Lady Gaga: Pantless in Paris

12/21/2010 at 02:00 PM ET

Lady Gaga: Pantless in Paris
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Quite obviously, Lady Gaga simply didn’t have a thing to wear in Paris. Before the second of two concerts on Tuesday, the pop star left her Place Vendôme hotel late in the afternoon, “wearing a leather jacket,” according to one eyewitness. “She had on a matching beige string, big black fishnet stockings and really high, high heels…but no pants!” Gaga, who displayed a similar wardrobe preference last summer at a New York Mets game, evidently felt a quick change of heart—or the afternoon’s near-freezing temperature. Within minutes, her car stopped along the rue Richelieu, where she headed into a recently opened Bruce Field boutique. “Lady Gaga came in at 5:15,” an employee tells PEOPLE, “and she bought a number of things.” Bruce Field is a discreet upscale boutique featuring classic Ivy League style clothing for men and women. Among the items a still-pantless Gaga and an assistant brought up from the downstairs try-on area and piled onto the shop’s counter, an eyewitness says, “were pants and a lot of scarves. Most everything in purple.” Did she buy pants? “I can’t tell you,” the shop employee says. “I can tell you she stayed about 20 minutes and when she left there were some 30 photographers–and loads of fans–outside. It’s been a most unusual afternoon.” –Peter Mikelbank


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MarieClaire on

Tacky, Tacky, Tacky, but what else is new with her?!?!? She is horribly classless

Elle on

I love lady Gaga but i don’t love the no-pants look. I guess she is making a pop-art statement.

Cheryl on

I don’t care who you are, put some frickin’ pants on! Doesn’t she know “no pants, no shirt, no shoes – no service!” She got 1 out of 3 right!! GAWDY!!!

Kate on

I love MarieClaire’s comment. So true.

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Sheryl on

the only reason she does this kind of classless stuff is to get this kind of publicity….do we really care? I miss what it has to do with her music!

Lori on

Does she really need THAT much attention everywhere she goes? Yeesh.

na na on

Lady GaGa! She just wants to be different… who cares if she’s not hurting anyone! she does some wacky things, but it definately has made her more famous,and she’s giving her fans what they want. Maybe classless to some but to me she’s brilliant, and at least she does have talent. Look at someone like Paris Hilton she gets noticed because of the idiotic things she does and makes money off it without any talent. Think about this… in 10 years from now you’ll probably think Lady GaGa was mild compared to the next generation, they’ll probably walk around with a leaf covering their privates. Look at how Madonna shocked the world with how erotic she was, Do you think it made her more talked about??? She’s one of the top ten artist in the world to make the most fortune, and I think she is the highest of all females. Well, I say “Good for them”.

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