A Close Investigation of the 'Hand Bra' and Other Assorted 'Clothes' Worn in Lady Gaga's New Video

Lady Gaga released the video for her latest single, "Applause," today, and it's... well, it's just that... oh, we don't know. In no fewer than 14 costume changes, Gaga manages to out-weird herself (and that's saying a lot)--at one point, she appears as a floating head attached to a swan's body. At another, she has a pony tail. And we aren't talking about her lace front--though there are plenty of those, too. She may be in the midst of a nude period, but this new vid proves she's still got plenty o' crazy clothes to go around. We're particularly infatuated with this hand-bra situation...
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Lady Gaga released the video for her latest single, "Applause," today, and it's... well, it's just that... oh, we don't know. In no fewer than 14 costume changes, Gaga manages to out-weird herself (and that's saying a lot)--at one point, she appears as a floating head attached to a swan's body. At another, she has a pony tail. And we aren't talking about her lace front--though there are plenty of those, too. She may be in the midst of a nude period, but this new vid proves she's still got plenty o' crazy clothes to go around. We're particularly infatuated with this hand-bra situation...
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That's enough, Lady Gaga!

The pop star debuted the video for her latest single, "Applause," today, and it's... well, it's just that... oh, we don't know. In no fewer than 14 costume changes, Gaga manages to out-weird herself (and that's saying a lot)--at one point, she appears as a floating head attached to a swan's body. At another, she has a pony tail. And we aren't talking about her lace front--though there are plenty of those, too. She may be in the midst of a nude period, but this new vid proves she's still got plenty o' crazy clothes to go around.

It's probably best if you just watch it for yourself. With that in mind, we thought we'd break it down, outfit by "outfit." See the video below, and click through for our commentary.