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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Five Best Fan Outfits From Monday's Lady Gaga Concert

Posted By on Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 2:53 PM

We had lots to say about the onstage spectacle and costumes of Monday night's Lady Gaga concert in San Jose, but as with any recent Gaga show, what happened onstage isn't even that nuts compared with what some fans wore to prove their belonging in the clan of little monsters. Here are the five best costumes from Monday's show, as captured by photographer Christopher Victorio. (And while you're going Gaga, don't miss the full slideshow of Gaga fan costumes and photos from the actual performance).


1. Pokerface
Little monsters are dedicated, sure, but going to a concert with only cut-out eyeholes to peep through? That's just ridiculous. Isn't it also a waste of a not-so-cheap ticket?
Christopher Victorio - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
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2. Bloody dude

We didn't see this exact outfit in any of Gaga's videos, but it grabbed our eyeballs anyway. Extra points for originality and liberal use of fake blood.
Christopher Victorio - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
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  • Christopher Victorio
Christopher Victorio - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
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  • Christopher Victorio
Christopher Victorio - CHRISTOPHER VICTORIO
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