The always outrageous Scissor Sisters will open Lady Gaga's third North American leg of her Monster Ball Tour.

Scissor Sisters will join Lady Gaga in Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall on February 19 when the Born This Way singer returns to the stage after taking a two-month break from touring.

The group kicked off their campy Fairy Tale Tour in August in Atlanta to rave reviews. Spin Magazine said the show was “the Scissor Sisters at their best.”

Scissor Sisters' third studio album, Night Work, has been described as the band's gayest yet.

“Before they were suggestive; now they're as straightforward as possible with homosexuality in all its forms,” said.

Members of the Scissor Sisters insist the group is not a gay band, but its three openly gay members, Jake Shears, Babydaddy and Del Marquis, have clearly influenced its music. Tracks often deal with themes that resonate with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

Lady Gaga performed her new single Born This Way off her upcoming studio album at Sunday's Grammy Awards, where she took home three prizes. Born This Way has already been hailed as the gay anthem for the next generation.

She launched her MAC Cosmetics lipstick line to benefit HIV/AIDS causes with a Thursday appearance on ABC's Good Morning America.