Lady Gaga Makes Runway Debut at Thierry Mugler Show

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"If I vomit on the stage, it would be good press," she is heard saying before taking to the catwalk.

Lady Gaga made her runway debut Wednesday, working the catwalk at Thierry Mugler's fashion show in Paris.

Mugler's autumn/winter 2011 womenswear collection is designed for the first time by the singer’s stylist, Nicola Formichetti.
Gaga first emerged on the catwalk in a beret, two pigtails, wearing a diamond necklace, sheer black top with a bra, leather skirt and - shocker! - towering boots. 
She posed and smoked a cigarette onstage in front of the audience, which included Vogue's Anna Wintour.
She closed the show, walking in a white skirt with white bustier and super-high platforms, along with a white hat and sheer scarf. 
Always self-aware, MTV News notes, Gaga was heard telling handlers backstage before she hit the runway: "If I vomit on the stage, it would be good press."
During the show, an unheard Gaga track, “Government Hooker,” also premiered.