Ready for The Meat Dress: Redux? Skeevy photographer Terry Richardson just posted this photo of Lady Gaga on stage in Japan, donning a new version of her infamous meat dress. Luckily for the costume department, this one looks to be made of leather instead of raw beef, and I must say I’m digging the trendy tulip shaped skirt. As far as meat dresses go, this updated style is definitely an improvement. [MTV Style]
Lady Gaga might have run out of outrageous gimmicry this week. That’s the only reason we can imagine she tweeted this pic of herself fresh-faced and sans fards. “Have a beautiful day,” she tweeted. We kind of love her makeup-free face. What do you think? [NY Daily News]
Happy Friday! It’s time for this week’s edition of Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, starring a nearly naked Lady Gaga (before she was Gaga), an epic pelvic thrust from Taylor Swift, and a few unlucky models trying desperately not to flash the cameras. Click through to check it out, and remember — if you spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I have this recurring dream where there’s a phantom in my home and he takes me into a room where there’s a blonde girl with ropes tied to her limbs pulling her apart … I told Deepak the dream was so terrifying I thought somehow that a devil force was trying to take hold of me. He laughed and told me that I should learn to embrace my own insanity … I told him: ‘The Devil is trying to take me, Deepak. I’m a good girl!’ He said not to worry.”
– Lady Gaga on her recurring nightmare. I think Deepak (can I call him Deepak if we’ve never met?) is onto something here. I used to have a recurring dream just like this, only instead of a phantom, it was an evil dragonfly man. And instead of a blonde girl being pulled apart, it was a brunette cocooned in saran wrap and then eaten. I was terrified at the time, but looking back, I was processing a lot of dark feelings and grappling with my own sanity. I think Carl Jung would be very pleased with Deepak’s interpretation. [ONTD]
Mila Kunis had a very good year. Besides starring opposite Justin Timberlake in “Friends With Benefits,” Kunis was the top-selling cover girl for GQ magazine this year. Other super successful cover ladies? Sarah Jessica Parker, Heidi Klum and Jennifer Aniston. The triumvirate of blonds were top sellers for Elle, Vogue, and Marie Claire. In fact, Aniston had the top-selling cover for Marie Claire with her July cover. Surprisingly missing from this year’s top performing list — Lady Gaga, who covered almost all of 2010′s most successful magazine issues.
Not that Gaga didn’t do well …
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