Lady Gaga takes the centre stage again as her controversial meat dress finds its way into a museum exhibition in America.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts, based in Washington DC, are currently hosting an exhibition called “Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power”. It is centred around female artists whom have contributed significantly to the rock and roll industry.
Lady Gaga’s iconic meat dress has been chosen to feature in the exhibition, as an acknowledgment of the eccentric outfits that she wears and the music that she has written.
A Lady Gaga tribute act, Mrs Sharon Chandler, explains that “I like the message that the meat dress sends across; people wear fur all the time, Gaga has just put a different spin on things”.