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Criticizing Lady Gaga’s fashion antics is like arguing with a fool, and we all know about that proverb so that’s not what we are focused on. The reality is there is time to be a fool and time to not be a fool, and presidential inaugurations are not the right time.

Lady Gaga Flopped

LadyGaga Missed The Memo! Instead of wearing something For The Red Carpet, it seemed like she decided to wear the red carpet in a hideous style look made by Schiaparelli Couture. The brand must have been overwhelmed with orders on the day and sent a dispatch rider to give her this outfit.

According to media sources, it was a customized outfit which shouldn’t be a surprise as no real official buyer would expect to see this on the runway. Not even Akuapem Poloo would select such a look.

A Moment In History

Her outfit was hailed by many political websites but we beg to differ.

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga arrives to sing the National Anthem during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2021. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, Pool)

A black with a ball gown skirt bottom finished with a FLYING DUCK for a crest (yes we are opened to the potential it could be a pigeon). Well done Gaga, not!

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga’s Fashion Was Not The Only Let Down

We missed out on watching the inauguration, but whether you support Biden or not, there is no doubt that America can no longer wear the badge of democracy on its own crest, after silencing a duly sitting president for attempting to challenge voting irregularities.

Thanks to Michelle Obama for saving fashion on the day in her stunning look.

PICS: Barack & Michelle Obama Go Viral As They Serve Amazing #CoupleGoals At Joe Biden’s Inauguration

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