(She didn't - it was Michael Jackson's suit)
On the eve of the US general election, Lady Gaga was among the stars to come out in support of Hillary Clinton at her final rally – although many viewers thought she was dressed as a Nazi.
Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Bon Jovi and many more all spoke and performed in honour of the Democratic Presidential candidate and against Donald Trump, however her choice of black jacket with silver pendent and red arm-band was viewed by many to be Nazi-esque. However, it is actually from the collection of clothing she bought belonging to Michael Jackson:
However, many still took online to voice their shock at what they incorrectly thought was Nazi fascist attire:
Watch Gaga’s speech for Hillary Clinton before performing ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ with Bon Jovi below
Gaga also took to Twitter for call for support:
After Trump’s prospective First Lady used a recent speech to bemoan online bullying, Gaga accused her of hypocrisy. Tweeting at Melania, Gaga wrote: “to say u will stand for “anti-bullying” is hypocrisy. Your husband is 1 of the most notorious bullies we have ever witnessed.”
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She then tweeted at Donald Trump, writing: “you divided us with hateful language & fear. I love everyone in this country and I vote for @HillaryClinton to unite us.”
She also urged Americans to come out and vote for Clinton and changed her Twitter handle to #VoteHillary. “Young people listen up. We need to mobilize now, #VoteHillary and stop this dangerous man from continuing to divide and wreck our democracy,” she wrote.
America goes to the polls today.