She never fails to disappoint when it comes to stepping out in the most outrageous get up and lately she's on a role.From wood shavings to sea shells and steampunk glasses - she's worn it all recently during a promotional assault on the UK before the release of new album ARTPOP.
But the star took care not to come a cropper in the towering PVC boots she wore on Tuesday.Careful Gaga: The 27-year-old wore the black PVC boots with a plaid shirt and bare legs with a blue baseball cap as she confidently walked along in the super high boots
The 27-year-old wore the black PVC boots with a plaid shirt and bare legs outside studios in London. On her head she fixed a baseball cap and sunglasses while greeting passers by with a peace sign.
The stilletto boots were so high she put herself at risk of needing a second hip operation if she stumbled and fell.Earlier this year she was forced to cancel a string of shows on her Born This Way tour to undergo delicate hip surgery.Born this way: Gaga underwent surgery in February, after which she cut a typically outlandish figure in a string of garish wheelchairsAnd Lady Gaga admits the injury that prompted her to pull out of 25 sold-out gigs and go under the knife it was so serious.
Gaga underwent surgery in February, after which she cut a typically outlandish figure in a string of garish wheelchairs - amongst them a gold plated number and a custom made wheelchair from designer Louis Vuitton.Meanwhile, Lady Gaga has been named Glamour's Woman of the Year and sat down with Andy Cohen to discuss her feelings on beauty, Madonna and her own body image issues.Bad romance with fashion: Gaga never disappoints when it comes to her outrageous dress senseWhen asked whether or not she considers herself beautiful, Mother Monster had a very self-aware response.'Not conventionally beautiful,' she replied. 'I've always been OK with that. I'm not a supermodel. 'That's not what I do. What I do is music. I want my fans to feel the way I do, to know that what they have to offer is just as important, more important, than what's happening on the outside. I'm confident in who I am.'Gaga also explained the hurdles she faces being a woman in a male-dominated industry.Being beautiful is not so fun when you're in a business with all men. Because it can actually get in the way,' she told the Watch What Happens Live host.Covergirl: Lady Gaga has been named Glamour's Woman of the Year and discusses her feelings on beauty, Madonna and her own body image in the December issue