Lady Gaga in London

Posted on December 09, 2013

Steffi’s on a winning streak lately. And by that we mean that she wore a bunch of outfits that we didn’t hate.


Still hate the hobbling shoes, but the dress is pretty fab (even if it does give her gorilla arms) and while we know we shouldn’t, we kinda dig the dreads. And she put on FACE.


It is impossible for us not to love this. We question your character if you don’t at least smile a little at this.

Also this:

Which is batshit insane, but in a fun, disco super villain kind of way.

And speaking of batshit…


Cubist Boy George, ladies and gentleman.







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  • Sobaika

    #2 and #3 are all kinds of fun.

  • A.W.

    I’m surprised her dreads wig hasn’t sent you guys into an angry white people appropriation fussy mood!

    • Sobaika

      That is my default setting and she’s only making me fussier.

      • A.W.

        Preach girl.

    • charlotte

      She’s probably angry because the Orphan Black people wouldn’t give her the awesome Cosima wig.

    • formerlyAnon

      When it’s so obviously a wig on someone who is so obviously just riffing through some weird flipbook of images, it doesn’t bug me as much as when I contemplate all the effort some white kid put into making their hair do something it’s not suited to just so they can cherry pick a bit of image from the authentic experience of people whose experiences they can’t fully grasp. [Admittedly that, I, as a lifelong white girl can’t fully grasp]

      • KC

        As a black girl, I’ve never had a problem with dreads on white people. Like a person below said, it seems like a genuine commitment and that most of them just really like the style. Its totally different than throwing on a costume. I personally think its all just about how genuine you are about it. I’m only bothered by someone like Miley because she seems like she’s putting on an act to gain “cred” or to be “shocking”, and that eventually she will outgrow it. But there are plenty of people who are non-Black who actually immerse themselves in the culture because they feel an actual connection to it or they grew up with it, etc…I dunno, I don’t really get too upset about this stuff unless it seems fake.

        I like the dreads on her and the dress because in Lady Gaga’s case she just likes grabbing anything from any culture or any movement. It isn’t directed towards one thing and its just all over the place. She’s also trying to be shocking (and while that annoys me a lot of the time), but she at least is an equal opportunity shocker, lol. I also don’t think she’s trying to make any kind of statement with the dreads other than “this is a cool hairstyle…I’m gonna try it out”.

    • xay

      Naah, those are like Yara Sofia dreads – so obviously wiggy and not intended to be taken as anything beyond a look that they are not offensive. Now if she stinks of patchouli oil, that’s different.

    • For me I think the look reads Helena Bonham Carter, including the hair. Does it feel appropriative to the kittens of colour?

      • marlie

        Nah, it doesn’t seem like appropriation to me. Dreads are something that have become so ubiquitous that I don’t generally get offended by people wearing them.

        Edited for clarity.

      • boweryboy

        In the context of her “art” it doesn’t feel appropriative to me. If it was actualy her hair and she was wearing a Bob Marley T-shirt with sagging jeans exposing her underwear and she spoke with a mixture of what she considered rastafari and black slang and she only listened to gangsta rap, now that would give me pause.

      • StarburstLady

        I think that’s because it’s kind of cyber-goth look– rendered in colors, albeit, but it’s solidly got that vibe.

    • Amelia

      For some reason, obviously fake dreads (like these or those brightly colored felt ones) don’t bother me the way real ones on white people do.

    • marlie

      It’s strange… I don’t mind dreads at all on white people. It’s a little different than, say, putting on a pair of low riding pants and blingy gold chains, because that seems “costume” to me. Why dreads are different than perhaps cornrows… maybe it’s because someone is committing the and energy that it takes to cultivate dreads, and therefore seems less artificial. Now, I know that in THIS case, Gaga’s is a wig, but in genera, dreads on white people don’t bother me. I don’t think I’m articulating my sentiment very well, but I’m low on caffeine, so I hope you sort of catch my drift.

