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The star did not shy away from avant-garde for the annual style awards nearly a decade ago.
After showing up with Kermit the Frog, the star stepped out in a head to toe black ensemble with parts designed by Jean Paul Gaultier.
Gaga showed everyone how to achieve a hair-raising look in this design.
The star took over the red carpet in a standout white ensemble—finished off with white body makeup.
The songstress was a towering figure in a white ruffled design by Francesco Scognamiglio paired with a grand blond wig and lace mask.
Personally considered the "number one" look of her career, Gaga paid tribute to Alexander McQueen in this design from his final collection before his death months earlier.
Gaga went home a winner in one of her most unforgettable looks to date: the iconic meat dress.
The artist made quite the splash on the Grammy Awards red carpet all those years ago when she arrived in a carried egg.
Perhaps the most noteworthy element of this bold look was Gaga's unique eye makeup.
Never one to shy away from making a grand fashion statement, Gaga did just that in Balenciaga at the annual event.
Gaga channeled late icon David Bowie with orange hair and a an embellished blue blazer dress in homage to the singer's Ziggy Stardust era.
Gaga went sans pants for the 2016 soirée—but didn't shy away from sky-high heels and a just as voluminous blond 'do.
The songstress was every bit the unique glam rocker in a spiky leather ensemble by Alex Ulichny.
Gaga turned heads in Venice, Italy donning one unforgettable, jaw-dropping blush feathered gown by Valentino.
The breakout star of the Bradley Cooper-helmed film channeled royal Elizabethan style in an Alexander McQueen design.