The Lady's done it again. Gaga was all white on the night for a MAC Viva Glam campaign show in Japan - see pics here!
Just when you think she couldn’t get anymore wonderfully weird, Lady Gaga‘s outdone herself again, with a standardly outlandish charity show in Tokyo.
Performing to promote MAC’s Viva Glam HIV awareness campaign – for which she is a spokesperson – the Lady stepped out on-stage dressed in a skintight lace catsuit.
And having recently spoken out to her fans about the importance of celibacy, it was probably quite fitting that she was dressed all in white.
The fashion-loving star accessorised her bandage-style bodysuit with a huge oversized corsage, long lace sleeve, white ankle boots and a bizarre white beehive headpiece.
Gaga is currently in Tokyo performing the Japanese stint of her crowd-wowing Monster Ball tour, and performed the one-off charity gig for her fans.
First appearing on-stage at her piano with a lace veil over her head, the songstress then leapt into her more energetic routines, prancing around the stage flanked by burly male dancers – who were wearing nothing but skimpy boxers and a shedload of talcum powder.
And if she wasn’t being carried around the stage by one of her semi-naked boys, she was brandishing her very own light-up disco stick.
But behind the costumes, props and stage-trickery, lay of course, a very serious message.
‘In Japan, women and men do not want to talk about AIDS or HIV. It’s very uncommon,’ she said in an earlier interview with a Japanese news source.
‘We’re here now to put it on the table, not under the table.’
‘I sing about sex, I dress sexy,’ she continued. ‘But I want my fans to respect themselves.’