Time gives 2010 fashion statement title to Lady Gaga
on Monday,December 20,2010 14:12
Lady Gaga has rocketed to the top of the pop music charts, and now she finds herself at number one in Time magazine. The publication recently released its Top 10 of 2010 lists and the musician was awarded the title of best fashion statement.
Gaga is known for her outlandish outfits, ranging from flaming bras to electronically-animated gowns. The 24 year-old artist was honored with the 2010 Fashion Statement title for a dress she wore to the MTV Video Music Awards, which was made of meat. Gaga beat out other industry fashionistas, including Rihanna and M.I.A., on her way to the top.
The pop star told the media that her meat dress was not meant to offend anyone, but rather encourage individuals to stand up for their rights. When speaking to Ellen DeGeneres, she said that people who fail to do so will have nothing left but the "meat on their bones," according to Yahoo.
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