Lady Gaga suffers wardrobe malfunction during concert in Vancouver

ANI
ANI13 January 2013

New York, Jan 13(ANI): Lady Gaga, whose leather pants ripped off on the stage during her third concert of the 'Born This Way Ball' tour, kept the show going even after suffering the wardrobe malfunction.

The 26-year-old pop singer's pants were torn right up the back, revealing the fishnet stockings she was wearing underneath, the New York Daily News reported.

According to the Rolling Stone magazine, the American singer's wardrobe mishap happened while she was performing on 'Heavy Metal Lover' from her new album.

Gaga, who kicked off the show in her own style with a mechanical horse and her infamous meat dress, donned black leather pants and arched her back into the shape of a motorcycle which was being rode across the stage by a female backup dancer.

The 'Just Dance' singer, who recently tweeted that, she was nervous before the show, seemed to have arched a little bit too seductively.

Despite the slip-up, Gaga asserted to her fans that no matter how many rhinestones on her jeans, no matter how many fancy wigs she has she doesn't give a f*** about anything but her fans and the music.(ANI)

Doing Denim

A more human way to work.

Do amazing. Try GoToMeeting today.

Need renters insurance? Get your quote here.

Amica Insurance offers renters discounts, plus the industry’s best service. Protect your possessions and get 24/7 support. Click for a free quote.

Last chance in Loudoun!

Virginia Manor’s final phase offers expansive homesites on a quiet street backed by mature hardwoods. From the $630s.

Black Out

Built For Your Busy Life

All our programs are 100% online pick your program and design your course schedule around your life.

Celebrate the Summer of Freedom in Williamsburg

Can a Greater Williamsburg vacation give you the freedom to have fun? Watch a real family find out.

When the going gets tough. Why Get a Loan From Us?

We keep the tough going with 2,300 convenient locations, 6,500 helpful employees & a 97% customer satisfaction rating. Talk about strength in numbers.