Lady Gaga is called the Queen of dancehall performance for a reason and she always has a new act whenever she comes on stage. Back in 2010 she wore an outfit made of raw beef meat to receive her Grammy and it scared Eminem who was handing the award to the winners. Probably the first time Eminem had no control of his fears while in public.
But it 2013 Lady Gaga did it again at the London G.A.Y nightclub when she came on to perform her new song, Venus. The singer who came on stage with an awkwardly white make up decided to give the audience a rare view, by raising her gown which revealed her lady bits.
Towards the end of the show it seemed she got tired of her clothes and decided to take them all off. With her hands raised high in the air, she walked round the stage and gave the clubbers a once in a lifetime view at her body.
Once the show had ended she posted on her Twitter page, "Had an amazing night tonight at G-A-Y in London, after all these years you continue to inspire me. Can't wait for X-Factor tomorrow night."
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