Lady Gaga Almost Suffers Deep Vein Thrombosis on Transatlantic Flight
Update: If you want to see pictures of exactly what Gaga was wearing on the plane, click here.
Pop star Lady Gaga is notorious for her outlandish sense of style, but dramatic shoes and avant garde outfits were almost her downfall this week when the singer showed early stages of the potentially deadly deep vein thrombosis condition while on a transatlantic flight.
Gaga suffered from swelling in her legs on the flight, due to the most outrageous in-flight fashion we've ever heard of. She donned the infamous "Armadillo" shoes by recently deceased British designer Alexander McQueen and dressed in a black and yellow tape ensemble like the one pictured above from her upcoming Telephone single.
The flight attendants (airline sadly unknown), became greatly concerned with her condition and eventually convinced Gaga to change her clothes into something less restricting. But before she could strip, she had to get help to undo her outfit, it was that complex. Perhaps one of the other celebs on her flight came to her rescue? Also on board were P. Diddy, Peaches Geldoff and Liam Gallagher.