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Celebrities Who Love French Bulldogs: Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Megan Thee Stallion and More

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A celebrity’s best friend! Few dog breeds are as popular in Hollywood as French bulldogs, which can be found trotting alongside stars including Lady Gaga, Martha Stewart, Reese Witherspoon and many more.The “Poker Face” singer is one of the most well-known Frenchie fans in the world and has three pups: Asia, Koji and Gustav.

Asia, her eldest dog, was born in January 2014, and has since become her most famous pet thanks to a string of appearances in fashion campaigns and on magazine covers.When Asia was still a puppy, she posed with Gaga for the September 2014 cover of Harper’s Bazaar.

The following year, she became a celebrity spokesdog for Coach, alongside Ariana Grande‘s pup Toulouse (who is not a Frenchie).“I am so proud of Miss Asia!” the House of Gucci actress said of her stylish pooch in June 2015. “She’s a natural in front of the camera.

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