For a long time, Lady Gaga has always been famous for investing in costumes and also miserable because of the splendid designs.
Recently, she was carried by a man to a photoshoot for InStyle magazine’s May cover, for fear of getting her pink gown dirty. This has made many people in the team have a good laughter.
Stylist Sandra Amador and Tom Eerebout opted for the 34-year-old singer in a pink and purple satin skirt from Giambattista Valli’s SS20 collection. The cascading design makes Gaga look extravagant, easily showing off her beauty during the shoot.
The mud was not the only reason though as the Oscar winner couldn’t actually walk in the spectacular gown.
The shoot for the May cover of InStyle was underneath a tree and amongst bushes and there was no way that Gaga was going to damage the clothing for the sake of walking between takes.
With the name of fashion on the line, her beefy assistant scooped her up in his arms and made sure that she was carried from pillar to post.
In scenes that did not resemble a newly wed being carried over the threshold of a doorstep, Gaga was hoiked about as she showed off her pink hair and leather neck choker.
With big silver metal cuffs on her arms that she crossed over her chest, Gaga calls out “Faaa-shion” before laughing at the preposterous nature of what was occuring.
In the final pics, Gaga looks like a wild animal emerging from the undergrowth, albeit one that is dressed in high fashion.
Anything thoughts that she had to be placed in position by a team of minders are far from thought.
The singer had been chosen to be the cover star as her latest album, Chromatica, was due to be released on April 10.
The outbreak of coronavirus put paid to that and its release has been postponed. Instead, Lady Gaga has orchestrated a two-hour TV special which will be broadcast across all major networks in the United States on April 18.
One World Together has seen Lady Gaga partner with Global Citizen, in a bid to raise $35 million to donate to the World Health Organisation’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.