Wednesday, September 15, 2010

WTF Wednesday

Wha???????



Just Lady Gaga, walking through JFK, about to catch her flight.

Half-naked. In hoof-boots. With what appears to be a pair of handcuffs chained to her underwear. Again.

*Yawn*

For the record, I'd pay good money to watch her go through security. Can you imagine how long it takes her to successfully make it through the metal detectors? The act of removing her chastity belt alone must take hours.

P.S.: Don't forget to head over to WriteOnCon for a chance to win a LIAR SOCIETY ARC. Yeah, yeah, we don't have any cryogenically frozen characters, Beth-Best-First-Chapter-You'll-Ever-Read-Revis*, but we do have an email from a dead best friend. And...who knows? That best friend might not be dead. Maybe she's just FROZEN. Muwhahahahaha.

P.P.S.: The winner of Saturday's PERSONAL DEMONS Amazing Race contest is ~Joy~! Congratulations! Email us with your address so we can send it off to Lisa.

*Um, it really is the BEST first chapter we've ever read. And Laura may or may not have read it aloud during our YA book club last night. Those girls think we're crazy, but they're now DYING to get their hot little hands on ACROSS THE UNIVERSE.

33 comments:

lexcade said...

please, i always walk through airports half-naked and in hoof shoes. Gaga stole my look!

looking forward to your book, ladies. also looking forward to Across the Universe. thanks for adding to my already-overloaded reading list ;)

Matthew Rush said...

I have the pdf of Beth's chapter and though I haven't finished the whole thing yet (I know, it's short, get on it), it starts out quite impressively. The raw emotion of the scene is unavoidable.

Lady Gaga is a brilliant artist and quite skilled at being a celebrity, but you do have to wonder about her sanity sometimes.

Teen Fire kind of screwed up your contest yesterday. They forget to mention that each person should only pick two T names, and people started naming every T name they could think of. Oh well. It was still fun.

Now I'll have to check out the WOC post.

Matthew Rush said...

BTW the WOC link appears to be broken:

http://writeoncon.com/?p=1165

Renae said...

At least there is never a dull wardrobe moment for Lady Gaga! I can't wait to read your book ladies! Across the Universe looks amazing as well! Looks like my TBR pile is here to stay!

Christine Danek said...

I read Beth's chapter and it is awesome. I can't wait to read her book .
There is this other book I can't wait to get my hands on...wait it will come to me...I've seen it advertised. I think it's called Liar Society. You may have heard of it. A little bird told me it rocks. :)
You guys have been burning up Teen Fire. You go.

Carolyn V. said...

Looks like I have more books added to my TBR pile. Can't wait.

Lady Gaga...there are just no words. I feel kind of sorry for her bodyguards.

Karen Amanda Hooper said...

She borrowed that outfit from me. She borrows all of her outfits from me. We're besties. But I have no ego so I let her get all the attention.

Want me to design book signing outfits for you girls? ;)

Christine Fonseca said...

I can't wait to read yurs, Beths, or Elanas books!

Kerri C at CK Farm said...

Well I don't think she can top the meat dress at the VMA's. Bet half the audience was drooling and not at her legs. Imagining a big Lady Gaga BBQ!

Alissa said...

Years ago we were flying out of Newark on a really early morning flight, and my sister was (and still is to this day) convinced she saw Janet Jackson. Of course, this supposed Janet was so covered with clothing she could have been anyone. The little girls who happened to spot Lady Ga Ga at JFK must have no doubts as to who they saw.

Frankie Diane Mallis said...

Haha, we both posted about Lady Gaga today--and I am paying to see her--tonight in concert:-) I can't wait!

Stina Lindenblatt said...

You have to admit, Lady Gaga is a smart marketer. ;)

Danyelle said...

Wow. >.<

Sometimes there are just no words.

Larissa said...

Oh, Lady Gaga. *shakes head*

Talei said...

LOL. *sigh* I have a confession - I love the boots! Well maybe not the gold pair but others. And I'm going to see the Lady in concert this Dec. Without a doubt I won't be able to keep up with everyone elses costumes but hey, maybe I'll just don a bright yellow cowboy hat. ;)

Mariah Irvin said...

You have to admit, she knows how to be recognized!

SWK said...

I'm still trying to recover from Gaga's "meat dress."

Jude said...

Goodness since when did Revlon start selling Cotton Candy dye?

Kelly H-Y said...

Oh my goodness ... that picture, your commentary ... I'm still laughing!

Stephanie said...

LOL! Love Lady Gaga!! Her outfits are quite outrageous...just makes me love her more!!! Trying to decide which look to emulate this Halloween!!

Katie said...

I cracked up at your comment that maybe the email was from your dead, *frozen* best friend.

HAHAHA

Sarah said...

Clicking over to the WriteOnCon site! Lady Gaga kind of bores me. I'd be more likely to pay attention if she showed up somewhere in a pair of jeans. Now *that* would be unexpected.

Elana Johnson said...

Oh holy chocolate bacon. There are no words.

Tere Kirkland said...

This is the thing I don't get about Lady Gaga:

Since she's always dressing like the circus has come to Las Vegas, I doubt anyone would recognize her without the neon hair extensions and the hoof shoes and the exposed undies.

Any normal person would take advantage of the alter ego, and leave the house for a ball-game in a ratty tee and jeans. Not Lady Gaga. She wears underwear and a jersey, and wonders why she can't have a little private time.

If only she hadn't revealed to the world that she's really an Italian man, she'd have the best of both worlds. ;)

Conda V. Douglas said...

Lady Gaga sure knows how to get her name out there!

Nicole Zoltack said...

How can you call that an outfit? She's hardly wearing anything!

Jenna said...

Either she's blind, doesn't care, or really, really loves attention. Potentially all three. Yipe.

Rhonda said...

My eyes! My eyes!! There are some things you just can't unsee!

Jemi Fraser said...

Yikes! Um... why?

Lola Sharp said...

I know...at least with a meat dress if the plane goes down, you can eat her dress. That was practical. Add some mustard and rye bread and you really have something.

Is that a hair bra? I need more support than that.

Carolina Valdez Miller said...

Hahahahaha! Okay, so does she stand around having intelligent conversations looking like that? I mean, can you imagine the face of the guy sitting next to her on the plane as he tries to pay attention to her diatribe on AIDS in Africa? Does he have to stop her half-way through to say, "I'm sorry, I'm not really staring at your fishnets. It's just your half jacket is blinding me and I have to look away" or "I'm sorry, your blue hair has shifted. I think your boob is showing"?

Annette Lyon said...

You've got sharp eyes. I didn't even notice the handcuffs. (I guess the half gold jacket and cotton-candy hair caught my eye instead.)

Can't help but remember that girl a few years ago who was asked to leave a plane because she was too scantily dressed. Compared to this, that girl was a nun.

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