Lady Gaga was revving engines at a Toronto fire station Sunday.
The pop star logged onto Facebook to share with fans her visit with firefighters in the Canadian city.
“Hung out with the Toronto Firemen today, their Firehouse was beautiful! Great guys!,” she captioned an image of herself posing with half a dozen firefighters at the station.
The pop star later posted a picture of herself at the wheel of one of the engines.
“TORONTO Firehouse. Jumpin' Trucks,” she wrote next to the image, which showed her donning a long coat and heels, which she dangled out of the door frame.
The 28-year-old Born This Way singer is currently on her ArtRave: The Artpop Ball tour, which took her to Ottawa, in southern Ontario, on Saturday.
The singer returns stateside on Monday, when she’s scheduled to perform in Buffalo, New York. She'll hop back and forth between the US and Canada before traveling throughout Asia, Australia and Europe, performing her final show in Paris on November 24.
The pop star is meanwhile said to be considering a major professional move.
Recent reports have suggested Gaga is thinking about hiring Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun to take the reins on her career after parting with her longtime manager, Troy Carter.
Although Gaga’s third studio album ARTPOP went platinum and gold in markets around the world, it is claimed the record didn’t sell as well as anticipated when it was released last November.
Speculation is rife the songstress is concerned with sales figures, and wants her fourth LP to be a huge success.
“If anyone can help Gaga now it’s Scooter,” a source told British newspaper The Sun in late May.
“He’s one of the smartest blokes in the music industry and made Bieber into the biggest pop star on the planet. There are a few options for her but Scooter is one of them,” the insider said.