After vomiting three times onstage during a performance in Barcelona, Spain, on Saturday, Lady Gaga looked none the worse for wear at her Fame fragrance launch bash in London the next day.
She arrived at Harrods on Sunday in true Gaga style, riding in a golden carriage pulled by two stunning black horses wearing feathers on their heads. It really looked like a scene yanked out of a fairy tale.
She appeared quite slender in an LBD, her hair worn long and teased on top, reminiscent of Lana Del Rey, which is also reminiscent of '60s pop singer retro hairstyles. But it was Gaga's ornate bejeweled gold fingers and wrists that caught everyone’s attention.
Those rings looked like they could rip something -- or someone -- to shreds. New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn, with whom she has been Twitter feuding, perhaps?
Thousand of Little British Monsters stood outside the department store in hopes of meeting or having their photo taken with the star. But according to the British paper The Standard, many expressed disappointment that she only posed for a few photographers and didn't greet any of the fans who had waited for hours to meet her. The paper also reports that they booed loudly as she quickly went into the store to have tea with 75 lucky competition winners. Adding insult to injury, the "Born This Way" singer was an hour late arriving.
"I'm overwhelmed by the thousands in London who came to Harrods," Gaga later Tweeted in an attempt to pacify, if not apologize. "I only wish I could've taken pictures with each of u. Thank u so much for coming."
However that was only one tweet. She tweeted twice about her "Lady PukeGa doing Swan 'Vomit' Lake" and posted the video of her multiple barfs, telling followers: "Was praying nobody saw but actually, its quite a good laugh if u need one."
Before she left Harrods, Gaga changed into a black fur trimmed dress, gloves and boots and a gigantic spikey gold headdress. Too bad she didn’t spend that time giving loyal fans some face time.
Tell us: Has Fame -- not the fragrance, but the concept -- changed Lady Gaga?