Lady Gaga finally passes her driving test

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LADY Gaga has passed her driving test.

The 'Poker Face' hitmaker - who is engaged to 'Chicago Fire' star Taylor Kinney - is thrilled to finally be legally allowed behind the wheel at the age of 30.

She shared a photo on Instagram of herself in a car with a female friend in the passenger's seat and wrote: "Thelma and Puhleaaaze (And yes I FINALLY got my license after years of driving w an adult present and a learners permit)

"I'M FREE . . . Rollin w the homies.(sic)"

She also shared a picture of herself in an empty driving school room and wrote: "Me at the DMV. SCHOOLS OUT(sic)"

A third picture showed her jokingly falling out of a car onto her knees after passing the test.

She captioned the image: "And after I passed my driving test. PRAISE HIM (sic)"

Gaga has previously admitted she wasn't sure she should "be given" permission to drive.

Speaking in 2011, she said: "I was given a car as a gift, but I don't have a license. I don't drive. I am not sure I should be given a license."

Gaga recently revealed she is letting her mother plan her upcoming wedding to 34-year-old Taylor.

She said: "I think if I wouldn't let my mom do this with all of us and my family - I think if I would've denied the women of my life the planning of the wedding - they would probably kill me. I have all the help in the world in a way!"

But the 'Born This Way' hitmaker - who got engaged in February 2015 - is adamant her wedding is going to be low-key.

She added: "We are not planning anything that is worth writing about."

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