    • Town

      Looks like a mop on her head to me. White people (well, just HER) can appropriate that.

    • StillGary

      i thought it was the ghost of Amy Winehouse.

  • charlotte

    What a bizarre woman. The first outfit looks like a 19th century streetwalker who time traveled to the 1990s.

  • I will always hold out for Lady GaGa being cast as Dazzler in an X-Men movie. It would be the best thing to ever happen to Dazzler, after her hook up with Beast.

    • Aziza

      Did Dazz ever get credit for her pioneering mic drop? There it is, right there on the cover of Uncanny X-Men 130 (February 1980). Her first appearance, even.

  • Ali B

    She has been giving the best FACE she’s given in MONTHS. BRAVA GAGA!

  • MW

    Face in the first one looks FIERCE.

  • StellaZafella

    Spangled Luny Lovegood can see Narggles in your underwear,

    Sorry kids, I’m not feeling very forgiving…my dog, my furry, four legged best friend of 13 years died unexpectedly last week and I’m trying to move on…but there are moments it still hurts. At least Gaga’s good for a snicker.

    • Coolekat

      That’s a tough one – so sorry.

      • StellaZafella

        Thanks Coolekat…that means a lot.

    • HUGS my sweet friend.

      • StellaZafella

        Thanks, buddy BK…I lurked the site all last week but need to move out of my grief and get back to life, I won’t say anymore about it but to have said nothing would have been like denial and I’ve already been through that enough…

        Boy am I gonna be a bitch when the anger phase sets in!

    • Constant Reader

      Zella, I’m sorry for the loss of your furry best friend.

    • My last dog is gone over two years now and I still can see and hear him. It’s the pits. Most of us have gone through it multiple times and feel deeply for your loss. Chin up. You’ll always have the BKs to cyberly hold your hand. (But I think face licking may be out of the question.)

      • conniemd

        Dogs lives’ are too short. Lost our beloved Golden Retriever a couple of years ago, replaced her with a new puppy Golden last summer. There are always others to lick your face, even if they aren’t your own. Nobody gives unconditional lve, even to strangers lot dogs.

    • filmcricket

      Aw, so sorry for your loss.

    • rainwood1

      I’m so sorry you’ve lost your bestie. Dogs are such a huge part of our lives and they leave a giant hole in them when they die. Hugs from this kitten.

    • Qitkat

      So sorry to hear about your best friend. Furry or human, such a painful loss.

    • Kate4queen

      so sorry. 🙁 my dog died four weeks ago so I share your pain. 🙁

      • NYCGlamourpuss

        Sweetie, I’m so sorry to hear that. I have more hugs to spare for you too!

      • StellaZafella

        Hugs back, babe.

    • formerlyAnon

      So sorry. That’s a blow, losing one’s doggy best friend.

    • conniemd

      I do feel your loss. Bk hugs.

    • rondele

      I am so sorry. It’s so, so hard, and I found it took me a long while. My beautiful dog was 13 also.

    • Sarah

      I am so sorry to hear about your loss…virtual hugs coming your way ((((((StellaZafella))))))

      My own sweet chihuahua passed away this year at the age of 13. She was the best companion and always made me feel loved in her strange shaky bug-eyed way (she hated being kissed but would lick your hand when she liked you.) I made the mistake of watching All Dogs Go To Heaven with my nieces a few weeks back and basically just blubbered my way tearfully through it. Too soon I guess…

    • I’m so sorry, that is a massive loss.

    • Jackie4g

      I am so sorry for your loss. It’s horrible and I hope you can feel a little less of it every day. I am sitting in bed with a couple of Panthers purring next to me and at least one of us is watching the snow, and I am grateful they are here. They’re my furry friends, and I feel for you.

    • NYCGlamourpuss

      Oh, sweetheart, I wish I was there to hug you. I’m so very sorry. I lost my 18 year old cat in September (and I lasted about a week and a half without him, so as a result – I now have a new kitten who has me wrapped around her teensy little paw), so I do know how much it hurts. Please accept this cyber {{{HUG!!!}}}

      • My chest feels tight just at the prospect of losing my cat – I am glad you have a new friend in your life! I pity people who don’t know the comfort of animals.

