On Sunday, Lady Gaga dressed (bizarrely) for the Grammys, but today, she dressed for aisle 9 at Duane Reade. In this video from today’s edition of Good Morning America, pop’s current First Lady is clad in one of her wackiest ensembles yet: a flesh-colored, “latex condom-inspired outfit,” topped off with a hat that’s a little Three Musketeers, a little Quaker Oats Man, and a lot crazy. (If only Woody Allen from Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid to Ask) were there to accompany her.)
There is, however, a method to Gaga’s madness, according to the star.
She told GMA host Robin Roberts that she was wearing this particular ensemble in order to promote safe sex and HIV/AIDS awareness. “Today, I really wanted to head-to-toe be representative of what we women and people all over the world need to be concerned about,” Gaga said, “which is the leading cause of death in women all around the world, which is HIV.” Then they talked some more about that whole egg thing. Watch the video for yourself below, and tell us: Do you love Gaga’s body glove?
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