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106 & Park (BET)Edit

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Lady Gaga appeared on the show. She talked about people dressing up as her for Halloween, winning a stylemaker award at the ACE Awards, Nasir Mazhar, Fashion, feeling like a freak and self discovery, her high school experience, the writing process for The Fame Monster, "Speechless" and her dad's recent heart surgery, her hopes for her career, collaborating on "Video Phone" with Beyoncé, "Bad Romance", her newly named Little Monsters, The Monster Ball Tour, and the cancellation of The Fame Kills Starring Kanye West and Lady Gaga.

  1. Sunglasses by Versace, outfit by Jean Paul Gaultier, shoes by John Galliano

MAC Viva Glam: From Our Lips EventEdit

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Lady Gaga and Cyndi Lauper attended the launch at Salon Bordello to reveal that they were the latest faces to the newest campaign, dubbed “From Our Lips” which began on February 11, 2010. For the event, a select group of members of the press were invited to meet the new ambassadors. Each spokesperson had a lipstick being MAC Viva Glam Gaga Lipstick and Viva Glam Cyndi Lipstick with 100 percent of the proceeds being donated to the MAC AIDS Fund. The visual for the campaign shot by Ellen von Unwerth nearly 7 months before was also revealed during the event.

  1. Shorts by Marc Jacobs

MTV Europe Music AwardsEdit

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Gaga recorded her acceptance speech for "Best New Act". The show aired on November 5, 2009.

13th Annual ACE AwardsEdit

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Gaga attended the event at Cipriani to receive the Stylemaker Award. It was Marc Jacobs who presented her the awards and she was also wearing his creation to the event. In her speech, Gaga thanked Marc Jacobs, Hedi Slimane, Stephen Gan, David LaChapelle, Araki ("for photographing my soul, not my image"), and Nasir Mazhar, designer of the Orbit hat she wore on Ellen and "which has now become an experience." Gaga made a vow on behalf of her style team—"We will never do a line; we are not an economy"—and closed the proceedings with an unexpected fashion tip: "The most important fashion accessory is the condom."

  1. Lace accessory by Erickson Beamon, silk shirt, bra and shorts by Marc Jacobs, shoes by John Galliano

Us November 3Edit

On The Record with FuseEdit

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MTV StudiosEdit

Gaga signed and took photographs with the fans outside of the MTV Studios after the show.

It's On with Alexa Chung (MTV)Edit

NewNowNext PopLab (Logo)Edit

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Leaving Balans Restaurant in LondonEdit

Arriving at Hotel in LondonEdit

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At SHOWstudioEdit

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Lady Gaga met Nick Knight to discuss plans for a special video piece to be created with Nick and Ruth Hogben, for inclusion in the Monster Ball. The shoot was scheduled for the weekend.

Hiding from PaparazziEdit

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Leaving Hotel in LondonEdit

John Wright Photoshoot at Spring Studios in LondonEdit

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  1. Gloves by Marko Mitanovski, black spiky pants by Lina Österman

De Gb November 7Edit

Wetten Dass..? Interview in BraunschweigEdit

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2DF Backstage InterviewEdit

Arriving Hotel in LondonEdit

Gb November 8Edit

Monster Ball FilmsEdit

The Haus of Gaga with SHOWstudio recorded the films to be used on The Monster Ball less than 20 days later.

  1. Makeup by Val Garland, nails by Marian Newman

Us November 10Edit

LAX AirportEdit

Us November 14Edit

MOCA 30th Anniversay GalaEdit

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For the even, Gaga performed "Ballet Russe Italian Style (The Shortest Musical You Will Never See Again)". The piece by Francesco Vezzoli was presented during the dinner.

  1. Custom outfit by Prada

Us November 15Edit

  • During the interviews, her "Dad" tattoo was covered.

Fantástico (Rede Globo)Edit

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  1. Sunglasses by Alpina, dress by Unknown

Up Close (TVNZ)Edit

Interview by Tim Wilson.

Us November 17Edit

The Fame Monster Album TrailerEdit

Gaga posted a video of a teaser for her new album coming out later in November. It teased some track titles and the teaser included scenes from the Bad Romance music video and her Hedi Slimane photoshoot.

November 18Edit

Lady Gaga's album "The Fame Monster" was officially released today.

Us November 22Edit

American Music Awards RehearsalEdit

Lady Gaga rehearsed for the American Music Awards in the morning.

American Music Awards (ABC)Edit

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At Club VoyeurEdit

Lady Gaga appeared at club Voyeur in West Hollywood following the American Music Awards, spoke to the crowd, and sang a little bit of "Telephone" acapella before playing the album version.

  1. Sunglasses by Unknown, outfit by Alexander McQueen.

Us November 23Edit

The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (ABC)Edit

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Best BuyEdit

Gaga did a signing at Best Buy for the release of The Fame Monster and the Heartbeats in Los Angeles. She debuted two new piece by Zaldy including the bodysuit that would be used on the Monster Ball. The signing took place from 7PM to 9PM. Limited tickets for the signing were given to any fans that purchased either The Fame Monster or Heartbeats beginning on 9:00AM that day. Gaga sent pizzas to the fans waiting.

After the recording at ABC, Gaga went to Best Buy for the signing. She did an interview with Extra before doing the signing.

Extra InterviewEdit

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Gaga was interviewed by Carlo de Santis during the Backstage of the signing autographs.

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At The Ellen DeGeneres ShowEdit

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Los Angeles rented HouseEdit

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Bell CentreEdit

The crew did the last dress rehearsal for The Monster Ball before the opening night.

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The Monster Ball at Bell CentreEdit

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Opening night of The Monster Ball with Perez and Gaga's dad in attendance. Gaga wore a shoulder length, curly blonde wig for most of the show. She also wore a wig during the encore that wasn't used on the rest of the tour. Gaga introduced all the tour outfits. Unique things about tonight's show is that during the show, the Apocalyptic Film was played instead of the "Manifesto of Little Monsters". Gaga also performed "Speechless" after "Poker Face" (Acoustic) and "Make Her Say", when typically in the show it comes before. She also performed "Beautiful, Dirty, Rich" after "Just Dance" on this show. It was performed after "Money Honey" in all proceeded shows. She performed "Boys Boys Boys" after "LoveGame". In all proceeding shows, it was performed before "Paper Gangsta". She also didn't have the Rapunzel braids for "Paparazzi" so she went with the standard wig.

Backstage Meet and GreetEdit

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Before the ConcertEdit

The Monster Ball at Air Canada CentreEdit

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Gaga kept the same outfits as the first night of the show. However, this time she performed "Speechless" before "Poker Face" (acoustic) and "Make Her Say, she performed "Beautiful, Dirty Rich" after "Money Honey", and "Boys Boys Boys" before "Paper Gangsta". This remained the order of the setlist for now. Gaga didn't use the big wig she used during "Bad Romance" on the previous show. She used the Rapunzel braids during Paparazzi this time, unlike the last show.


  1. Sunglasses by Alpina, shoes by Ellie

Ca November 29Edit

The Monster Ball at Scotiabank PlaceEdit

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Fashion was the same as the previous show.


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