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Top 10 Craziest Outfits of Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga is unlike any other artist on the planet. The Chromatica singer is the essence of self-expression, from the numerous musical genres she’s handled over her career – including pop, jazz, and country – to her wild wardrobe statements. Gaga’s brand may now be all glitz, glamour, and elegance, but throughout the first decade of her career, her brand’s core was an eclectic and artistic mayhem. We all looked forward to her outlandish fashion since she didn’t allow anything stand in the way of it. Take a look at ten of Lady Gaga’s most crazy ensembles.

(1) August 2020

The 2020 VMAs were the perfect time for Lady Gaga to remind everyone of how fantabulous she is, and the Chromatica singer did not disappoint. This metallic look gave us major Game of Thrones vibes, and we were here for it.

(2) August 2020

How can one perfectly describe this ensemble? It is peak Gaga, excellent yet nearly impossible to pull off. 

(3) August 2020

Performing Rain on Me alongside Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga took those intergalactic vibes to a whole new level, just as we expected. And all I can say is, “Rain on me, tsunami.” 

(4) November 2014

Here she is entering a Parisian nightclub like the true star that she is. One question: How did she fit through the door?

(5) May 2014

She debuted her most memorable looks during her fourth headlining tour, ArtRave: The Artpop Ball. Polka-dot-print meets octopus?

(6) December 2013

Oh Gaga Christmas tree, oh Gaga Christmas tree. Total side note: We love the off-shoulder neckline and ruffled shorts on her red holiday jumpsuit.

(7) January 2010

Gaga was on a different planet at the 52nd-annual Grammy Awards in a Giorgio Armani confection.

(8) June 2009

Only Gaga could shoot fire out of her top, and not miss a beat.

(9) May 2009

They should have called it the House of Bubbles when Gaga performed at the House of Blues in a bubble dress in 2009.

(10) February 2009

While most of us shy away from extreme ruffles, Gaga took the trend to the next level at the Brit Awards in 2010.

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