This outfit looks good Nubie. Details is very nice, looks like a real outfit instead of painted on. I got to put this on a sim, thanks!
Thanks :) I'm sure I'll find a sim to wear this :) haha
Not even a Gaga fan, but I love this outfit!High quality and beautiful. Thanks, Anubis!
The "Lady Gaga" title turns me off a lot, but it still looks like a well-made outfit.
I agree with B, it looks great.
It's so well made. o:
It's gorgeous and different, I will download, even though I'm not a Lady Gaga fan either.
I'm also not a Gaga fan (though I don't have anything against her), but I too will be downloading this one. Real nice!
The main topic at Chicago’s program directors’ meeting this week was Lady Gaga’s Born This Way album falling off the charts worldwide. It was expected, by Lady Gaga, to become the album of the decade. But even with the album selling for 99 cents, it still hasn’t made a dent.More suspicious, however, is Rolling Stone Magazine’s sudden “official” announcement that Lady Gaga is the “Queen of Pop.” Most of the people at the meeting agree that Lady Gaga’s PR team is paying Rolling Stone money to hype her up while her career is dying down.Music retail manager Darius McCain thinks Rolling Stone isn’t relevant enough to be making these announcements. “Rolling Stone magazine has seized to be relevant since the 1990s. They act as PR agents rather than an actual magazine. Remember—this is the same magazine that gave Bruce Springsteen’s recent Working on a Dream album 5 stars while it was panned by fans and critics.”Program Director Ralph Espinoza isn’t surprised. “Lady Gaga is a has-been now. Her album flopped. Her last two singles flopped. She is being sued for pocketing money that was supposed to go for charity. Lady Gaga is a prostitute and Rolling Stone is her pimp. This is the same magazine that, at the height of the 'Born This Way' plagiarism controversy, claimed that “Express Yourself” is a much worse song."Meanwhile, a Latino civil rights group called Chicanos Unidos Arizona is set to file a lawsuit against Lady Gaga next week for pocketing money from Latinos that was supposed to go to Japan.
What's up with that hair? LOL.
@July 4, 2011 6:06 PMBorn This Way was the third highest selling album ever, beaten out by Oops!... I Did It Again. Even without the Amazon sales, the album sold more than Femme Fatale, Teenage Dream, and every other recent releases. If you're a conspiracist it'd make a lot of sense that Gaga's management paid for her to get the queen of pop title. Although, the illuminati would also exist and let's not even start on modern warfare. In all truth, Gaga outsold everyone on the list and has already influenced pop culture (everyone's losing their pants now). Born This Way didn't flop, to say an album which went number 1 in over 20 countries flopped is hillarious and plain wrong. Gaga has maintained that no profit has been made and all prices were made with legal standards in mind. She is also open and co-operative with investigation. And she'll have more money than you ever will. Sucks to be you! Cute try though.
"This misguided lawsuit is without merit and unfortunately takes attention away from the kind deeds of the fans around the world who are supporting the people of Japan. The entire $5 donation made with the purchase of each bracelet is going to support the disaster relief. No profit is being made on shipping costs. Sales tax charges were made in accordance with local legal requirements. Lady Gaga has personally pledged her own funds to this cause and continues to support the victims of the disaster." 'nough said.
Is there a way I can get the sim?! Its beautiful!!!