Eggcellent: Gaga Makes Unusual Grammy Entrance

Pop star Lady Gaga made her entrance to the Grammy Awards on Sunday encased in a giant egg. The pop star was barely visible inside the opaque capsule.

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The year's hottest musicians converged on downtown Los Angeles for last night's Grammy awards. And another bold fashion statement from Lady Gaga. She arrived in an egg, carried Cleopatra-style by near-naked models. The pop star was barely visible inside the opaque capsule. Some even doubted she was inside. The stunt was a promotion for her new single "Born This Way," which she later performed after hatching.


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