Lady Gaga Wore a Gown Constructed From Car Parts on the Red Carpet

Vroom, vroom.

When it comes to the red carpet, Lady Gaga isn't going to choose just anything off the rack. We're talking about a woman who wore a dress made entirely from raw meat, as well as ones fashioned from human hair and Kermit the Frog toys—oh, and don't forget the time she sported a bra that was literally on fire.

So, for the world premiere of her new HBO concert special, Gaga Chromatica Ball, in Los Angeles on Thursday, the singer unsurprisingly slipped on a gown that ranks high on the list of her most outrageous outfits of all time. For the occasion, Gaga wore a white leather dress from Selva with a one-shouldered neckline, tiny metal ring cutouts, and a colossal white structure that extended above her shoulders and down past her waist.



“On the red carpet I told them it was a car part," the Grammy-winner wrote alongside a photo of her dress on Instagram, adding: "They said what kind and I said I don’t know, I’m not a mechanic.” If you ask us, it looks like a bumper that the designers molded into a bustier—but we, too, aren't car experts and can't say for sure. 

Gaga paired the gown with her signature towering platform heels in a matching shade of white and a black manicure that coordinated with her freshly-dyed raven locks and baby bangs. Bronze eyeshadow, a brick-red lip, and the bleached brows she's been rocking since March provided the finishing touches to her glam. 

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Following the red carpet portion of the evening, Gaga participated in a Q&A session about the film and changed into a second jaw-dropping look that included a dramatic black gown worn underneath an ultra-voluminous lacy jacket, and a matching face mask.



During the Q&A, Gaga revealed that she performed five shows of the Chromatica Ball Tour while sick with COVID. “I did five shows with COVID,” she told the press at the event, according to People. “I shared it with everyone on my team and I said, ‘I don’t want anyone to feel uncomfortable at work and you don’t have to perform and you don’t have to work that day, but I’m going to do the show,’ because I just didn’t want to let all the fans down.”

She continued, “The way that I saw it also is that the fans were all putting themselves in harm’s way every day coming to the show. During all my quick changes, I kept going. ‘I’m sorry. I’m so sorry.'”


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