Lady Gaga dons her most iconic outfits in voting PSA ahead of election

Lady Gaga definitely knows how to get our attention as she donned her most iconic outfits in a voting PSA ahead of the US election.

The star shared a clip telling fans about the importance of voting all while switching between endless looks – including the fan-favourite meat dress that she wore at the 2010 MTV VMAs.

‘We’re almost there, we need to talk,’ she began the video while wearing the spiky metallic dress that she rocked on her Monster Ball tour.

Her outfits also included a shiny bodysuit from her Super Bowl performance as well as the look she rocked in the Poker Face video, and she sure knows how to keep us mesmerised.

She went on to praise those who have already voted and reminded people who haven’t to make sure their voice is heard as the US election, which is happening on November 3, creeps ever closer.

‘I believe no matter how you feel about the election right now, you are still accountable,’ she continued.

‘Maybe you’re sick of all the fighting or you’re frustrated by Covid and don’t want to deal with it.’

The Stupid Love singer went on to discuss how some people may feel ‘discouraged’ as they don’t like any of the candidates so they choose not to vote.

‘The government is not going away tomorrow and unless you have a plane ticket to another country and somewhere that you’re gonna live, this is gonna be your home,’ she added.

‘I’m telling you no matter how you feel, your future is still in your hands with this vote.’

Gaga’s not the only star reminding fans to vote, with celebs including Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Paul Rudd, and Cardi B all speaking out on the election, which has come down to a battle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

The Rain On Me hitmaker’s PSA also comes after she opened up on her quick rise to fame – and how it left her depressed.

She confessed to People magazine: ‘I used to wake up in the morning, and I would realise I was “Lady Gaga”. And then I became very depressed and sad, and I didn’t want to be myself.

‘I felt threatened by the things my career brought into my life and the pace of my life. I spent a lot of time in a sort of catatonic state of just not wanting to do anything.’

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