Lady Gaga's meat dress to go on display
Pop sensation Lady Gaga will be honoured at The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland in an exhibition that will celebrate pioneering women in rock 'n' roll.
Back in 2010 at the MTV Video Music Awards, Gaga wore a striking dress made from tied-together pieces of meat and the outfit has now been dried, preserved and painted to restore it to its original bloody colour, and will feature in a national touring exhibition.
The exhibition opened today (September 7) at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington and Curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger told The Associated Press that "bringing this exhibit here kind of redefines what's important in our history and political life... at a time when there's talk of women being under attack in politics."
Earlier this afternoon, Gaga unveiled the newest installation of her 'MONSTERVISION' series and this new episode shows her cycling barefoot, shopping in a vintage store and enjoying time with her touring crew.
Watch 'MONSTERVISION No.8: OH! YOU PRETTY THINGS' below:
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