To say Lady Gaga made an entrance at the 2019 Met Gala is an understatement. The singer appeared on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with five dancers and launched into an incredible live performance, which included some carefully planned costume changes. Right by her side was Project Runway judge Brandon Maxwell, who is Lady Gaga's longtime friend and has designed a slew of her greatest looks — including this one.
Totally in line with the 2019 theme, Camp: Notes on Fashion, Gaga's attire was wildly over-the-top. She entered in a pink cape dress that included a 25-foot train, and was accompanied by umbrella-holding dancers. Then, according to Vogue, Brandon unzipped her dress to reveal a corseted black number underneath. Her third look was a bright pink column maxidress, which she accessorized with oversized sunglasses. Finally, she stripped down to a black bra and underwear, fishnet tights, and a pair of glitter boots with that extra high platform Gaga is known for.
If Gaga's entrance is any indication of the night that is about to unfold, then this may just be our favorite Met Gala ever!
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