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Summary: Is the mix up of the different wearing of lady gaga predict the fashion of the fashion trend of the future, will you be the one to follow? Lady Gaga’s zentai suits’ wearing is surely leads the zentai fashion. In the future, the zentai fashion will be the mainly trends in the fashion world.

These days, there is weird lady name herself lady gaga has been known by all over the world. She is not as beautiful as Jennifer Aniston, she is not as charming as Angelina Jolie, and also her song was not as popular as Beyonce, but she is famous now. her show up lead to burst of screaming and discussion. Many stars also specifically to imitate her dress. She is dinger first, but what we know more about her is her "Minnie Mouse head". The bow hair, white bodysuits, sexy lingerie with a jacket, the sexy catsuits with a Gothic black jacket and the sexy underwear really frighten the world. When those weird clothing goes with the Flip-Up Shades sunglasses, she is the weird lady in the mixing of different styles.



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Her weird wearing style may mislead the world fashion, but it benefits lots of the manufacturers of the bodysuits and sexy lingerie, especially the china wholesale companies. In the next two or three month, lady gaga will be the one that the entire world followed. And the manufacture is surely being the sunrise industry. Especially the one like mialnoo.com, whose products are in varied styles and low price, will earn the most of the market share.

 

Lady Gaga's slogan is: "I am not fashion brand, stacking materials, I create fashion!" As if she is the fashion brand. Lady Gaga is the best representative is the "Minnie Mouse head" which is now popular all over the world, has been a public social model and lots of actress rushing to imitate. And some of the netizens even said that it is the copy from Ms Bai in Chinese play The Legend of White Snake. The only difference is that lady gaga’s Minnie head is white.

 

Her extremely thick mascara, "electrician" style sunglasses, gelatinous bodysuits, underwear in a jacket, leather corset, tight-fitting briefs and three-dimensional structural coat is surely exist before and lady gaga is the one who dare to mix them up and show to the public. Now image who dare to wear the underwear in a coffee house and walking on the street, only lady gaga could, but in the future, all we can.
 
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We notice that lady gaga never wear pants. No matter on the street or the vocal concert. do you want to dressed like lady gaga, surely no body want to at present.  Do you know why she does not wear pants? The reason is that she is for in love with those zentai and sexy lingerie (those lingerie and sexy body suits are get in a low price and fine quality, they are from milanoo.com [www.milanoo.com]).

1 lady gaga does not wear pants

Lady gaga is a little wired in normal aspects, both her fashion style and her pastiche songs echoing styles. Earlier this month Lady Gaga said that she would love to do her own clothing line! Then she has the good reason to wear the sexy lingerie and bodysuits.

Lady Gaga wants to create her own clothing range. The singer, 23, who topped the single charts with Just Dance last month, hopes to launch the collection as soon as possible.I can’t wait to do my own line,’ she says. ‘It’s definitely something I want to do in the next year as I do have my own style.' she plans to aim it at teenagers.

 

2 why lady gaga do not wear pants

As you may have noticed Lady Gaga seems to not own a single pair of pants. Lady Gaga recently explained to "Rolling Stone" the reason why, "My grandmother is basically blind, but she can make out the lighter parts, like my skin and hair. She says, ‘I can see you, because you have no pants on.' So I'll continue to wear no pants so that my grandma can see me." And there you have it.  That is why Lady Gaga doesn't wear pants!

 

3 then what should lady gaga wear.

POP star LADY GAGA shields her face but seems to have forgotten what's on show below. The Poker Face singer appeared a little over-exposed in a saucy see-through lacy dress. a reporter said that lady gaga was caught in a London restaurant and she was really do not like take photo and always want to hide behind something. But as she walked away to a waiting car, the view from behind was just as cheeky

 

Has the world become so bored with fashion that they abandoned their clothing completely? We have all seen Lady Gaga wear some crazy things before (remember the bow made of hair?), but nothing prepared us for this underwear ensemble. We aren’t prude in the fashion industry. We see models walk the runway bra-less in sheer tops and celebs strut down the red carpet in ultra-sheer dresses right after they expose themselves getting out of their limos. This is only a way in display what is fashion is, we do not see anyone who wear those clothes walking on the street. However, there is no fashionable reason that justifies sparkly granny panties and a patent leather bra. In this picture, Lady Gaga appears to be on the street and not on a stage, so it is safe to assume this outfit is not a costume

 

The fashion field is sure that in the future or some day, lady gaga will be the leading of the fashion field. I think the closest the fashion industry has gotten to making underwear trendy was the popular use of lingerie-inspired tops and dresses, and, of course, the iconic Dolce and bustier. If you are going to wear an undergarment out in public, at least make sure it’s a designer brand. We hate to bash Lady Gaga, because it is good to push the style limits once in a while; we just fear if she ditched her clothing, what will come off next in the name of fashion? Next time, we think Lady Gaga should cover up with a sexy blazer and maybe some pants.
 
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NEW YORK - It was a memorable and merry Christmas in Hollywood as moviegoers shattered box-office records, responding in droves to a diverse array of high-profile releases over the holiday weekend.

The estimated $278 million in weekend box-office revenue broke the previous record of roughly $253 million set in July 2008, the weekend "The Dark Knight" was released.

A diverse group of films drew throngs to the multiplexes: James Cameron's "Avatar" pushed strongly into its second week while "Sherlock Holmes," "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel" and "It's Complicated" all opened.

"Avatar," the 3-D epic, topped them all, earning $75 million for 20th Century Fox, according to studio estimates Sunday. Remarkably, that was only a 3 percent drop from its opening weekend total of $77.4 million. (Blockbusters typically drop 30-50 percent in the second weekend.) In its 10 days of release, "Avatar" has made $212 million domestically — and could be on its way to a worldwide gross of over $1 billion.

