This summer, Lady Gaga will be launching her own social network: Little Monsters.
According to exclusive reports, the invite-only platform is similar to Pinterest. Users can scroll through a collage of tiles and pictures, compiled of their interests. Each of the items is a link to a Little Monster’s profile.
In place of “Likes” and interests, each profile contains a question-and-answer segment about the users. Questions range from “When you first heard the song ‘mother monster’?” or “How do you want to change the world?”
The site even features a chat room with a built-in language translator.
The site is the first product of Palo Alto, a startup company founded by Lady Gaga’s manager: Tony Carter. Majority of the staff are composed of ex-employees of Facebook and Google.
“The goal of Little Monsters and Backplane is to unite people around affinities, interests and movements,” explained a spokeswoman for Little Monsters.
With more than 50 million Facebook fans and around 25 million Twitter followers, Lady Gaga will definitely cause a stir in the World Wide Web with her new social media site.