Most pop stars are happy to perform a handful of their hits in just the one stage outfit. But Lady Gaga is no ordinary pop star and will use any occasion as a reason to show off her funky wardrobe.
Never one to be content with just one outfit to wow her fans in, the singer took to the stage at the Jingle Ball in Los Angeles last night in two sexy ensembles astride two motorbikes.
Her first outfit was a bold creation, made up of red studded leather that was wrapped around her like some sort of harness - complete with huge shoulder pads.
She teamed the look with matching sunglasses and knee-high red patent high heeled boots as she sat on top of a customised bike prop that looked like a piece of modern art before launching into her hit Bad Romance.
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The second outfit wasn't exactly motorbike appropriate but that didn't stop the singer as she posed with another bike, this one a black and chrome chopper. But it was her revealing dress that caught the spotlight as she reclined back in the black glittery frock which had a neckline so plunging that it went right down to her navel.
She teamed the dress with a horned hat, gloves, knee high lace-up boots and gloves and slowly walked away from the bike to sit at a piano and sing You and I. But she soon ditched the glamour for something a little more sterile as she treated the crowd at the KIIS FM event to her new single Marry The Night from a hospital bed.
In a gown and cap, Gaga sang the song, the fifth single from her second album Born This Way, surrounded by sexy and toned young dancers.
And to loud screams, she told her devoted following: 'I miss being on tour so much. I miss my little monsters.' And she added: 'Are there a lot of little monsters here tonight? If you're not, raise your hand so you could get attacked by a little monster nearby.'
She also embraced the upcoming holidays at the festive party by singing White Christmas and said: 'I always sound funny singing Christmas, so I'm changing it to Kissmas.
Always remember I was the one who told you the truth about Christmas. To everyone who's listening, Santa Claus is real.' And she added: 'Pop songs bring people together from all over the world, and nobody gives a sh**, they just want to love each other and dance.'
Gaga was the main act on a night which also saw performances from Kelly Clarkson, Flo Rida, Taio Cruz and David Guetta and Sean Paul.