The pop star performed with the rock legends for the final night of their 50th anniversary tour concert at the New Jersey Prudential Center on Saturday. Known for her outrageous outfits and controversial stage costumes, Gaga upped her game by donning the black metal cage over her peroxide blonde hair as she departed for the concert from the Carlyle Hotel in Manhattan where she was staying.
The torturous looking head piece had silver metal chains cascading from the structure.
It was also adorned with a golden cherub, which was the only feminine detail sported on the star's overall hard appearance.
The Bad Romance singer wore a black leather jacket over a lace frilled-sleeve shirt and black horse riding-inspired pants as she headed into her awaiting car.
This was a slow process as Gaga also wore super high platform velvet lace-up boots.
For her performance with The Rolling Stones, Gaga sported an equally striking ensemble. The 26-year-old changed into a custom made metallic striped stretch velvet catsuit as she took to the stage with the iconic stars. Fashion designer Ray Brown created the winged shouldered and plunging neck line catsuit which Gaga wowed the crowd in.
For her rendition of Gimme Shelter, Gaga also sported a super long and silver-blonde coloured wig plus some extremely high ankle boots.
The footwear received its own special guest mention on the night by America's Next Top Model judge Tyra Banks.
Tyra tweeted her admiration to Gaga for being able to perform in the dangerous heels.
"lady gaga had on serious crazy high heels last nite jumping all over Rolling Stones stage putting all vet runway models to shame (sic)," Tyra tweeted.
Gaga expressed her enjoyment on Twitter after rocking out with The Rolling Stones.
She revealed that band member Ronnie Wood had praised her impressive hair styles, which she credited popular 1980s hairspray Aqua Net, for helping her achieve.
"When Ron Wood gave me his pick and said I really love that song about you Hair, is that not every girls dream. Get me my AquaNet," Gaga tweeted.
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