Lady Gaga flashes NYC because… pizza


Not too long ago we couldn’t help but be surprised at Lady Gaga’s unusually demure outfit choice.

Those style choices obviously didn’t last too long though as the Born This Way singer stepped out in New York City on Tuesday night wearing a tan coat, some denim cut offs and a pizza box. Pretty much.

The 29-year old pop star started her evening in a more clothed fashion while performing with her musical BFF Tony Bennett at Radio City Music Hall. After which she headed to the Rainbow Room for a more intimate show with some of her most loyal fans.

Wearing her coat, shorts and lacy white bra, she rocked her little monster fans worlds before posing for photos with them.

Hopping into her sleek black town car the Monster singer took off for a trip around Manhattan. Not one to leave the hungry photographers without a good shot, Gaga used the car’s sunroof to get in some sight-seeing. Still wearing the lacy lingerie.

Next thing we know, Gaga’s hopping out of her car to grab herself some Famous Amadeus Pizza in midtown Manhattan, strutting around sans bra.

All was still going fine and normal, normal for Lady Gaga mind you, until she left with her coveted pizza slices.

Not wanting to sacrifice her glorious carbs. Gaga gripped her pizza box tightly and covered her face. Letting all of the waiting paparazzi get their shots of the singer and her late night feast with bonus nipple sightings.

Seems like a pretty hectic night on the town for the singer, and we’re not that surprised she was willing to make some sacrifices in the name of her snacks.

Not that Lady Gaga is one to be afraid of showing off what she's got. On her recent trip to the Bahamas the star was flaunting all her best assets on Twitter while she soaked up the sun.

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