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The much anticipated Gaga red carpet arrival moment is nothing short of solar system spectacular. Sporting sparkling, orbit-like ...
rings around her see-through asymmetrical hoop-skirted dress, Gaga doesn't disappoint.
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Lady Gaga: Mary Poppins or Solar System Siren?
Ryan: She arrived in. Getting out of that convertible, at first I got to be honest with you, I thought, “Is that Gaga or is it somebody that wants just to think she’s Lady Gaga” because I'm not quite sure what she looks like.
Male: Well you know what Ryan, I mean who else could that be? And you know what lady Gaga, I love her music. I love her fashion sense and I love, just love it. So, I'm just glad. Look at that, it’s amazing. I mean this is Gaga.
Ryan: I mean I'm looking at your jacket. You obviously, you love it. Can’t she get away with that? Ain’t she going to get no little fashion trouble for coming down the carpet like that in that stern look on her face as well?
Male: Well, you know what Ryan, tomorrow we’ve got fashion police and I can already tell you I'm going to love it. I don’t care what Jone, Juliana or Clowie have to say. This is art so that’s Gaga so I love it.
Ryan: Juliana, let me bring you up as well live here, what’s your take on Lady Gaga?
Juliana: First of all, I was going to wear that dress. I am so happy I did not, thank God.