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    Lady Gaga Co-Chairs the Met Gala

    Last night the annual MET Gala took place in New York City, hosted by Anna Wintour and co-chaired by Lady Gaga, Harry Styles, Serena Williams and Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele. The event is an annual fundraising gala for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. This year, the event’s theme was Camp: Notes On Fashion, based on Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay titled “Notes on ‘Camp.’” 

    "Campy" fashion is defined as "the love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration." It is daring, humorous, ironic, and extreme in its nature. Lady Gaga has always embraced the ideology of "Camp" in her love and understanding of fashion. Therefore, the co-chair was one of the most anticipated guests of the evening without a doubt.

    Lady Gaga embodied the 2019 MET Gala theme like no one else. She made a grand 17-minute entrance, stepping out on the red carpet in a performance art piece making a series of outfit changes, joined by some of her dancers and members of the Haus. With the red carpet shut down for her entrance, she posed for cameras and walked up and back down the entrance stairs revealing a multitude of looks, some with props.

    Her first look was a neon pink Brandon Maxwell gown with a 25-foot train, entirely cloaking the iconic steps of The Met. She completed the look with a pink bow-tie wrapped around her head, a platinum blonde wig and a gilded set of lashes of outlandish proportions. 

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    photos by GettyImages.com

    Gaga’s second look of the evening was a black Brandon Maxwell piece which was revealed upon the removal of the pink cape by the designer himself. She used a black umbrella to accompany her look and the playful attitude that she maintained all throughout her marvelous entrance. She walked the steps up and down in the company of five dancers, makeup artist Sarah Tanno, hairstylist Frederic Aspiras, the designer himself Brandon Maxwell and a personal photographer to capture the every second of her brilliant live performance.

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    photos by GettyImages.com

    Returning to the entrance, she revealed a third look, emerging in a bright pink, body-hugging column dress and a Tiffany&Co butterfly necklace. She put on sunglasses and put on a humorous attitude while putting on lipstick and presenting to talk on her giant phone-purse. Again, she was accompanied by her makeup artist Sarah Tanno and hairstylist Frederic Aspiras who kept retouching her makeup and hair.

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    photos by GettyImages.com

    As the last look of her grand entrance, she stripped down to a crystallized, black bra and panties. She owned the carpet like no-one has ever before, laying down and posing on the steps as the camera lights kept constantly flashing on her.

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    photos by GettyImages.com

    Inside The Met, Lady Gaga gave us a brief yet a breathtaking artistic performance piece amongst the exhibition pieces of the Metropolitan Museum, serving looks and radiating campy confidence all throughout.



    As one of the co-chairs of the event, she later took the stage to give a speech that she read from her notes she took out of her panties. 

    Lady Gaga also posed alongside her fellow Met Gala co-chairs, Serena Williams, Harry Styles, Alessandro Michele and Anna Wintour inside the Metropolitan Museum.


                                                 photo by GettyImages.com

    The details of her makeup and hair, created by Sarah Tanno and Frederic Aspiras, respectively:


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    Relive Lady Gaga’s grand arrival here:

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