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ARMANI'S WHACKY FOR GAGA.

LOOK who's gone gaga again! Lady Gaga's outlandish costumes have got a designer facelift, thanks to Giorgio Armani.

The pop diva is currently in South Korea, where she landed late on Friday, a week in advance before she kicks off her much- awaited ' Born This Way Ball' global tour that starts in Seoul's Olympic Stadium.

One would assume that Armani, known for his chic and minimalist fashion, would give the singer a stylish makeover. But the designer has done a complete U- turn and designed eccentric and avant- garde ensembles for the singer's performances in the Asian nation. Armani's South Korean partner, Shinsegae, has released pictures of the various costumes designed by the Italian maestro that only add fuel to Gaga's unconventional taste.

One of the costumes is a bizarre bodysuit which will feature real guitars on the leotard and a piano keyboard as her headpiece, teamed with signature towering heels.

The bizarre outfit -- one of a set of four -- is all set to make it into Gaga's collection of idiosyncratic outfits. The other costumes include a very revealing S& M- inspired corset bodysuit with exaggerated shoulders and a translucent nun's habit.

Despite the fact that religious groups have opposed the concert calling for a cancellation of her tour, stating that some of the singer's songs and acts promote homosexuality and are sexually explicit, Gaga will still uninhibitedly flaunt her carefree and overtly sexy style in these graphic costumes.

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Date:Apr 24, 2012
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