Lady Gaga makes Runway Debut in Thierry Mugler Paris Fashion Show
Finished up with her runway duties, Lady Gaga made her way back to North America as she jetted from Paris to Toronto on Thursday (March 3).
After exiting her private plane in the Canadian locale, the "Alejandro" singer posed for pictures in front of her bus for photographer Terry Richardson while gearing up for a Monster Ball concert at the Air Canada Centre.
As for her time in the City of Lights, Gaga made her much-awaited catwalk debut during the Thierry Mugler Ready to Wear show on Wednesday night.
Talking about the gig after strutting her stuff, the 24-year-old said, "[I thought that] for a fashion show, maybe he wants something a bit more underground, one of the more avant-garde records from the album, but he really wanted me to use ['Born This Way']."
She added, "He said it represented female empowerment and that's what the song is all about, and I think that's what Nicola is all about, and I'm just really proud to be here."
Also asked her thoughts on scandal plagued designer John Galliano's unsettling anti-semitic comments, Gaga refused to chime in, as she replied, "Let's skip that question. Let's keep it positive!"
After enjoying a meteoric rise to the top of the pop music industry, Lady Gaga recently said she's doing it all to honor her late aunt Joanne Germanotta.
The "Born This Way" songstress explained, "I really believe I have two hearts. I think I actually carry two souls in my body, and that I'm living out the rest of her life and her goodness — she died a virgin, she died never having experienced all these things that we all get to love and experience in our lives."
"I think that I work in her image. I work in this life as part pop singer and part humanitarian, and to do great things for people because she was a good person and I don't think she had enough time to do enough good."
GaGa also loves the connection she has with her fans. "I have so many young fans. I feel not only connected to them, but I feel responsible for them in many ways. They're very smart, my fans. They're very full of life. And it's an important thing for me to listen to them. And when they say, 'I feel disenfranchised,' I speak for them as much as I can. When they say, 'I'm confused, I don't know about certain things,' I research and take part in organizations that I can feel connected to."
Proudly displaying her oh-so-unique look, Lady Gaga got a bit catty as she made her way around Paris, France on Wednesday night (March 2).
Clad in a sheer leopard print ensemble, the "Poker Face" hitmaker offered up an array of interesting faces as she toted a champagne glass while being escorted around the City of Lights by a few helping hands.
As for the nighttime festivities, Lady Gaga offered up the first listen to a new track called "Government Hooker," which she's said is "one of my favorites" while adding that it "has more of a hip-hop beat."
She told, "We double-timed the beat. It's a super fast, really hard record, and the lyrics are really filthy. It's also empowering, but more in the direction of sexual female empowerment."
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