While she is certainly an outrageously talented musician, Lady Gaga is best known for her wild fashion moments. When you think about her statement sartorial snapshots, it's likely that a few key words spring to mind: egg, meat and, possibly, Kermit the Frog.
The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards took place in Los Angeles on Sunday night, making it 10 years since the Poker Face singer arrived at the 2011 awards in an egg.
To see more of Lady Gaga's wildest wardrobe choices, click through the gallery above.
On February 13, 2011, the singer opted not to walk the red carpet herself, choosing instead to be carried down it in an egg-shaped carriage by five scantily-clad men and one woman. She described it as a "vessel", not an egg.
"I was in there for about 72 hours, and it was a very creative experience, and it was time for me to prepare and really think about the meaning of Born This Way and get prepared for the performance. I really wanted to be born on stage," the singer said of the meaning behind her 2011 wardrobe choice at the time.
And born she was. When she took to the stage for her performance of Born This Way, she dazzled the crowd as she emerged from the alien-like vessel wearing flesh-coloured latex, to match her dancers.
Watch Lady Gaga's 2011 Grammy Awards performance here:
Lady Gaga in 2021
At this year's ceremony, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's Rain On Me became the first female duet to win in the Best Pop Duo/Group category.
But the performer was not there to wow the crowds with her wild sartorial choices, as she's currently shooting her new film, House of Gucci, alongside Adam Driver, in Rome.
She tweeted hours before the ceremony began: “Watching the Grammy’s from Italy! So honoured just to be nominated! Love you little monsters! Love you music, love you art, love you world. God bless health and happiness to all the nominees!”
From 2009 and beyond
From the latex gown she wore to meet Queen Elizabeth II to her Elizabethan-style outfit she donned for the UK A Star Is Born premiere, via an orbiting installation and, of course, her meat dress – in the gallery above we have looked back on the singer's wildest fashion to date.
To see more of Lady Gaga's general style evolution since 2009, click through the gallery below: