Lady Gaga now sees over 360 users upvoting a comment dubbing her a “mess” as photos of her grabbing takeout pizza circulate. The 34-year-old singer and “A Star Is Born” actress was snapped in Malibu over the weekend on a pizza and champagne grab with boyfriend Michael Polansky – the “Chromatica” singer was making headlines for her return to platinum-blonde locks, but remarks trashing the quirky pop icon’s outfit now dominate the comments section. Gaga, born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, had gone for a figure-flaunting and feminine-strong outfit with a braless finish. Viewers proved unkind as the trolling remarks mounted up.
Scroll for the photos or click here for the full gallery. They showed the New Yorker on a sidewalk and with her hands full – Gaga was holding three cardboard pizza boxes with her smartphone resting on top. Boyfriend Michael carried the bubbly. Outfit-wise, the Grammy winner had gone trendy, seen in a skin-tight and pale yellow pair of leggings paired with a knotted white t-shirt worn as a crop top. Gaga also shouted COVID-19 via a nude-colored face mask, with stylish, gold hoop earrings and heeled brown booties completing the look.
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British newspaper The Daily Mail comes with handy green upvote arrows – plus red, downvote ones. Shooting to the top and keeping it blunt was: “What a mess.” Also gaining likes with over 220 users agreeing, was a reply reading: “Time to retire this look.” The Haus Laboratories founder was also asked what “on earth” she is “wearing” – while a few remarks appeared to body-shame the star, even querying if she’s pregnant, it did seem that the bulk of comments were giving the outfit the thumbs-down. “That’s not a good look. I look similar and would not wear this outfit,” a reader stated. More below.
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Comments weren’t all one way. Over 250 users drove the following up. “Do ya know what I like about her. She doesn’t care what she looks like. She dresses for herself. What she likes. Even if it’s unflattering. Doesn’t need to garner attention for ‘perfect body’ like some famous people. She’s not skating by on her looks. She’s hugely talented.” Gaga, who revealed anorexia and bulimia battles back in 2012 and was body-shamed at the 2017 Super Bowl, is known to have clapped back at the shamers.
The singer’s fans have likely not forgotten her 2017 clap-back as shamers took advantage of the “little belly fat” showing at the annual sporting event three years ago. Gaga, whose Instagram is followed by 42.4 million, then took to her account to write: “I heard my body is a topic of conversation so I wanted to say, I’m proud of my body and you should be proud of yours.” Being “relentlessly you” was, per the singer, the “stuff of champions.” Gaga’s sixth “Chromatica” album recently topped the U.S. Billboard 200, also making headlines for becoming the fastest-selling album of the year.