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Saturday, March 5, 2011

That's one way to make an exit! Lady Gaga says a cheeky goodbye to Toronto in revealing outfit

Cinemimi[Saturday, March 05, 2011]
Lady Gaga left a Toronto hotel today but not before giving patrons a glimpse of her very cheeky side.
The pop star left staff and fellow patrons with a lasting impression after exiting the establishment in a leather bra and tights which showed off her leopard print underwear underneath.
The 24-year-old phenomenon carried a coat but resisted wearing it despite the freezing temperatures and raised eyebrows.

Exposed: Lady Gaga left her hotel in Toronto, Canada, today wearing a revealing bra and underpants in the freezing winter temperature

Gaga wore a side swept long ponytail and her trademark heel-less boots.
The Born This Way hit-maker stopped in the rain to sign autographs for fans and pose for pictures before heading to her Buffalo concert.
She covered her eyes with dark glasses and accessorised with large hoop earrings, fingerless black leather gloves and pink and purple lipstick.

Globetrotter: The Born This Way singer is currently travelling around the world as part of her Monster Ball tour

Lady Gaga recently launched legal action against an London based ice cream company who are marketing a flavour made with human breast milk which they have called Baby Gaga.
Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, is to sue the Covent Garden outlet The Icecreamists over a product her lawyers call ‘nausea-inducing’ and ‘intended to take advantage of [her] reputation and goodwill’.
Baby Gaga, launched two weeks ago, consists of breast milk blended with vanilla pods and lemon zest.
In legal documents, the Icecreamists are accused of 'riding on the coattails' of Lady Gaga by using a waitress dressed like her to serve the product.

Little monsters: Gaga spent time in the rain posing for photographs with fans and taking pictures

They are told to 'change the name of the ice cream to something which is not aurally, visually or conceptually similar to Lady Gaga' or court action will be taken.
She claims the frozen dessert is 'detrimental' to her image as it is 'deliberately provocative and, to many people, nausea-inducing'.
The store was paying women $25 for 10 ounces of breast milk before local authorities seized its supply last week after complaints from two members of the public. The council is testing the ice cream for viral infections.
Its owner Matt O’Connor insisted 'every possible precaution' was taken over the recipe. He called Lady Gaga’s legal action 'utterly ridiculous' and said he would 'fight the case to the end'.
He told the Evening Standard: 'This is a David versus Goliath battle I’m convinced we will eventually win.
'The world’s biggest superstar has taken umbrage with the world’s smallest ice-cream parlour', he added.

Distasteful: Gaga has filed a lawsuit against a British ice cream maker for producing an ice cream flavour made of human breast milk called Baby Gaga

'As someone who has... recycled on an industrial scale the entire back catalogue of pop culture to create her look, music and videos, she might want to reconsider this allegation', Mr Connor said of the allegation they are 'riding her coattails'.
Last night at Gaga's show in Toronto she brought one of her biggest fans on stage - 10-year-old YouTube sensation Maria Aragon.
The youngster grew her own legions of fans after posting a video of herself covering Gaga's latest single Born This Way.
Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, welcomed the Winnipeg girl onstage at the Air Canada Canter to wild cheering from the audience.
The pair embraced, with an excited Gaga picking her fan up and twirling her around.

Idol: Gaga invited her biggest fan, YouTube sensation Maria Aragon on stage at the Air Canada Center to do a duet with her of Born This Way

They sat down together at the piano, with Maria perched on Gaga's lap, to perform her toned-down version of Born This Way.
'I'm really excited that Maria is here today, because Maria represents what this song is all about,' Gaga told the audience.
'It's all about the next generation and the future and no more divisiveness.'
Afterwards, the Grammy winner handed the microphone over to the confidant youngster, who thanked her idol.
Maria made international headlines last month when her tribute to the star, a video of her sitting at her keyboard playing Born This Way, received eight million hits in just five days.


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