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Lady Gaga recreates iconic outfits to encourage fans to vote

Lady Gaga recreates iconic outfits to encourage fans to vote
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Lady Gaga has recreated some of her most iconic looks, including her famous meat dress, in an effort to encourage fans to vote.

The Oscar-winning star rocked eight memorable looks for the three-minute video shared on the How to Vote website, during which she told her fans to cast their vote in the upcoming presidential election in the U.S. on Tuesday.

"I want to say something to those of you who have already voted though: thank you, thank you, thank you. You did your part and I love you for it," Gaga told the camera, as she wore her Armani structured mirrored mini dress and yellow wig from her Monster Ball Tour.

She then changed into her blue bodysuit from the Poker Face music video, complete with platinum blonde wig.

"If you voted, while I applaud you, I don't need to talk to you. I need to talk to people who don't have a plan to vote, are undecided, people who are unsure if they even believe in voting at all," the 34-year-old stated, as she rocked her Versace bejeweled leotard from her Super Bowl halftime show back in 2017.

She then switched up her outfit into merchandise from her Chromatica tour, and sported a giant pink feathered mask.

"If you want to change this system, if you want this country to be different than it is right now, you have got to participate in this election," the A Star is Born actress explained. "When they announce who has won this election, it will be very clear what this country has become."

Gaga then changed into a more casual look with a checked shirt with biker shorts, before switching into a cowgirl-inspired outfit from around the time she released her Joanne album.

And for her final look, Gaga reprised the meat dress, designed by Franc Fernandez, that she wore to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards.

"Let's be real: you know who I voted for," she said, referencing her support for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. "But believe me and listen to me now. Even if you disagree with me, your vote still matters to the world. You can vote early but you can't vote late."


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