Lady Gaga's 2010 MTV Video Music Awards dress was the talk of the red carpet 11 years ago.
And now, Gaga has recently shared that she was thrilled to wear her controversial meat gown at the VMAs.
She told British Vogue in a new interview, “We decided to do the meat dress because I thought to myself if we were willing to die for your country, what does it matter how you identify. This was ultimately designed by Franc Fernandez, but it was the brainchild of House of Gaga and we were backstage with Brandon Maxwell who was working as one of my stylists at the time.”
On how the idea came about, Gaga said, “It's actually Val Garland's idea. Val Garland the makeup artist. Her and I worked together for a long time and she shared a story with me where she had gone to a party wearing sausages and I thought this was quite funny and I said, ‘Well that's a great way to make sure that everybody leaves you alone at a party.'”