Little Monsters soft-launched as an invite-only beta earlier this year but yesterday (July 10) opened its doors to the wider public.
Little Monsters is the first community powered by software from startup Backplane who pledge to "unite people around interests, affinities and movements in unprecedented ways".
Users can sign up to the site using Facebook or Twitter accounts and then share content through an interface similar to that of Pinterest. There is a community-powered content scoring system similar to Reddit, as well as a more traditional threaded discussion forum. Fans are also able to look at upcoming events and purchase concert tickets.
Speaking to Mashable, Backplane's CEO and co-founder Matt Michelsen explained: "We wanted to create an experience where language barriers were no longer barriers and where GaGa can communicate with fans in different countries and languages."
GaGa recently confirmed that she is working on a new album and launched a new perfume.