Last weekend it was rumoured that Gaga was preparing to release a 10th anniversary edition of her Born This Way album with a collection of songs reimagined by LGBTQIA+ artists and allies, and last night (27 May) Gaga confirmed the news by sharing Big Freedia's reimagined version of "Judas".

Born This Way turned 10 last Sunday (23 May), and to mark the occasion the City of West Hollywood declared 23 May as "Born This Way Day", and the Mayor Lindsey P. Horvath awarded Gaga with a key to the city.

The 10th anniversary edition of Gaga's second studio album will feature 14 tracks from the original record as well as six reimagined tracks by artists yet to be revealed, including a "Country Road Version" of "Born This Way", "The Edge of Glory", "Marry The Night" and more.

Big Freedia's rendition of "Judas" is out now. Lady Gaga's 10th anniversary edition of Born This Way is due for release on 18 June via Interscope, and is available to pre-order now.