September marks the end of The Fame era and the beginning of The Fame Monster.

Us September 2Edit

At Recording StudioEdit

Lady Gaga worked with Fernando Garibay in the Studio today recording and producing "Dance in the Dark".

Us September 4Edit

Meeno PhotoshootEdit

Main article: Meeno

Shot the promotional image for the packaging of Heartbeats and the ads.

Us September 5Edit

Hedi Slimane PhotoshootEdit

Main article: Hedi Slimane

The Haus and Gaga shot the album artwork for The Fame Monster with photographer Hedi Slimane.

  1. Black cape by House of Blueeyes
  2. Spiked mask by Joji Kojima, jumpsuit by Alexander McQueen
  3. Coat by Lyall Hakaraia
  4. Leather cap and latex panties by Unknown
  5. Studded hat by Unknown
  6. Bra by Unknown
  7. Bird hat by Unknown
  8. Studded open hood by Atsuko Kudo

De September 6Edit

Arriving at Tegel Airport in BerlinEdit

Lady Gaga was spotted arriving at the airport in Berlin from a flight from the United States. She signed a couple of autographs for her fans before going to her hotel.

  1. Military hat by Unknown, sunglasses by Alpina, outfit by Jasmine Di Milo, shoes by Saint Laurent

De September 7Edit

At IFA 2009Edit

Related article: Heartbeats by Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga attended the IFA 2009 in Berlin to announce the Heartbeats, a pair of in-ear monitor (IEM) in collaboration with Monster Cable's Beats by Dr. Dre. They were designed with design firm Ammunition Group and the Haus of Gaga.

  1. Sunglasses by Oliver Goldsmith, dress by Marc Jacobs, shoes by Saint Laurent

Philipp GuellandEdit

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At Monster Cable PartyEdit

Lady Gaga attended the Monster Cable Party at Tube Clube in Berlin with Dr. Dre.

  1. In-ear monitor (Heartbeats) by Beats by Dr. Dre, mask by Maison Michel, brooch by Chanel, coat by House of Blueeyes, dress by Atsuko Kudo, shoes by Saint Laurent

Kai Stuht PhotoshootEdit

Main article: Kai Stuht

De Gb September 8Edit

The episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show that was recorded on May 12, 2009, where Gaga performed LoveGame aired today.

At Tegel Airport to Hearthrow AirportEdit

Gaga was seen boarding a plane at the Tegel Airport to the Heathrow Airport in the United Kingdom.

At Heartbeats Press Conference (HMV Store)Edit

Lady Gaga held a press conference at an HMV store on Oxford Street to promote her new Monster Cable Beats by Dr. Dre.

Fr September 9Edit

Arriving at NRJ Radio in ParisEdit

Lady Gaga wears a dress by Marc Jacobs, sunglasses by Alpina.

At NRJ RadioEdit

Main article: NRJ

Lady Gaga performed an acoustic version of Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)

  1. Dress by Marc Jacobs, sunglasses by Alpina

Leaving Tremoille HotelEdit

Lady Gaga was seen leaving Tremoille Hotel again later in the day to go perform on Fun Radio and attend a press conference at the Virgin Megastore.

  1. Jacket by Lie Sang Bong, sunglasses by Marc Jacobs

At Fun RadioEdit

Main article: Fun

Gaga was on Fun Radio, 'Ecoutez le son dancefloor', where he appeared playing acoustic version of "Eh, eh (Nothing else I can say)".

  1. Jacket by Lie Sang Bong, sunglasses by Marc Jacobs

At Virgin MegastoreEdit

Gaga attended another Press Conference about her Monster Cable Beats by Dr. Dre.

  1. Jacket by Lie Sang Bong, sunglasses by Marc Jacobs

On N' est Pa Couche InterviewEdit

Gaga was interviewed on this TV show about the meaning of her music and her personality.

Lady Gaga wears a kimono wool coat by Vilsbol de Arce and sunglasses by Marc Jacobs.

Fr September 10Edit

Leaving Tremoille Hotel in ParisEdit

Gaga was seen leaving the Tremoille hotel to go perform on the TV show Taratata.

Lady Gaga wears shoes by Junko Shimada and sunglasses by Marc Jacobs.

At TaratataEdit

Main article: Taratata

Gaga was seen rehearsing for her performance a few hours before the show.

Gaga performed a ragtime version of "Poker Face" and "Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)".

Us September 11Edit

5th Annual BGC Charity DayEdit

Lady Gaga along with Whoopi Goldberg, Anthony Edwards, Chace Crawford, Charles Grodin, Gary Sinise and Kathleen Turner, were celebrities to take part in the annual charity of the company that was affected by the September 11, 2001 disasters.

  1. Sunglasses by Alpina, enamel bracelet by Hermès, gloves by Topshop

Us September 12Edit

VMA's 2009 RehearsalsEdit

Gaga was photographed rehearsing for the 2009 VMA's.

Leaving Radio City Music HallEdit

Gaga was seen outside of Radio City Music Hall having a coffee after VMA rehearsals.

Us September 13Edit

2009 MTV Video Music AwardsEdit

Red CarpetEdit

Lady Gaga arrived on the red carpet wearing a black dress, neck brace, top hat, and a Phantom of the Opera-esque mask. Her date was Kermit the Frog. Prior to entering the event, she was interviewed by Sway from MTV.

  1. Dress by Jean Paul Gaultier, Feather Neck Brace and ring by Keko Hainswheeler, hat by Le Tour de Force, mask by House of Blueeyes
  2. Hair by Peter Savic, makeup by Kabuki


Pete Wentz and Gabe Saporta introduced Lady Gaga to the crowd before she performed. She performed "Paparazzi"; wore with the Haus of Gaga Bleeding Bodysuit and mask by Keko Hainswheeler. Lady Gaga has often remarked that this performance was inspired by a Frida Kahlo self-portrait, the death of Princess Diana, and the public's fascination with the demise of the celebrity.

  1. Lady Gaga: Bodysuit by Haus of Gaga, mask by Keko Hainswheeler
  2. Dancers: Outfits by Jaiden rVa James

Best New ArtistEdit

Lady Gaga was presented the award for Best New Artist by Eminem and Tracy Morgan. Her red lace outfit was meant to be a continuation of her performance, with the red lace meant to be symbolic for the eternal martyrdom of fame.


Gaga was seen the in audience posing with many celebrities. Most notably, Beyonce.

  1. Dress by Jean Paul Gaultier, headpiece by Philip Treacy

Press RoomEdit

Lady Gaga posed in the press room after the awards ceremony with her moonman.

  1. Dress by Jean Paul Gaultiershoes by Viktor & Rolf

After PartyEdit

Lady Gaga attended a VMA afterparty at Avenue with Lady Starlight, Mark Kanemura, Asiel Hardison, and Perez Hilton.

  1. Dress by Jean Paul Gaultier, headdress by Alex Noble, shoes by Viktor & Rolf

Us September 14Edit

Hanna Liden: Fame Kills PhotoshootEdit

Lady Gaga took a photoshoot for the Fame Kills Tour, but the photos were never officially released due to the cancellation of the tour.

Marc Jacobs' Mercedes-Benz Fashion WeekEdit

Lady Gaga attended Marc Jacob's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. She was seen posing with Madonna and other celebrities.



Lady Gaga and the Launch of V 61Edit

The event was promoted as "V magazine, Marc Jacobs with Belvedere Vodka celebrates Lady Gaga and the launch of V61" at Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel in New York City. The launch of V61 was sponsored by Belvedere Vodka and MAC Comestics. Unoffficially, the event was known as the Marc Jacobs show's after-party.  The party featured a performance from Lady Gaga who was fresh off her Best New Artist VMA and continuing the "blood look" with a blood red lace outfit. She performed an acoustic rendition of "Poker Face" and "Just Dance".  Gaga costume for her VMA performance was on display in a box next to her piano.

Us September 15Edit

Max Abadian PhotoshootEdit

Lady Gaga took a photoshoot with Max Abadian for 944 and Flare magazines.

At "" Launch PartyEdit

Lady Gaga attended the launch of Perez Hilton's new site:

Us September 18Edit


"Listening to mika's new record. Brilliant."

Us September 19Edit

Francesco Vezzoli PhotoshootEdit

Lady Gaga did a photoshoot with Francesco Vezzoli for the Italian version of Vanity Fair magazine and promo for MOCA's 30th Anniversay Gala.

At Recording StudioEdit

Lady Gaga recorded "Telephone" with Darkchild today. Some of the recording was filmed on video and released at some point.

Us September 21Edit

Arriving at Office Building in NYCEdit

Gaga was seen entering an office building in New York.

At Mary Howard Studio in BrooklynEdit

Gaga was seen arriving at Mary Howard Studio. It was also on behind the scenes footage of the Annie Leibovitz Photoshoot.

Annie Leibovitz PhotoshootEdit

Gaga did an Hansel and Gretel inspired photoshoot with Annie Leibovitz for Vogue magazine.

Arriving at LAX AirportEdit

Us September 22Edit

Arriving at a StudioEdit

Lady Gaga was seen entering a studio with Kanye West.

Us September 25Edit

Out in Los AngelesEdit

Lady Gaga was seen out in Los Angeles going to an undisclosed location.

Us September 28Edit

Arriving at Washington D. C. AirportEdit

Lady Gaga arrived at the Washington D. C. Airport for her final Fame Ball concerts in Washington D. C. and Virginia.

VOA Border Crossing InterviewEdit

Gaga did a quick interview with VOA Border Crossing before her concert that night.

The Fame Ball Tour: Landmark TheaterEdit

Lady Gaga returned to wearing her blonde bob wig. She wore the sparkly mirror dress, returned to wearing the denim outfit, her purple tutu, and the bubble jacket outfit.

At Record PlantEdit

Lady Gaga was photographed in the Record Plant recording studio.

Us September 29Edit

At Record PlantEdit

The Fame Ball Tour: DAR Constitution HallEdit

There were no changes fashion wise between this Fame Ball Concert and the previous concert. This is also the very last Fame Ball Concert.

Us September 30Edit

At Saturday Night LiveEdit

Main article: Saturday Night Live, Mary Ellen Matthews

Lady Gaga did a photoshoot with Mary Ellen Matthews for SNL Promo, and Gaga also filmed a SNL promo commercial with Ryan Reynolds.

Out and about in NYCEdit

Lady Gaga was seen out walking around in New York City.

104.5 CHUM FMEdit

Main article: CHUM-FM

Extra InterviewEdit

Main article: Extra

Lady Gaga was interviews by Extra before her Heartbeats unveiling. 

Heartbeats by Lady Gaga Headphone UnveillingEdit

Main article: Heartbeats by Lady Gaga

The Hearbeats headphones were officially unveiled and a press conference was held as well along with multiple interviews with the press.

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