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Lady Gaga: How we all became bored with pop’s most interesting monster

Take a lesson from Lady Gaga: A meat dress will go rancid faster than any Prada or Louis Vuitton. In 2010, after releasing her platinum-selling and Grammy-winning “Fame Monster,” Lady Gaga was being hailed as “The Last Pop Star,” “The World’s Biggest Pop Star” and “Our Lady of Pop.” Those days, she would fearlessly cover herself in blood at sold-out arena shows or wear a meat dress to the MTV Video Music Awards.

Watch: Lady Gaga on Jimmy Fallon

Lady Gaga brought "Artpop" as her musical contribution to the first week of the "Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Tuesday. Gaga appeared in all white (including her origami inspired piano), with long floor length extensions that took a page out of Cher's '60s motivated hairstyles.

Album review: Lady Gaga, “ARTPOP”

No one expected "ARTPOP" to be anything more than another Lady Gaga album, did they? The artist had made claims that her new album would try and pull off a reverse Warhol: using a mass-produced medium—pop music—to distribute art, instead of art as a means to examine the mass-produced.