Lady Gaga’s Yankee spectacle

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People just can’t get enough of Lady Gaga these days, and the artist never seems to fall short of outrageous. The singer showed up to a baseball game Friday night, June 18 to cheer on the New York Yankees as they played the New York Mets. Gaga came in Yankee fan attire, but as usual made her own fashion statement.

Gaga, 24, came to the game wearing black fishnet stockings, black underwear and and pin-stripped Yankees jersey that was buttoned only half way, revealing her black bra. Although the Yankees lost to the Mets 4-0, Gaga posed for pictures, danced to the YMCA and looked to be enjoying her time at the Yankees stadium.

Lady Gaga

Prior to the game, Gaga told fans via Twitter, “I just kicked my ass in the gym, time to wash it down with an ice cold NY beer.”

Normally celebrities and players are able to socialize after a winning game. Gaga however,  caused a stir when she managed to talk her way past security and got into the Yankees clubhouse. She reportedly met up with a few of the baseball players, inlcuding Alex Rodriguez and Robinson Cano.

There was speculation that the singer was banned from the clubhouse by Yankees co-chairman Hal Steinbrenner, but Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman confirmed that was untrue. Cashman told the press celebrities are not banned from the clubhouse, they are simply not allowed in after a loss.

“There is a time for these things and that was not. After a loss is a bad time. This has nothing to do with it. It has to do with a decision to let her up and let this happen. She did nothing wrong. The problem is internal and has been handled,” Cashman said.

This appearance of Gaga came just eight days after she caused a controversy surrounding her appearance at a New York Mets vs San Diego Padres game. At the game she wore a studded bra and underwear, cursed out Met’s fans and was seen flipping off the camera.

Yankees manager Joe Girardi said he doesn’t believe celebrities cause any threat or distraction to the players,”our guys know that when it’s time to play, it’s time to play, and they’re used to it.”
Photo courtesy of Michael Spencer via Flickr.

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