Woman Gaga flaunted her liking for outrageous design as she made that big appearance at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on Thursday night
The vocalist, 36, flaunted a few cyberpunk-propelled outfits all through the presentation, including an eye-getting red coat with organized sleeves which she wore over a transparent breastplate
The Born This Way hitmaker made that big appearance as it arose her choreographer Richard ‘Richy’ Jackson has been blamed for poisonous conduct by five artists
The cases come as Gaga set out on her two times deferred The Chromatica Ball visit – the vocalist’s first since 2017’s Joanne
Woman Gaga flaunted her liking for outrageous design as she made that big appearance at the Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on Thursday night.
The vocalist, 36, flaunted a few cyberpunk-roused outfits all through the presentation, incorporating a red coat with organized sleeves which she wore over a transparent breastplate.
Crazy’s visit has been saturated with debate after it arose five artists who exited the creation had blamed the head choreographer for harassing, yet the vocalist didn’t allow the behind the stage show to influence her presentation.
Elsewhere among the eye-catching ensembles, Star Is Born actress Gaga donned a black PVC bodysuit with a mask with long tentacles.
The stage costume was One of Gaga’s oddest outfits, with the boomerang-shaped hat covered in black spots that reached down to cover her eyes with translucent fabric. It featured long, insect-like stalks that dangled down to her waist.
She later wore red cropped jacket with pointy shoulder pads that rose up into the air.
Gaga donned a matching skirt with thigh-high splits on both sides, completing the looks with some over-knee boots and some long fingerless gloves.
The Born This Way hitmaker took to the stage as it emerged her choreographer Richard ‘Richy’ Jackson has been accused of toxic behaviour by five dancers.
The 43-year-old is said to have been abusive and used his power to demean staff
‘just because he could’.
Dancer Caroline Diamond claimed in a video: ‘He abused me, he embarrassed me, he made me feel terrible in the workplace, just because he could.
‘Gaga was my dream… I chased it and I got it, and she is the dream, and then you get there, and this man makes your dream a nightmare.’
Music publication Rolling Stone claimed on Thursday that 10 dancers had spoken out against Jackson.
Reporters spoke with five dancers who echoed claims Jackson created a toxic working environment and what they labelled an ‘unsafe’ and ‘unhealthy’ workplace.
Two of the dancers said it led to them voluntarily quitting what was otherwise a dream job.
All the dancers who made allegations against the choreographer spoke highly of Gaga and stressed she ‘had nothing to do with the situation, as she wasn’t present for much of the dancers’ rehearsals with Jackson’.
Gaga’s team is now understood to be taking the dancers’ concerns seriously and looking into their allegations, according to Rolling Stone.
Hones: Sloan-Taylor Rabinor (left) said Jackson’s leadership was ‘detrimental’ to her health and Montana Efaw (right) – who was the first to come forward – said Jackson was a ‘horrible person to work for’
Former Gaga dancer Knicole Haggins told Rolling Stone hitting out at Jackson was an ‘opportunity for things to change for the better and for people to feel that they don’t have to be quiet in order to keep their job’.
Ex-dancer Sloan-Taylor Rabinor added: ‘My point in coming forward about this is seeking change.
‘If I can positively impact or save a dancer from having an experience like this, so when these red flags come up, whether it’s with (Jackson) or it’s somebody else, that they can step outside and be like, “Oh, I know what this looks like, I know how to remove myself from that situation”.’
Jackson has held the position of Gaga ’s head choreographer since 2011.
He took over from his former boss Laurieann Gibson, 53, who created routines for Gaga ’s music videos Poker Face, Born This Way and Telephone.