        • NYCGlamourpuss

          Me too – they’re just such amazing little beings.

    • AnneElliot

      I’m sorry to hear that, I know how awful that is. My previous dog died five years ago and I still get choked up thinking about her.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      My sympathy-that is such a tough loss.

  • Officially lost it at cubist Boy George.

    (The christmas tree is adorrrrable, though.)

    • 3boysful

      Ya gotta admit the makeup is clever. Bizarre and unsettling, but clever.

      • CelandineM

        I was wondering how long she was able to keep her eye shut and hold her half sneer. That’s some dedication.

  • teensmom99

    I wish we could all just write her a memo and say: “Steffi, we love you. You don’t have to do the shoe thing any more. That is so 2010 & we’ll love you in normal shoes that humans walk in. As to Christmas tree Steffi: I’m Jewish and it made me happy.

    • She looks so good in regular shoes, like a nice platform Louboutin. Maybe she has a height complex.

  • Vickiefantastico

    The Christmas tree outfit is the Steffi I used to love. Whimsical, silly, and yet fun. Somehow, the first one embodies all that I don’t like about her fashion now. It’s like I’m getting slapped in the face with “it’s art, darling, ART,” and I just don’t appreciate it. That is, I find it annoying. The other two outfits (costumes?) fall in the middle of those two extremes. They’re okay, but they don’t cause me to feel much of anything.

    • NYCGlamourpuss

      You know the first thing I thought of when I saw the Christmas tree outfit? Did you ever see SNL when they did the fake commercial for Michael Buble’s “Holiday Duets” album? He was the musical guest, so they had various cast members dressed as different celebrities who you could never picture him doing a duet with. So they did Gaga, and all it was was a fully decorated Christmas tree with two big eyeballs where the face should be!

  • PastryGoddess

    Does she have her eyelid taped down? or is that just a patch she’s wearing over her eye.

    I love all of it. It’s not whackadoodle for the sake of being whackadoodle…well maybe that batshit disco super villian getup is

  • Well what the fuck is wrong with me, that the only one I don’t like, on at least some level, is the disco ball number?

    • demidaemon

      You drank the Gaga Koolaid?

      • Surely it’s that I am capable of being open to the possibilities of her being somewhat amusing, some of the time. I’m generous.

        • demidaemon

          Of course. 😉

    • decormaven

      It’s the holidays- you’re distracted by the tinsel.

  • lexilexi

    I like him without the hair.

  • ashtangajunkie

    That was a lot to take in all at once. Usually I say that when a Gaga post contains one look, but four…I think I feel a little drunk.

  • Pterodactyl111

    So the second outfit is what I will be wearing to the Christmas party I’m going to this weekend.

    • marlie

      Pictures or it didn’t happen. 😉

  • boweryboy

    Yes, but is it art Eddy?

  • Kitty Shepherd

    Is she legally required to wear those hideous shoes 70% of the time?

  • 3boysful

    Clearly Steffi is proud of her ability to stand up/walk in those clodhoppers She seems to basically wear the same shoe every day. Some podiatrist will be putting his kids thru private college all by her.

    • Imasewsure

      Didn’t she already have hip surgery because of those monstrosities? I’m sure she claimed it was the dancing but I blame those ugly stupid shoes

  • Evan

    Sometimes I wonder if she wears those shoes because she’s so short. That’s the only reason I can think of as to why she would wear those monstrosities ALL THE TIME.

  • stubbornthoughts

    #1: Hate the shoes, love everything else. She actually looks great in dreads, and I hate myself for saying that.
    #3: Definitely thought for a second she was a toddler in a tiara.
    #4: Did she really go around with one eye closed?

    • #3, yep, and with diaper on her head. Maybe more like the exploded remains of a tiara’d toddler’s mom.