"This thing is going to be playing and playing, I can tell you that," said Bert Livingston, 20th Century Fox distribution executive. "There's a lot of business out there. Everybody's got good movies out."

In second was "Sherlock Holmes," Guy Ritchie's reboot of the franchise with Robert Downey Jr. starring as Arthur Conan Doyle's detective. The Warner Bros. film opened with a weekend total of $65.4 million, including a record Christmas Day debut of $24.9 million.

It was a start that seemed sure to pave the way for sequels. Dan Fellman, head of distribution for Warner Bros., called the result "sensational."

"Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," which opened Wednesday, took in $50.2 million on the weekend and $77.1 million in its five days of release. The film, also from Fox, earned an impressive $18.8 million on Wednesday alone. The strong start suggested that "Squeakquel" was likely to surpass its 2007 original, which made $217 million.

Also opening was Nancy Meyer's "It's Complicated," the romantic comedy starring Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. With an audience 72 percent female, the Universal film took in $22.1 million, a solid debut.

The sparkling Christmas weekend results spelled good things for all the films in release in the coming week — one of the most lucrative of the year.

"We all know what next week means to the industry. This is ... huge," said Nikki Rocco, head of distribution for Universal. "Christmas is past us. No more shopping, no more returning. College kids are home. ... I'm so optimistic about what the next weekend holds for us."

Said Livingston: "Starting this Monday, every day is a Saturday."

Two films with Oscar aspirations also released wide over the weekend: Jason Reitman's "Up in the Air" (Paramount) and Rob Marshall's "Nine" (Weinstein Co.).

"Up in the Air," which has some of the best awards momentum, grossed $11.8 million, bringing its cumulative total to $24.5 million — already nearly earning back its production budget.

"For us, this movie was always the movie that we felt was going to be a real focus during the awards season," said Rob Moore, Paramount vice chairman. "It feels like this should have a long run as awards season continues."

"Nine," the adaptation of the Broadway musical (which itself was a riff of Federico Fellini's classic film "8 1/2") earned $5.5 million in 1408 theaters.

"It's an absolutely fitting end to the biggest box office year of all time," said Paul Dergarabedian, box-office analyst for Hollywood.com. "It's just been a total roller coaster ride. It's like audience members are on board."

2009 still has several days to go, but the year is already a record for domestic ticket sales with more than $10 billion at the box office. That surpassed the $9.7 billion mark of 2007.

While some of the credit has to go the recession (movies historically do well in hard times when a trip to the movie theater is a relatively cheap form of entertainment and escapism), there was a feeling Sunday that Hollywood had put forth a better product this Christmas.

"People say it's the recession," said Dergarabedian. "It's the movies — it's really the movies. It seems like when people aren't at home, they're at the movies."

He added: "You're going to find a smile on the face of every studio chief out there today."

Hollywood also seemed to be offering good ol' spectacle to moviegoers. "Avatar" grossed $8.8 million in IMAX theaters, actually increasing from its opening weekend. IMAX chairman and president Greg Foster said they were operating essentially at capacity.

"There is no context," said Foster. "It's so far beyond where we've ever been. It's not eking past a record, it's shattering it."

Christmas weekend was also neatly organized around various demographics. There was science-fiction, romantic comedy, family fare, action-packed thriller and serious awards-contender.

"That's what fueled this Christmas, the diversity of the films," said Dergarabedian. "It was like a cinematic buffet line. If you can't find a movie that you like in the marketplace right now, you don't like movies."

Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Hollywood.com. Final figures will be released Monday.

1. "Avatar," $75 million.

2. "Sherlock Holmes," $65.4 million.

3. "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel," $50.2 million.

4. "It's Complicated," $22.1 million.

5. "Up in the Air," $11.8 million.

6. "The Blind Side," $11.7 million.

7. "The Princess and the Frog," $8.7 million.

8. "Nine," $5.5 million.

9. "Did You Hear About the Morgans?" $5 million.

10. "Invictus," $4.4 million.

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Lady Gaga said that her father thought she was “Mentally Unstable”. What do you think?

She is normal I think, all of us want to shop on the internet and if we find a good on-line store, such as the Milanoo.com. No matter how cheap it is, how well the quality is. We like it. the cheap wedding dress, the wholesales of the Christmas gift, the special offer if the animation clothing. Lady Gaga has certainly made her mark over the past year, not just with hit singles like "Paparazzi" and "Bad Romance" but also with the level of performance art she brings to their live and television renditions, which include her "dying" at the VMAs and performing with her piano on fire at the American Music Awards.

There is a people on the internet ask that “Why didn't she ask Michelle, Sarah, Glen and Brett about their sex lives? "Michelle, how do you and the President find time for nooky these days?" "Brett, how do you deal with groupies on the road? Have you bedded any?" "Sarah, it is true what they say about conservative women, that they're wild in bed? Were you a virgin when you got married?" Why focus just on the sex lives of the two who have acknowledged their being gay or bisexual?”

So why do other people have to try to rain on her? People talk down on her just because she is different from all the others. It's total bull crap. Two thumbs up for Lady Gaga. She is amazing. She is my favorite music artist of all time. At least someone had the balls to be different, and open and honest. And ***** anyone who doesn't like it.

Also there's not equality treatment for them. But I don’t care what that old women says, I love Adam Lambert and have a very deep respect for Gaga

I want to tell you guys that she is same with us. We should not judge her once we could not handle it. I love Lady Gaga. She is amazing. She has wicked talent and her songs are also amazing. Her live performance could blow us away. . She is a breath of fresh air, unlike all these other singers out there. Because of the fact she IS different. She mixes things up, she does things most artists would not even imagine doing. So why do other people have to try to rain on her?

Do not judge things only if you do not know it.


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