– Lady Gaga had another major wardrobe malfunction during her Enigma Las Vegas concert.
- – She had trouble buckling a harness during her performance of “Paparazzi.”
After you watch that one lady yell at someone in a parking lot while her kids listen to Kids Bop one more time, please direct your attention to Lady Gaga and her Enigma Las Vegas residency show. Ever since Gaga started her residency in December of last year, she’s made a bunch of headlines for it. Who can ever forget when she and Bradley Cooper did that “Shallow” duet or two weeks ago when she recovered from a nasty fall onstage? This time, Lady Gaga’s show is sparking some conversation on Twitter because she had a wardrobe malfunction.
Last night, a Twitter user and Katy Perry stan posted a few clips of Gaga’s show. One of the more interesting ones came in the form of a minute-long video in which Gaga couldn’t figure out how to fasten her harness before soaring through the air during “Paparazzi.” It’s not clear which exact show this video is from, but Gaga is truly struggling with her costume. And honestly, that lime-green loofah look does seem pretty unwieldy, so it’s understandable that she’d have this issue.
I can't believe that you all pay for this mess pic.twitter.com/04fdkMe6ew
— ALEJO'S IN HAWAII🍥 (@prismatickxty) November 4, 2019
While this seems really stressful, it actually isn’t the first time Gaga’s had this exact issue during her show, so she’s probably used to it by now. If you check her past “Paparazzi” performances on YouTube, you’ll find similar incidents where she is on that floating seat but can’t get the buckle to fasten. Usually she shouts, “How do I work this thing!” within a matter of seconds before being lifted into the air, but in this newish video, it takes her a while longer to figure it out.
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But the show always goes on!
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.
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