Lady Gaga has raised eyebrows in Amsterdam after hitting the stage wearing a corset made entirely out of meat.
The singer showed off her new curves in the bottomless corset with strapless neckline, matching the look with meat booties.
It’s not the first time the singer has donned an outfit made entirely out of animal product - Gaga's infamous meat dress raised more than a few eyebrows at the VMA's last year - it also caught the disapproving eye of PETA, who commented, "The stunt is bringing lots of people to PETA.org to download a copy of our vegetarian/vegan starter kit, so I guess we should be glad."
Gaga defended her decision to wear the dress by saying it was merely a representation of free will. "As you know, I am the most judgement-free human being on the earth," said the singer. "If we don't stand up for what we believe in and don't stand up for our rights, pretty soon we're going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones."
Several media outlets have also slammed Gaga’s new fuller figure, with the Daily Mail commenting, “the singer - who apparently used to starve herself to fit into her costumes - seemed to be in need of a little more cover around her derrière, with the tight-fitting outfit proving unflattering.”
On the flipside, commented celebs.com, “Gaga's fuller figure could send a positive message to young girls that you don't have to look like a bag of bones to be beautiful.”
It seems Gaga could care less about the controversy however, with the singer recently opening the Philip Treacy show at New York Fashion Week, where she showed off a floral-adorned, helmet-style headpiece.
“Philip Treacy is the greatest milliner in the world,” said the singer.
Images by Getty Images.Milan Fashion Week S/S 2013: Gucci