Entertainment Lady Gaga wears boa made entirely of $100 bills
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looks like she made some money off of that poker face.
The singer went straight glam while aboard a private jet to Las Vegas on Oct. 12, but the highlight of her outfit was unquestionably a huge boa fashioned from $100 bills.
It's highly unlikely the bills are real, but we all know anything is possible with Gaga.
"Back to Vegas baby with Haus of Gaga," she captioned the photo. She addd the hashtags "love for sale" and "jazz."
The Grammy winner completed the airborne outfit with a $25,000 outfit, as Page Six reports her donned a polka-dotted Magda Butrym dress ($1,300), Valentino cat-eye sunglasses ($449) and a hot pink Hermès Kelly bag ($22,550).
The look got a big reaction on Instagram. Gaga's Trumpeter Brian Newman commented, "Yes to all of this." Others commented with hearts for heart-eye emojis. Many predictably wrote, "That's money honey," referring to her 2008 song "Money Honey."
Andy Cohen, Dolly Parton and More React to Facebook, Instagram Outages .
The world has gone dark — or at least Facebook has. The social media platform, as well as sister sites Instagram and WhatsApp, went offline on Monday, October 4, and celebs turned to Twitter to react to the hours-long outage. “Hello literally everyone,” Twitter’s official account tweeted amid increased activity on the website. With other social media down, Twitter became the primary platform for celebrities, including Jana Kramer, Jimmy Kimmel and more. Country icon Dolly Parton noted the sudden influx of tweets right away. “Everyone showing up to @Twitter today while @Facebook @instagram @WhatsApp are down like…” the 75-year-old posted from her official account alongside a GIF from a vintage video that showed her making a grand entrance. Everyone showing up to @Twitter today while @Facebook @instagram @WhatsApp are down like… pic.twitter.com/SGtr722FAo — Dolly Parton (@DollyParton) October 4, 2021 Scott Disick used the trending #IGdown hashtag to tell followers to buy clothing from his Talentless brand “since you have nothing else to do.” Andy Cohen, however, didn’t mind the outage. “The world without Facebook and Instagram seems more fun,” he wrote, even suggesting that a Twitter outage wouldn’t be so bad either. Rapper Meek Mill called the situation “crazy,” while Kramer, 37, just had a message for her family. “To my Mom and grandparents….you are going to be okay,” the country singer quipped.