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Lady Gaga Meat Dress Explained on Ellen DeGeneres, Ellen Offers Veggie Bikini (Video)

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Lady Gaga explains her meat dress to Ellen DeGeneres

Lady Gaga’s meat dress explained! Watch Lady Gaga in her meat dress getup on Ellen DeGeneres’ show, where she tells Ellen what exactly the deal is with the dress that she wore for her final VMAs 2010 award.

Ellen is clearly not digging that Lady Gaga meat dress, as Gaga comes out on stage and Ellen works around the dress to get a kiss in. No hugging on the meat dress!

Lady Gaga explains that she was nervous for the VMAs because she stands for hard work and “being youself,” and “it was really difficult” for her to show up for the awards show and pose on the carpet.

Gaga explained, “I can’t let my fans down tonight, because then I’m just another bitch in a dress at an awards show.”

Which leads us to Lady Gaga’s meat dress what’s it all about, Gaga? Ellen is vegan, so I don’t think she was too jazzed about the meat frock.

Gaga explains, “It’s certainly no disrespect to anyone that’s vegan or vegetarian. As you know I’m the most judgment-free human being on the Earth. It has many interpretations, but for me this evening it’s [saying] if we don’t stand up for what we believe in, if we don’t fight for our rights, pretty soon we’re going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones.” Also, she says she’s “not a piece of meat.”

Alrighty, then.

Ellen does her part by offering up a veggie bikini for Gaga to wear next time!

I’d much rather see Gaga in kale than steak… what did you think of the Lady Gaga meat dress? Will kids understand her “statement” – read our 10 Ways to Explain it to Your Kids!

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