Pop singer Lady Gaga is seen confronting a critic who says she's going to hell for supporting gay rights in her latest YouTube video diary update.

Last year, Lady Gaga helmed a one-celebrity campaign to repeal “Don't Ask, Don't Tell,” the Clinton-era law that bans gay and bisexual troops from serving openly. She recently backed out of an exclusive deal with retail giant Target over gay rights. And this week, the singer announced she would donate a portion of the proceeds from the country remix of her gay anthem Born This Way to gay group GLSEN.

In the video, the outspoken gay rights supporter is seen confronting the critic who is demonstrating outside of one of her shows holding a sign that reads, “Trust in Christ or end in hell!”

When Lady Gaga introduces herself from inside her car, the man responds, “So?”

“Yeah, that's going to happen one day, darling,” the man says as he hands her a get out of hell free card.

“Well, they better open up the gates,” Lady Gaga responds.

“I'm listening,” she adds. “You know we really believe in God at my show.”

“Well, your pervert ways don't quite equate to what God is all about ...”

“My pervert ways?” Lady Gaga interrupts.

“Yeah, you know, the homo stuff,” he responds. (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.)