Lady Gaga talks about bulletproof dress at the inauguration

On The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, On Tuesday, Lady Gaga dived deeper into why she chose to wear a bulletproof dress during her performance of the national anthem at President Biden’s inauguration in January. And she said the decision had a lot to do with those closest to her.

“It was a scary time in this country,” Gaga said. “And I love my family a lot. And as a performer, I understand that I put myself in all kinds of dangerous situations to do what I love. And then I did it for myself, but also for my family, so my mother and father and my sister would feel safe. “

The actress and pop superstar also revealed what her motivation was behind her look on that unforgettable day, starting with her dress from Italian designer Maison Schiaparelli.

“Everything I knew I had that day was inspired by the Italian and French revolutions,” she said.

Gaga, who also told in the interview about why she is so hard on LGBTQ + rights, called the national anthem a “complicated tune” earlier in the interview, but did not elaborate on what makes it “complicated”, calling it only a “complicated time.” But she said she saw the inauguration as an opportunity to sing for everyone, not just those who voted for President Biden

“In many ways, I felt that day was a revolution for this country,” Gaga said. “And a real opportunity for us to look past the opposition and look forward to a time when we can be kinder, and we can be braver as a nation, as human beings.”

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert sent on weekdays at 23.35 CBS.

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