Heads up Little Monsters, Lady Gaga is releasing Oreos just for you.

The pop star has collaborated with the Nabisco brand cookies to release a line inspired by her “Chromatica” album. The cookies will be available in six-pack quantities at convenience stores in January, CNN reports.

Those fans who want a full-size pack when they become available will be able to sign up for a “Lady Gaga X Oreo Stan Club” to get that information when it becomes available.

The cookies are bright pink in color with vanilla flavoring and feature a green crème filling. The design on the cookies will be different depictions inspired by the album.

Nabisco's cookie treats are known for having different themes and collaborations. A partnership with Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) in October saw them giving away packages of rainbow cookies for a #ProudParent campaign. They also released a line of cookies in 2019 to coincide with the final season of “Game of Thrones,” which featured cookies with special packaging and stamped designs featuring house sigils and other character depictions.

Other cookie flavors and designs have been released throughout the years as well for different seasons, including the holidays. In addition to traditional cookies with red crème filling and other holiday varieties, the company also released Gingerbread flavored cookies for 2020.

In addition to the 2021 release, the campaign with Gaga will also feature another special element—a “Sing It With Oreo” campaign to encourage fans to send musical messages to loved ones.

The website will allow fans, beginning on Dec. 15, to record a personal message which is transformed into a song---an “Oreogram,” which they can share with friends and family on social media, in an effort to “spread musical messages of kindness throughout the country.”

Those who participate could then become eligible to win Lady Gaga merchandise and experiences, which, pending COVID-19 restrictions, will include concert tickets and meet and greets.  

Celebrate National Oreo Day. Oreo Cookies are seen May 13, 2003 in San Francisco, California. Photo: GETTY