In Amsterdam, Gaga wears towering pink hair and a Margiela tux, while in Berlin, she's in hair-bow and thigh-hight boots. In Hong Kong, she wears a Marjan Pejoski harlequin catsuit (the same designer who produced Bjork's iconic swan outfit for the Academy Awards), while in Shanghai, the singer wears an angular Orschel-Read dress with thigh high patent boots. Back in London, we're graced with Gaga in Giorgio Armani glittering trouser suit, plus a Philip Treacy telephone hat; as originally worn for a Jonathan Ross appearance, and recreated especially for Madame Tussauds by the designer.
Madame Tussauds' London General Manager, Edward Fuller, said today :"The demand to include Lady Gaga has been overwhelming and we are more than happy to oblige...We are delighted to have been able to work with Philip Treacy to ensure the look is spot on and look forward to seeing the other styles at our sister attractions as they go public across the day.
Five Lady Gagas have now been launched, with only the Las Vegas, Hollywood and New York wax works remaining under wraps; leaving Gaga's 'Little Monsters' guessing as to which outfits they will be wearing- and whether her Franc Fernandez meat dress is deemed a practical option for a permanent display.More