It's Gaga for Go-Go.
Photos of Lady Gaga as a go-go dancer were posted all over her Little Monsters site, but rather than yanking them down or burying them, Ma Monster enjoyed the dance down memory lane. She even linked the photos to her Twitter page, since she has nothing to hide and is not ashamed of her past. As she summed up via a succinct and brilliant hashtag, it's a long way to the top if you wanna rock 'n' roll. That's what we call efficient hashtagging.
When in Milano, do as the Milanese do, and that means put your best fashion foot forward. Lady Gaga was in Milan, located in her ancestral country of Italy and she channeled fellow Italian, designer diva Donatella Versace, while wearing a safety pin dress that showed off plenty of her tattoos.
Rather than attack critics that have ridiculed her for her recent weight gain, Lady Gaga took the power back by launching Body Revolution 2013, where she posted unaltered photos of herself and her body, prompting her dedicated throng of little monsters to follow suit. It's sparking a tremendous dialogue and discussion, all the while helping to debunk body image myths. Experts have weighed in to celebrate the Gaga-generated movement for how much it can help girls struggling with their weight or who have distorted images of their bodies.
Going fresh-faced isn't usually an option for most famous folks, but certain women in pop music aren't afraid to bare their natural faces sans makeup. Such is the case with Lady Gaga and Rihanna, who have zero qualms about sharing photos of themselves without makeup all over the Internet. While both of these ladies are equally gorgeous in their own ways without their lipstick and mascara, who do you think looks best without makeup?