not available for sale yet -- the bottle was leaked early thanks to a Canadian journalist -- it can be assumed that her flock of adoring fans will be clambering to get their claws on a bottle of the scent.