Lady Gaga is pulling off Kylie Minogue energy while in a futuristic white hooded dress with a leggy thigh slit. The singer and House of Gucci actress quickly had her Instagram followers getting major Minogue vibes in a photo this week, one posted as part of her W Mag shoot.
Gaga gained over 700,000 likes in a day as she posed looking stunning in her crisp-white dress, also donning massive platform heels and holding a rose. She got only love, plus celebrity attention. Check it out below.
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It comes as Gaga makes headlines for possibly being tipped to land herself an Oscar for HOG. The 35-year-old yesterday shared multiple snaps including her W Mag cover – here, the blonde rocked a cut-out and black dress with a massive flower chest detail, also highlighting her signature arm tattoos.
Next up, a red satin cape look as editing played around with the placement of the “Bad Romance” singer’s head, with the final look seeing her slip into her white number. See it below.
The Alejandro hitmaker, posing in her hooded look and just about peeping her peroxide-blonde hair, held a single red rose to her hip, writing: “@WMag.”
Fire emoji quickly poured in, with singer Bebe Rexha also leaving a like. Many fans likened the look to the one donned by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her 2001 hit Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.
The magazine feature largely brought Gaga discussing her 2021 movie role in House of Gucci, co-starring Al Pacino and Salma Hayek.
When asked if she found her Patrizia character through fashion, the Haus Labs founder replied:
“Yes and no. The most important element in becoming Patrizia was dyeing my own hair brown. I couldn’t be blonde with that Italian accent—I was still myself. It was also important to me that the film not be a red carpet: Fashion was a key part of Patrizia’s survival. She tried so hard, but she was never as shiny as the Guccis.” Skip the jump for more.
Gaga, also known for 2018 movie A Star is Born, continued:
“On the last day of filming, I was on the balcony of my apartment in Rome, and I was blasting Dean Martin singing “Mambo Italiano,” and I had a cigarette hanging out of my mouth.”
“I was Patrizia. But I knew I had to say goodbye to her: Large swarms of flies kept following me around, and I truly began to believe that she had sent them. I was ready to let her go,” she concluded.