London: Lady Gaga revisited her meat dress, as she unveiled yet another round of shocking stage outfits for the first of five Melbourne shows, including a gun-shaped bra.
The ‘Born This Way’ hitmaker first shocked with her special “meat dress” when she turned up to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards draped in raw beef. She showed off even more quirky numbers to please the crowds who have been anticipating her shock tactics.
Gaga, 26, revisited her meat dress by turning up on stage at one point wearing a shorter version of the frock, and presumably not with real meat this time as she energetically writhed around in front of the audience.
She then stripped off the skirt part of the outfit to unveil just a meat-inspired corset and body, a leading daily has reported. At one point she appeared wearing high-waist trousers tucked into boots, while her bra was made into the shape of two guns jutting out.
She stuck the pistols out while a male dancer provocatively cupped them. The popstar also wore a quirky blue leather number, as well as a black barely-there bodysuit with knee-high studded boots.
Gaga has recently been displaying a slightly curvier figure as she showed off her stage get-ups. The 26-year-old singer quite literally spilled out of her costume as she took to the stage in Sydney last week.
Gaga’s clear perspex skirt and bra combination appeared a little bit on the tight side with her stomach appearing to be constrained in the tiny attire. The same could be said for a black PVC bondage-inspired leotard, in which she also appeared to be being pinched at the sides in.
The studded all-in-one cut-out costume she paired with some fishnet tights and what appeared to be some wings made out of ribbons of leather. She wore a long blue wig and hopped on a large motorcycle and rode around the stage much to the delight of fans. Later on, she slipped on a light blue vest over her outfit, and played a giant electronic keyboard mounted to another bike.
Other outfits included in Gaga’s extravaganza show in Sydney included a white bell skirt and bell-sleeved PVC dress and a similar long gown version, which she paired with a futuristic style of headwear.