Lady Gaga makes a plea for peace as she dons stunning blue and red gown with gold dove during awe-inspiring National Anthem performance at President Joe Biden’s inauguration
Lady Gaga was a vision of glamour as she took the stage at the inauguration of the 46th President Of The United States, Joseph R. Biden.
All eyes were on the Million Reasons singer, 34, who made a patriotic statement in her stunning blue and red ballgown.
Sending a message of unity, the native New Yorker’s dress was adorned with a striking gold dove, reaching out to its rivals with an olive branch in its mouth.
Breathtaking: All eyes were on Lady Gaga as she performed a chill-inducing rendition of the National Anthem during the inauguration of President Joe Biden in Washington DC on Wednesday
Gaga’s frock was expertly tailored, anchoring her 5foot2 figure with navy blue bodice with long sleeves, sturdy shoulders and a tapered waist.
The sleek silhouette of the top was contrasted with a billowing red skirt, which provided maximum amounts of drama as the star sauntered towards the stage escorted by Marines.
She wove a ribbon through her platinum blonde locks, twisting her tresses into a braided crown.
For makeup, Gaga – real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta – kept classic, opting for bold brows and a brick red lip.
Peace: The Million Reasons singer, 34, made a patriotic statement in a stunning blue and red ballgown adorned with a gold dove
Red, white and blue: Gaga’s frock was expertly tailored, anchoring her 5foot2 figure with navy blue bodice with long sleeves, sturdy shoulders and a tapered waist
Yesterday the Stupid Love singer made a prayer for peace as she shared a snapshot from the nation’s capitol.
Appearing in all white with the camera positioned under her chin, Gaga told fans: ‘I pray tomorrow will be a day of peace for all Americans.
‘A day for love, not hatred. A day for acceptance not fear. A day for dreaming of our future joy as a country. A dream that is non-violent, a dream that provides safety for our souls. Love, from the Capitol.’