Lady Gaga wearing a meat corset while performing in Bucharest
Lady Gaga first caused a stir when she wore a dress made entirely of meat to the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010.
Lady Gaga, 26, has raised the steaks once again by stepping out in a carnivorous creation as she performed in Bucharest, Romania, last night.
Taking to the stage in Piata Constitutiei Square, the singer showed off her voluptuous figure in a skimpy thong style corset, which appeared to be fashioned out of meat.
With matching ankle boots and fishnet tights completing the look, the Born This Way hitmaker showcased a more curvaceous figure than usual as she performed in front of 35,000 fans.
But the food-based fashion item wasn’t the only unusual look the star went for, with Lady Gaga also opting for a bizarre white ram’s head hat and matching futuristic dress at one stage during the gig, before changing into a black gothic-inspired creation.
However, it might have been that her choice of outfit made the New Yorker feel somewhat nauseous
According to onlookers, halfway through the performance, Lady Gaga had to leave the stage to vomit.
Lady Gaga told the crowd: “I went backstage and vomited, and I did not want you to see this… It happens to me sometimes.”
Despite her health ailment, Lady Gaga continued with the show, and at one stage even dragged a delighted young fan and his mother up on to the stage.
The star first wore a meat dress to the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010, before going on to pose in a beefy bikini on the cover of Vogue Hommes Japan.
And despite coming under fire from vegetarian campaigners for her controversial choice of clothing, the star explained her ensemble was aimed to make a statement about human rights.
Lady Gaga told Ellen DeGeneres in an interview: “Well, it is certainly no disrespect to anyone that is vegan or vegetarian.
“As you know, I am the most judgment-free human being on the earth. However, it has many interpretations but for me this evening.
“If we don’t stand up for what we believe in and if we don’t fight for our rights, pretty soon we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our own bones. And, I am not a piece of meat.”