Lady Gaga Inspired By Claude Vanheye’s Style spoke with Lady Gaga in a Q&A, asking the singer if her choreography was inspired by Gwen Stefani’s Harajuku Girls. “The reference for my dance style is Claude Vanheye,” the 22-year-old responded. “He was a performance artist and singer in the 70’s who worked with David Bowie. And I’ve always been inspired by the way that he used this sort of android, androgynous, mannequin-like dancers. I have a clear concept in my mind. I could sit down with you and go through magazine clippings and film and videos that reference every single detail of my show. Those things are part of learning and studying art, and being someone that really – I live and breathe for my work. Those ideas all came together to create the vision of my show. I’m so proud of it. It’s my baby.” Read more.

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One thought on “Lady Gaga Inspired By Claude Vanheye’s Style

  1. pl says:

    She’s kinda weird.. I want to knmow how old she is and I thnk her music!!

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