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Thursday 23 October 2014

Lady Gaga thanks EMAs designer

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - NOVEMBER 06: Model BB from Dirty Sexy Things (R) and guest attend the MTV Europe Music Awards 2011 at the Odyssey Arena on November 6, 2011 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. (Photo by Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Lady Gaga has personally thanked Paco Rabanne for creating her MTV Europe Music Awards (EMAs) attire.

The superstar showcased a number of eccentric outfits at the prestigious music event last night, where she picked up four gongs, including best female, best song, best video and best fans.

Gaga impressed with her outfits both on stage and on the event's pink carpet, as they were all made from paper. Her garb included a bizarre silver dress with an oversized hat that completely covered her face.

The singer also slipped into a red thong bikini and huge red metal disc to perform a stunning rendition of her song Marry The Night.

She was thrilled with her statement outfits by the famous designer.

"Thank you to Studio of PACO RABANNE for dressing me in their Paper Garments(sic)," she wrote on her Twitter page.

"Every outfit was made entirely of paper. It was inspired by the idea of the paper moon because there was a moon on stage tonight," she explained to Capital FM.

Gaga had previously taken to her Twitter page to document her EMAs rehearsal, ahead of the show in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

The 25-year-old songstress revealed that her on-stage outfits were yet to be finalised just hours before the event.

"Warming up with my choreographer Richard Jackson, singing + pinning garments till the last moment. So excited for The Night, gonna Marry It (sic)," she wrote.

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