Did no one warn her about the weather Lady Gaga goes for sunny London stroll dressed for freezing conditions
18:35 GMT, 9 September 2012
While Londoner's stripped off to make the most of the warm weather today (Sunday), Lady Gaga took a stroll through town wearing a full-length coat and neck piece.
The eccentric Queen of Pop, who wowed audiences as she brought her Born This Way Ball to Twickenham last night, clearly hadn't checked the weather forecast as she walked the Mayfair streets with her entourage in tow.
The vivacious 26-year-old, who put in an energetic performance during her show had obviously thought that she needed to fit in with the downcast British weather but got a shock when she left her hotel.
Unfazed by the heat: Lady Gaga steps out in Mayfair wearing a floor-length coat on one of the warmest days of the year
Wearing a floor-length orange felt coat, clinched in at the waist with a chunky black belt, Gaga was the epitome of Victorian elegance.
Chic black gloves, a retro handbag and large black sunglasses completed the look as the US star donned a brown wig, which she piled on top of her head in a high bun.
Adding a twist of her trademark kookiness to the outfit, Gaga added a large black collar, complete with diamond brooch, around her neck.
Tangerine dream: Lady Gaga was flanked by a large entourage as she made sure all eyes were on her bright outfit
Victorian lady: Gaga was the epitome of elegance as she walked the
streets of Mayfair, failing to take into account the warm weather
Loyal to her fans, Gaga, who was flanked by an enormous entourage as she left the Dorchester Hotel where she's been saying, picked up a few of her Little Monsters along the way.
The blonde singer grabbed a young fan from the crowd and pulled him close to her although he was obviously overcome with emotion.
The much-loved singer expressed her love of Britain last night as she put on a rousing performance for her UK fans.
Not the face: Lady Gaga put a protective hand over her shades as she became engulfed by fans trying to get a closer look at her
The bag lady: Gaga kept her eyes hidden behind a pair of sunglasses as she lapped up the attention she was getting
Little monster: Gaga grabs an emotional fan from the crowd to accompany her on her walk
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, instructed the 100,000 strong crowd to ‘flash your boobies’ and insisted that as with any great party, there should be plenty of ‘singing, dancing, vomiting and smoking.’
The svelte blonde singer promised fans that she would, ‘dance and sing my p***y off as much as I can’ – and she certainly delivered.
She sang her heart out at the Ball, whilst donning an array of bizarre outfits including a unique futuristic rams head mask teamed with an eccentric white mini dress.
Art Pop: Lady Gaga teases her upcoming album on her T-shirt
Bum note Lady Gaga showed off her rather peachy derriere whilst performing for her fans
Musical motorbike: Lady Gaga is no stranger to an elaborate set design
Gaga also wore a black G-string, a Union Jack flag and white T-shirt emblazoned with the name of her upcoming album, Art Pop.
Old favourites such as Poker Face and Bad Romance were lapped up by the crowd, who were then treated to a very special performance of a new track from Lady Gaga.
The track, which Lady Gaga wrote in honour of the late Princess Diana, is controversially entitled Princess D.I.E. – with the singer being well aware of the stir it could cause.
Princess D.I.E.: Gaga performed a new controversial song in honour of the late Princess Diana
Paws up: Lady Gaga encourages fans to drink, smoke and vomit during her gig
Lady Gaga told the crowd: ‘I predict controversy, but I don't care. Princess Diana was the most important person for me growing up – let's take a moment to appreciate her presence and what she means.’
She also dedicated the track to Amy Winehouse, who passed away last summer at the young age of 27, Gaga added: ‘Losing Amy was a tragedy, let's sing it for her.’
Lady Gaga chose Twickenham to debut a new cover also – singing John Lennon’s Imagine to rapturous applause.
The superstar took to Twitter after the gig to share her thoughts with fans: ‘Twickenham, im not even sure what to say. I'll never forget tonight. London you were the fairest of the ball. now THAT was f*cking fun.’ (sic)
The Born This Way Ball continues for a second night this evening (Sunday) at Twickenham Stadium.