  • jilly_d

    #1 – I cannot with white dreads but DAT FACE. Easily the best makeup she’s had in ages.

    #2 – Steffi the Grinch. My heart grew 2 sizes.

    #3 – meh.
    #4 – “Cubist Boy George” – *chokes on blueberry muffin* Nailed it, boys.

  • Imasewsure

    At least she got to that last outfit before Zosia Mamet saw it…for some reason it made me think of her and that’s not a good thing.
    I love that La G has brought back Elton John’s 70’s wackiness but I prefer my ridiculous platforms to have goldfish in them, thank you very much!!

  • majorbedhead

    The Cubist Boy George look is disturbing me for some reason, but I have to say, I love that first look unreservedly. And the Christmas tree one is awfully cute. Like Cindy Lou Who got caught in the branches.

  • Constant Reader

    I like the idea of cubist Boy George, but I think wearing grandma’s suit, socks, and shoes fails on the execution. Love the other looks, though — enough to ignore the hobble platforms.

  • Her friends need to stage an intervention for her terrible foot-high black shoes. She keeps wearing them and they are no good for her at all. Grab them and burn them, friends of Steffi!

  • Clueless_Jock

    Love these looks though I have to wonder how much time she spends getting styled and dressed in the morning.

  • Paigealicious

    The dreads (and her makeup in the dreads outfit) look awesome!!

  • ThaliaMenninger

    She exhausts me.

  • MilaXX

    Hate those stupid black shoes she wears. The best look is the Xmas tree one. I’ll take any of these over the dirty barefoot look any day of the week.

  • indigospade

    Dreadlocks <3 I wish more people would wear them, even if schools and businesses seem to look down on it as a "radical and distracting trend" just because it's not sleek and straight.

    • conniemd

      My daughter the attorney just won a case against a resort that required
      its employees to wear “conservative” hair which they interpreted to mean
      no cornrows as discriminatory against black people. Dumb, dumb, dumb.
      Any hair or clothing is context specific, not to mention the obviously discriminatory aspect of prohibiting dreadlocks or cornrows. I love the dreadlocks on Melissa Harris Perry on MSNBC.

      • Good on her. I was really disturbed to read about BP firing an employee for wearing a dashiki and having her hair braided. I know America has stupid employment laws, but that is ridiculous.

        Anyway, I know a couple of white women with dreadlocks that really suit them, but mostly… not.

    • Sarah

      I wore them for 13 years. (Yes I’m Caucasian, and yes I maintained a job and have a college degree!) I had so much hate coming from so many people in that time, but also plenty of love. The worst was when I was shopping with my mother at Christmas, and some fool screamed “wash that shit whore” out of his car window as we crossed the street in front of a store. My mother, who of course accepted me fully, couldn’t understand why A. He thought I didn’t wash my hair and B. He felt I was a whore because of it. I was disappointed to have to tell her that this was pretty common occurrence (although a particularly nasty instance.) And for the record: I had perfectly legitimate sociological reasons for the hairdo, but I don’t think anyone should have to defend their hair choices to any body. Regardless, the vitriol it inspires in people is your answer why more people don’t wear it, in addition to a mistaken belief it is a dirty mess.

      • marlie

        There was a (white) girls in my conservative prep school class back in the 90s who got into a lot of trouble for having her hair in dreads. Supposedly, it wasn’t “appropriate” for the school’s image, though there were a number of the “goth” girls who had half their hair shaved, or dyed pink, and that was ok. We all called bullshit, and eventually they backed off. And then she dyed her dreads green. 😀

        • Sarah

          Bullshit indeed. I worked in a public library for those whole 13 years. I was lucky to have supportive and accepting supervisors. I also had enough social cache in my small town to pull that off, and the background to “back it up.” What bugs me is that kids who are just trying to express themselves for a while or try out a new persona (which everyone does to some degree) get labeled as super-anti establishment or crazy punk rock (which they might or might not want) if they try it. Or they get discrimination from people who think it is their ethnic property to wear them and no one else’s (which is not fair either – I don’t begrudge anyone their heritage, but it is the 21st century). ‘S not fair, just as your story exemplifies.

