Lady Gaga asked viewers to mask up while speaking at Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, and she led by example.
During her different appearances during the show, Gaga showed a noteworthy assortment of covers, however it’s reasonable for accept she didn’t get these at GAP or have them sent to her by her aunt who can sew.
Lady Gaga’s masks were the real winner of the MTV VMAs
These veils were 100% what one would anticipate from Gaga, the lady who once made charcuterie into a design articulation.
Underneath, we rank Gaga’s brilliantly OMG PPE – in light of the fact that why not?
The “Rain On Me” performance mask
The mask Gaga wore during her performance is not something you’d probably want to be rocking if you were actually being rained on. For her electric duet with Ariana Grande. Gaga sported a mask with an electronic edge that seemed to respond to the notes she was belting. Perhaps it was her way of proving she was actually singing, which seems like the kind of thought only an artist like Gaga would have. If ever replicated by Best Buy, this mask would sell out faster than you could say “brain piano.”
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The artist of the year/TRICON award mask
Potentially supported by Reynolds Wrap, this veil was certainly the most available of Gaga’s facial covers. It’s glitz without being excessively, such as something you’d wear to an especially fantastic outing to CVS. Gaga probably had specific friendship for this one, as she wore it twice on Sunday’s transmission. Once while tolerating craftsman of the year and again to acknowledge her TRICON grant.
The best collaboration mask
Lady Gaga acknowledges the honor best coordinated effort grant for “Downpour on Me,” including Ariana Grande.
This entire look appeared as though something created by the group at FOX’s “The Masked Singer” – in the most ideal way. It was impressively fowl, without being foul. The veil itself resembled a Project Runway competitor would assemble if the test was to create just utilizing materials from Home Depot. They’d win, incidentally.