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Lady Gaga used to wear a skirt made from rubber to cover the bus seat

Lady Gaga’s rubber dress at the 2011 Grammys was made from rubber bus seats.

In the video chat with Vogue broadcast on November 8, Lady Gaga talked about her appearance at the 2011 Grammys. That year, the singer wore a nude rubber dress, lay in an egg and was carried on the red carpet by many people. Gaga said it was a large oval barrel designed by Hussein Chalayan.

Lady Gaga was carried to the 2011 Grammys

Lady Gaga lies in a large box, being carried to the 2011 Grammy red carpet. The singer and her entourage all wear costumes made of rubber upholstered bus seats. Video: Grammys

She was quite nervous when she and the team came up with ideas and made the costumes so impressive. The singer said: “It was very difficult to find rubber materials years ago. We found them from a bus company. They used rubber to cover the car seats and we asked to buy them to make costumes for them. whole group”.

Before the awards ceremony, Lady Gaga was nervous. She lay in the crate for three days to calm down, focusing on remembering what she needed to show on stage. “Honestly, before award shows, I don’t like to talk to people. I feel that it makes me lose interest, so I just want to be alone to give my full attention to the performance.”

Lady Gaga performed on the 2011 Grammy stage. Photo: aFP

Lady Gaga performed on the 2011 Grammy stage. Photo: AFP

Lady Gaga, born in 1986, is a famous American singer. She is known for hits like Bad Romance, Telephone, Born This Way… In 2019, the singer won an Oscar for the song Shallow in A Star is Born. In addition to music, Gaga is famous for her creative and different fashion sense. During her 20-year career, she has continuously impressed with unique outfits, transforming diverse styles on the red carpet and in everyday life.

Lady Gaga performing at the 2011 Grammys

Lady Gaga performing at the 2011 Grammys. Video: Youtube Lady Gaga

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