Free Range Lady Gaga?

Via elephant journal
on Sep 13, 2010
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Lady Gaga’s song “Bad Romance” wins VMA award for Video of the Year.

She accepts sporting a dress made out of meat; we wonder if said meat is free range, hormone-free or…worn in…bad taste.

For an world famous artist/fashion influence who claims to offer some social commentary (LGBTQ rights) with her music, this dress seems to be doing the opposite in terms of any positive impact. Is it just brilliantly, offensively outrageous?

All signs point to yes.


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