          • marlie

            She was definitely experimenting and trying to be a little bit “counter culture,” and rebelling against her Main Line roots, but she was committed to having them/maintaining them for a time, so I (and the rest of my close-knit class) got behind her. It also helped that she was also a good student, and well-liked, so people were willing to come to her defense. Also, TEENAGER.

          • Sarah

            Yeah, it might be worse when you’re an adult. I guess I figured that I was in for it, and I was grown (19-32) when I had them, so I could defend myself if need be. I feel bad for the kids.

  • David Calder

    Her face in that first shot! She’s like Gwen Rasta-fani!

  • Jenny E

    My 3 year old saw the first picture and asked me why that lady had string cheese on her head!

  • Vizion


    Now that I have that off my chest,.. she’s actually rocking the dreads. I wish they didn’t look so obviously fake and piled on top of her real hair but you can’t have everything. The dress is hot and holy shit, she’s grown up.

  • Nicole Walraven

    love the gold dress. i adore Lady Gaga when she does the more “high” fashion looks. Her more…artsy stuff I find way less appealing. it mostly looks slapped together and kind of cheap and tacky to me. i wish i could be there when she gets dressed in the morning, just to see what that process is like.

    • lifeisastory

      I am sure she stands motionless and completely silent on some sort of pedestal, while numerous handmaidens and acolytes flutter around her, attiring her in the chosen garb for the day.

      • Nicole Walraven

        i’m sure that’s true. probably some trained lemurs as well…because getting dressed by any old entourage is just far too normal.

        i’m mostly curious about how the garb is chosen. i wonder if each one is planned days in advance, and they’re all lined up, waiting for their time. some days it looks like they dump a bunch of stuff in a garbage bag and then she reaches in and chooses 4 things at random.

  • clatie

    those aren’t dreads, that’s doll hair after it’s shampoo-ed

    • Qitkat

      Industrial sized middle school janitor’s mop.

  • rainwood1

    I’ve got to give her credit. That’s a real Christmas tree on her head. And she really goes for it which I kind of admire except when it comes to the shoes. The shoes just plain disturb me.

  • manina

    I also love the christmas tree; it’s the fun Gaga. The rest, trying too hard. I am thinking that at the rate she is going, she is going to have to rent a four story high warehouse, to keep her dresses, before she even turns 40.

  • formerlyAnon

    I am down with all four, to varying degrees. Her left eye (on our right) all by itself decrees to me that Cubist Boy George wins the day.

    (Also, while I despise white boy/girl dreads, when they are so obviously a wig, they get a pass.)

  • BrooklynBomber

    Wow. That eye is something. The clothes are all cool, but the shoes are getting stale.

  • Sue_Asponte

    I love the Christmas tree present, but just had to invoke the Hair Bowl dress. Anyone remember the Project Runway hair bowl? This is reminding me.

  • nothirteen

    The Christmas tree outfit kind of reminds me of a tomato.

  • rondele

    I love all of it. I really enjoy her costumes. She seems to poke fun at all the different artistic forms, and does it with a wink and a little laugh.

  • quiltrx

    Man, her face is FLAWLESS in that first look! The others are fun, and not too batshit-insane except the makeup in that last one (George would NEVER go out with a hiddy face like that!).

  • lifeisastory

    Please explain to me why she puts so much effort into her daily costume changes, but the effort ends at her ankles? Why those black skyscraper shoes all the time? You’d think she’d put as much creative energy into her footwear as she does the rest of the outfit.I don’t get it.

    • Sarah

      To prove she can sport them, I reckon. It’s proven, so she can move on.

  • SewingSiren

    1. Susanne Bartsch
    2. Any Who down in Whoville.
    3. Patti LaBelle
    4. Leigh Bowery

    • BrooklynBomber

      1. Susanne Bartsch
      2. Any Who down in Whoville.


  • Babeso

    This chick is FAB!

