The pop star's odd fashion statement to be featured in the "Women Who Rock" exhibit.
The eye-catching meat dress Lady Gaga wore to the MTV Video Music Awards last September was the brunt of jokes for many late night comedians and heartburn for PETA activists. With so much controversy and fodder surrounding the fashion statement, the dress is now on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio.
Presented today at 10 a.m. for all to see, again, the museum’s press release says the dress, which was created by designers Nichola Formichetti and Franc Fernandez, is installed in a glass case for the Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power exhibit. The dress and the meat matching boots turned brown from oxidation and had to be painted to restore them to their original color, the Los Angeles Times reports. In addition to the dress and boots, some other Gaga goodies are her childhood photos, sheet music and a piano, which was gifted to her by her grandparents when she was just months old.
Also tonight, the Cat Deeley hosted So You Think You Can Dance aired an exclusive for the pop star's new video "Edge of Glory." The video is a serious Madonna '80s throwback. On top of all this, Deeley announced the five-time Grammy-winning artist will guest judge at some point this season.
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