POLL: What Was Lady Gaga's Most Outrageous VMA Outfit?

09/14/2009 at 01:31 PM ET

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From arriving on the arm of Kermit the Frog in a dramatic Jean Paul Gaultier gown complete with beaded neck brace and half-face mask to accepting her first VMA for Best Newcomer in a sheer, masked, red lace dress, Lady Gaga kept the audience guessing with her outrageous outfits throughout the telecast. And don’t forget her belly-baring white performance costume and space-age Jean Paul Gaultier lavender leotard she donned for backstage interviews. Tell us: What was your favorite Lady Gaga look from last night’s VMA’s? Click here to vote on which was the most outrageous!

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Lady GaGa is the most inventive, outrageous artist toay! She goes with what she wants and doesn’t conform to what is or isn’t “accepted.” Yah she was crazy, but she owns up to her craziness and embraces it.


Curious on

I would love to see her in jeans and a t-shirt some day. Without a mask.

Lindseyj on

Most Deffinately the red outfit is the worst…. what is it a giant sock dress with lace.. i know the vmas are supposed to be a lighter, less dressy affair but that is just outragous

Trent on

I haven’t heard much of her music yet since I primarily listen to prog and metal but I think it’s cool she is original, at least she designs her own stuff, writes her own songs, actual SINGS live. I’m not sure why people keep saying Cher already did this, Madonna already did that. So a female is never allowed to dress “crazy” ever again because some other artists did a long time ago? She has already said she is influenced by David Bowie..etc..
She appears to be herself whether on stage or not, I don’t see what is so weird.
With the whole designer/fashion thing, who do you see walking around with that weird stuff that is normally shown at the fashion shows anyways?

CarolynM on

They are ALL HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!! Who told her that any one of these looked good???

Gretchen on

Gaga has some definite issues! I think her garrish outfits are designed to distrsct attention from her dissatisfaction with her nose!
She may be laughing all the way to the bank but aq trip to the plastic surgeon could help!HMMMM… maybe she has issues with undergoing the knife!

Trent on

doubt anyone did, it seems to me she doesn’t care if other people think it looks good or not. I think it’s hilarious how a lot people say music should be about music but people sure are obsessing over this chic’s clothes, how she is not as pretty as other artists, and she has a “horseface” and has to hide her face (even though I’ve hardly seen that from pics and videos I’m checking out right now..wtf)

Josh on

I agree that she is in awesome shape vocally and physically, real nice bod, oh NOES she has a big nose (lame pun intended) oh golly she doesn’t looks exactly like all the other hot fake singers!!!!! Let’s make fun of her At least one thing should be certain for all these people now, she does not have a dong. Nice camel toe and ass though.

Melody on

she may dress weird but she can sing amazingly and she is very artistic and not your cookie cutter artist thats why i love her

Col on

i think that the red one is plain scary…after her performace and they showed her i was like who is that? her performace was a little nutty to. also the outfir where she was wearing a straw wreath around her neck was just insane

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