Lady Gaga accused of ‘dressing like a Nazi’ at Hillary Clinton rally
The pop star was criticised after lending her support to the Democratic Presidential hopeful.
Lady Gaga is arguably famous for three things – her music, her wardrobe and her political activism.
It was the latter of these that saw the star appear alongside Hillary Clinton yesterday, as this year’s US Presidential campaign finally draws to a close.
To mark Clinton’s final campaign rally, Gaga chose an outfit previously owned by music legend Michael Jackson – what could possibly go wrong?
Well, lot’s apparently. See for yourself…
And Paul wasn’t the only one to question Gaga’s outfit choice – a black and red military jacket.
This isn’t the first time Gaga – who also performed at the rally – has leant her support to Mrs Clinton this week.
The Joanne singer took to Twitter at the weekend to urge her fans to vote for the former Secretary of State – before launching a scathing attack on her Republican rival Donald Trump.
She also took a swipe at Mr Trump’s wife, Melania, who she accused of “hypocrisy” for promising to tackle cyber-bullying.
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“@MELANIATRUMP to say u will stand for “anti-bullying” is hypocrisy,” Gaga tweeted.
“Your husband is 1 of the most notorious bullies we have ever witnessed.”
Gaga also made her feelings clear for Mr Trump – who has been heavily criticised for his own online behaviour during the campaign – during a series of tweets on Sunday (November 6).
The singer – who has changed her Twitter name to #VoteHillary – echoed her posts during a talk-show appearance in Japan, where she dressed as a suffragette whilst promoting her new album.
Gaga branded Mr Trump “an actor,” claiming his Presidential bid was just “an act”.