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Lady Gaga has done it again. She made herself the talk of the town with a fashion statement that cut straight to and through the bone. Lady Gaga's meat dress, as it has been affectionately dubbed, is the most talked about award show dress since Jennifer Lopez's tropical rainforest dream of a barely there Versace gown at the 2000 Grammys. Everyone wants to know more about the meat dress. What kind of beef was it? How was it made? Did it stink? Will it get its own VH1 reality show?
With regard to that question malodors: The answer, apparently, is that no, the meat dress did not "stink." At least that's what an MTV insider said. Maybe he just went overboard with cheap drug store deodorant body spray that night and subsequently lost his discerning sense of smell?
"It didn't smell at all," Ernesto Elias of MTV Music and Talent, who escorted Gaga to and from her seat throughout Sunday's show, told MTV News on Thursday (September 16). Although Gaga was rocking pounds of raw meat under the glare of the Nokia Theatre lights, Elias said the fleshy frock wasn't gag-inducing. "I actually was able to get a picture taken with her and kinda touched it. It was just your regular old feeling of meat." Source: MTV.com
The fact that the meat was raw raises another question: How long ago was this whole thing assembled? Did they keep it in the fridge until it was show time? So many meaty questions.
For those who are vegetarian or vegan, sorry. Maybe she'll rock a carrot top next year for you. And for those who prefer chicken over red meat, hey, a little iron never hurt anybody. For those who prefer fish: What kind of cruel monster are you? Can you imagine if Gaga sauntered past Rihanna, Drake and Katy Perry in a sardine dress? Sure, dumpster baby Ke$ha probably wouldn't flinch, but the rest of the auditorium would retch and pass out. Nobody wants to smell Chicken of the Sea in the presence of fine company.