    Love the dreads on her!

  • jjtxgrrl

    Amazing. I love the beautiful and artsy stuff so much better than the crusty stuff.

    Love cubist Boy George. Damn.

  • amanda lynn

    Love Love Love.

  • nannypoo

    OK, that eye in the last one is just creepy.

  • pookiesmom

    Cubist Boy George is the first costume I’ve seen her in where I’ve actually bought into the performance art vibe that she strives for so often. It’s just the right amount of surreal and creepy.

    • decormaven

      And even though I’m not a fan of the lemon yellow shoes, it is tres refreshing not to see those black mega clodhoppers.

  • Anne

    Hey, Ham! I’m a Picasso!

  • Richard Banger

    I feel like Steffi lost her touch when she lost (fired) Hot Ginger Handler.

  • Jacob Bowen

    THIS IS THE GAGA I LOVE!!!!! I am a fan of all 4 outfits. especially the dreads and the last outfit. The Christmas Tree outfit is also FANTASTIC. “Ho, ho Christmas, my Christmas Trees’ delicious”. Time for Gaga’s Christmas song!!!

  • LuisaNL

    “Cubist Boy George” is just sheer genius. And spot on.

  • RCH

    I kind of imagine she has so extremely low self-esteem that she does all this nonsense so nobody would call her ugly, cause she herself does it already.

  • queen b*tch

    Cubist Boy George did me in! I LOVE IT!!!!

  • d4divine

    Lol…gotta love her for just going for it!!

  • BKagainwiththesweatpants

    Not a Gaga fan, but Xmas Judy Jetson is dee-lightful.

  • NYCGlamourpuss

    Hate the first and the last, love the two in between.

  • MannahattaMamma

    The boy george thing is brilliant. But you know what would be truly shocking? Like blow-your-mind-nutty? If she went out in … jeans and a t-shirt and sneakers. Craaaazy.

  • MoHub

    And she actually looks as if she’s in on the joke1

  • Deb Oswald

    I laughed out loud at the cubist Boy George. I am sorry but that is just all sorts of awesome. I can’t wait to show my hs kids this!! I am an art teacher and this was just the best ever. Actually, I love all of them, she is just funny now. Fabulous.

  • NDC_IPCentral

    A cheery start to a snowy day. Loved ’em all, especially Christmas and Cubist. The silver get-up, though, looks like a frontal wedgie in progress. Makes me want to grab the “hem” (such as it is) and adjust.

  • jspark

    Did Daphne Guiness ever wear dreads? If so I’m thinking there might be a theme to her looks… British paparazzi bait.

  • Jecca2244

    i always looks at these images then imagine that she goes home, angrily rips off this whole schtick, and plops down on the couch next to her bf in a pair of jeans to watch some CW shows

  • marlie

    Fashion Gaga in the first picture looks pretty amazing. I don’t like the second, in which it looks like she is the skirt around the bottom of a Christmas tree. The third picture gives the visual illusion that her head is WAY bigger than her body, and the fourth picture… Art Gaga is SO not my favorite.

  • Alexis Boucher

    I love #2. It just seems fun and not so SERIOUS ARTIST.
    The shoes in #4 may be ugly as sin, but at least she can walk in them.

  • ojosazules

    The wig in the first look is wonderful- and they did a good job at the hairline, for once. Love the cut of the gold dress.
    Lucky Lady to spend all her time playing dress up.

  • KinoEye

    Cubist Boy George. That, ladies and gentleman, is why I visit this site every day. Bravo. Also, super disco villain. LOVING those glasses.

    ETA: Every time I see Hot Bald Handler, he has more and more of a thousand yard stare going on. He’s seen things. Things human eyes were not meant to see. Wish I could read his thoughts. Of course, that’s not the only thing I wish I could do with him 😉

    • boweryboy

      I agree. I still miss Hot Ginger Handler, but Hot Bald Handler isn’t bad at. all.

