Another Day, Another “PLEASE Look At Me” Outfit From Lady Gaga

December 7, 2013 / Posted by:

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTION (Please circle only one) In this picture, Lady Gaga stepped out in London looking like:

A. “Leather Daddy Frollo” from The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Adults Only doll collection (I’m sure something like this exists on DeviantART)

B. She found this costume in a Lucasfilm studios dumpster under Jar Jar Binks

C. She’s hustling Artpop like the rent is due tomorrow

D. All of the above

My say something nice of the day is this: her makeup looks really good. No shade, it’s flawless. Now if you’l excuse me, giving Gaga a genuine compliment has made enough bile rise in my throat to burn out my trachea, so I’m off to the hospital.

I wish I could say that was that and call it a day, but there are 24-hours in a day (which means 24 costume changes and 24 calls to the paparazzi) so I’m bringing you not one, but two Gaga “HI, I’M STILL HERE!!!” looks. This fringed bedazzled-donut mess is business casual compared to what she wore in London last night:

Lady Gaga leaving the Langham Hotel in London

Kid 1: “You got your Elton John Louis XIV costume on my Glimmer from She-Ra! ”

Kid 2: “You got your Glimmer from She-Ra on my Elton John Louis XIV costume!”

Kid 1: “Let’s just carelessly embrace our mistake and sell it to Lady Gaga as ART.”

But I’ve always wanted to know what Gaga’s costumes look like up-close; I bet you can see tons of staples and craft glue. What I’m saying is, they look like fucking daycare craft projects.

(Pics via Splash)

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