Lady Gaga’s black veils are more than a fashion statement as the headgear is apparently her way of mourning the planet’s suffering. The “Born This Way” singer shows her solidarity with those who aren’t so blessed with the thin mesh.
Lady Gaga is literally a walking art piece and everything she wears has some profound and abstract meaning. I can’t imagine waking up in the morning and thinking: do I want to evoke environmentalism or animal activism today? That’s too much work for 7 am.
I know there are so many digs to make at Gaga for this but I actually appreciate her thoughtful sense of style — even if it’s a little extreme. Gaga is rolling in cash so it’s slightly hypocritical to think wearing a black veil contributes anything. At the same time it’s not like she’s doing nothing. Gaga started the Born This Way Foundation to empower young people.
Check out some of her looks below:
Lady Gaga takes a vow of (media silence) and grants her last interview with Oprah, Fabolous “makes it rain” $28,000 at a strip club, and a Fox weatherman manages to offend everyone before 10 am.
Lady Gaga, the girl who talks candidly to the media while wearing dresses made of furry stuffed animals and smelly raw meat, has decided to enter a self-imposed exile. The “Paparazzi” singer granted her final interview (for now, at least) to goddess Oprah.
The Last Interview was shot for a two-hour episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter” in the singer’s childhood home. It also includes her mother Cynthia Germanotta, who admits she and her husband thought their daughter had a screw loose.
Gaga also said: “Other than this interview, Oprah, I do not intend to speak to anyone for a very long time. … No press, no television, if my mom calls and says, ‘Did you hear about…’ I shut it all off.”
Just because Lady Gaga is taking a vow of silence, it doesn’t mean things will change. I mean the singer didn’t say a word a couple years ago when she was carried down the Grammy red carpet in an egg but she managed to make an impression. Still, maybe she’ll have some sort of existential epiphany to serve as a musical inspiration.