      • Tracy_Flick

        I wonder what Hot Ginger Handler is up to, these days? I miss him too.

        • boweryboy

          I read somewhere in the comments awhile back that he left to form his own handler business.

          • hope he employs only hot gingers!

          • Tracy_Flick

            I wish I needed handling. Sigh.

          • Pennymac

            I wish HE needed handling. LOL

    • Erica_Vuitton

      Hot Bald Handler does the male vocals on her song “Government Hooker” and yeah… he sounds JUST as hot as he looks!!

  • LeelaST

    HAHAHAHAHA! Love Her!

  • These outfits look like a lot of fun. Like the Mona Lisa outfit, but the Boy George outfit is “art” AND fun, with fun being the operative word.

  • Sam Smith

    I just don’t understand the point of these costumes. She is super famous, super talented, these costume changes read desperation to me. I like the first look, the rest grates on my nerves.

  • RaritySparkle

    I ADORE the Christmas dress. The dress is fun and cute, the tree is REAL tree branches and has REAL ornaments on it. And she has green hair to match. That’s it: I’m calling for a Gaga Christmas Album. Who’s with me? She can make her own cracktastic Christmas songs, but I’m betting she can also do justice to some classic carols. Gaga singing “Carols of the Bells” or “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.” Whoo!

    • Erica_Vuitton

      Download “Christmas Tree” by Gaga and Space Cowboy! Or check out her “A Very Gaga Thanksgiving” from last year for “White Christmas” & “Orange Colored Sky”.

      • Jacob Bowen

        A Very Gaga Christmas has been on my Spotify ALL holiday season, that special was SO good! Of course “Christmas Tree” is a classic!

  • NYCGlamourpuss

    Hey Uncles? First off, I’m sorry to use the Gaga post to ask this, but I didn’t know where else to put it (and Gaga gets herself into some high drag of sorts!), but are you going to be recapping RPDR S6? They just released the cast of queens – are you doing an intro post?

    Again, so sorry to place this where it doesn’t really belong, but I wasn’t sure where else to ask. Thanks!

  • it’s living picasso with a touch of the late richard on boardwalk empire…sniffle…sob…sigh

    off topic: the site is still loading slow today, but better than yesterday’s intolerable wait.

  • Erica_Vuitton

    YESSS!!! ALL OF THE YESS TO ALL OF THESE!!!! “Ho Ho Christmas! My Christmas tree’s delicious!!”

  • Fatima Siddique

    I see white dreads and all I can think of are the villainous albino twins from Matrix Reloaded.

  • rkdgal

    For the life of me, I can’t find the pickle on #2. Maybe it’s on the backside. (Of course, Steffi snarkers will say she’s hiding the pickle under her outfit, but that’s just mean.)

  • I’m there for the first two but the others are tedious.

  • Milos Mom

    That yellow dress is one of the best things I have seen her wear in forever. And I LOVE Gorilla arms!!!!!!

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    Damn if I wasn’t going to say Boy George, and TLo confirms-cubist, too! I do love the shape of that yellow/gold dress, despite the very funky arms.
    Maybe the insane discoball is what Cruella de Ville would wear if she wanted to bust loose?

  • prettybigkitty

    Yes I really do want to hurt her sometimes. She’s been more miss than hit lately.

  • DeTrop

    How did my mop head wind up on the Lady? I’m standing here with an empty stick in my hand.

  • katiessh

    urgh. that is all

  • Le_Sigh

    Katy Perry is gagging with envy (pun intended) that she didn’t come up with / wear #2

  • Andrea Lentz

    her make-up in #1 is so flawless she should just walk around naked with that face

  • lesmaha

    I can’t with the mop, but the other looks are kinda smart and fun.

  • guest2visits

    Gotta say, looks like she’s having fun. She is her own parade. Marching band included.
    Actually think that 1st look is killer from the waist up.