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Lady Gaga uses voting for US election for small catwalk

2020-10-28T16:32:47.734Z

Lady Gaga is known for eye-catching outfits - and has been promoting voting in the US presidential election for weeks. Now she put her walk to the urn fashionable in scene.



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Lady Gaga (archive): Sandwiches with peanut butter and jam for the queue in front of the polling station

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Lady Gaga is not a friend of the subtle appearance.

Her appearance at the MTV Video Music Awards a few years ago is unforgettable: Gaga came wrapped in several layers of Argentinian beef.

The singer, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, also appeared in a striking plush look at this year's MTV awards ceremony - and won five awards.

Now Lady Gaga has submitted her election papers for the US presidential election - and did not want to go about it without glamor: In an oversized sweater that she wore as a dress and dizzying high heels, the singer strutted from her car to the beat of her song "Babylon" Ballot box.

A special accessory was the pin that read "I have chosen".

With her appearance she could also have opened a catwalk show.

In the past few weeks, the 34-year-old had repeatedly called for votes, shared information on voting and documented her voting process on Instagram and Twitter.

On Instagram, she posted a video in which she prepared sandwiches as a snack for the election.

Under the post, she wrote that voters should prepare for the long lines in front of the polling stations.

She smeared herself - classically American - sandwiches with peanut butter and jam.

The sandwiches no longer appear in her catwalk video.

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Source: spiegel

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