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Lady Gaga Meat Dress or Sweet Taylor Swift: Who is the better role model for young girls?

Lady Gaga Meat Dress

The Lady Gaga meat dress

Both Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga are young, talented women who are impressionable to young girls.  Who is the better role model?

It’s difficult to compare since they are so obviously different.  Taylor is country girl-next-door sweetness and Gaga is completely unique.

Lady Gaga set an MTV Video Music Awards record with her 13 nominations and won five awards, including best female video, pop video and video of the  year.

An inspiration to younger girls, she has proven her talent as well as her intelligence.    Not short of uniqueness, Gaga has her own individual style and not afraid to express herself.

But when she accepted the video of the year award from Cher, she wore a dress made entirely of meat.  We love her shocking ways and theatrical outfits but was this too much?

Why would Lady Gaga wear a meat dress?  What is her statement this time?  This left many scratching their heads.

Taylor Swift at the 2010 MTV VMAs

Taylor Swift at the MTV VMAs

During last year’s VMAs, Taylor was left stunned when Kanye West stole the microphone her during  her Best Female Video acceptance speech.

But instead of taking revenge, what did this role-model to young girls do?  She sang her brand new song, Still an Innocent, inspired by her awful experience, as a show of forgiveness.

She sings, “It’s alright, just wait and see / Your string of lights are still bright to me / Who you are is not where you’ve been / You’re still an innocent.”

Only 20 years old, this beautiful  young woman showed she has a lot of class.

Photos: PRPhotos/Kevin Winter

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