What’s wackier: hanging off two rings connected by her own pigtails or sunglasses made of hair? finds herself in a hairy situation while performing at Radio City Music Hall, where she sold out four nights in January.
SHOW YOUR STRIPES
With new canary-yellow extensions in her hair, the five-time Grammy nominee greets fans before her sold-out Monster Ball concert at Radio City Music Hall in N.Y.C. in a purple-and-silver sequined bodysuit and knee-high boots.
RAY OF LIGHT
Bringing new meaning to the term “hat hair,” Gaga introduces her line of earphones in a see-through dress and a topper of straight, spiky locks.
Who needs a hanging disco ball when you can hit the stage wearing one? Gaga rocks out in L.A. in her mirrored, high-shouldered jacket and matching bra.
No one wears a face mask quite like Lady Gaga, this time a gold horned headdress matched to her gilded, cone-bra bodysuit, while performing in Vancouver.
The singer matches her signature hairbow to the draped bow front of her diaphanous Valentino gown while attending an N.Y.C. launch celebration for VEVO.
HOOK 'EM, HORNS
Now, what goes with an antler hat, if you’re Lady Gaga? Why, a latex bodysuit with winged shoulders and fishnet stockings, of course!
The singer hits the stage of the American Music Awards in a blinking-light exoskeleteon over a patchwork bodysuit, before dramatically smashing through glass and lighting her piano on fire.
THE QUEEN "UM"
While Lady Gaga professed to having toned down her style to meet the Queen of England, she still got tongues wagging with her red latex gown and mask-like eye makeup.
She’s fully clothed … but but her gown is see-through and covered with hair! The singer takes the ’70s staple, the caftan, to the dark side with a hairy neckline and peekaboo sensibility for the Billboard 4th annual Women in Music event in N.Y.C. in October.
The star meets up with her idol, , backstage at the Marc Jacobs spring fashion show – weeks before appearing together on Saturday Night Live.
BRACE FOR IMPACT
The singer hits the VMAs red carpet in September with Kermit the Frog as her date, but she really got tongues wagging with her Jean Paul Gaultier gown, elaborate neck brace and half-face mask. She would change five times that night alone!
Lady Gaga matches her green glasses to the stems of her bouquet – and puts the focus on her own stems in high-cut briefs and ankle-tie shoes while in Paris.
CLOAK AND DAGGER
The singer mixes two of her favorite fabrics – latex and lace – for a retro-inspired look at the Monster Cable Party in Berlin.
GRIN AND BARE IT
Is she angling for a role in the next Twilight installment? The singer pairs her thong bodysuit and leather jacket with gleaming fangs for a walk through Heathrow Airport in August.
Paying homage to the “Paparazzi” that she’d croon about in her fourth single, Lady Gaga steps out in Zurich in a newspaper-print suit.
HOP TO IT
What to pair with an off-the-runway Alexander McQueen dress of knit ropes? Lace rabbit ears, of course! Stars like and would later follow Gaga’s lead, embracing their inner bunnies by donning ears.
The singer hits the streets of Manchester, England, in July in the first of her tributes to the Muppets – an animal-festooned frock from designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac.
The platinum singer arrives to June’s MuchMusic Awards in punched-out leggings, a cutout bandage top and hair reminiscent of Michelle Pfeiffer’s in Scarface. Could the cutouts be an homage to the bullet holes of the classic film?
Gaga wears pants! Well, sort of – the singer slips into super-shredded leggings for a walk through the airport in New Zealand. Note the matching blazer and sunglasses – and the hair bow’s back!
You know your headgear is a bit much when air kisses prove dangerous! found herself dodging the rings of Gaga’s Saturn-like headpiece while trying to greet the singer on a May episode of her talk show.
Where to look first – the checked parasol, the UFO-like hat or the thigh-high laced-up boots? The New York native leaves a UK TV appearance in one of her wackiest outfits to date, complete with Clara Bow-style lips.
The singer shows off her effervescent side in April, performing in a custom-made bubble bodysuit that she says is based on a look by fashion-forward designer Hussein Chalayan (who’s collaborated with Icelandic avant-garde singer Björk).
TAKE A BOW
For most stars, head-to-toe latex bodysuits would be enough of an attention-grabbing look, but Lady Gaga takes it one step further with her signature hair bow while visiting a London radio station.
LOOK MA, NO PANTS!
(real name: Stefani Germanotta) braves the January chill in London, hitting the streets in a barely-there latex bustier and hot pants – and sunglasses at night, natch.