Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Part of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Exhibit
Lady Gaga's meat dress is coming out of the freezer: the frock will be put on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The dress, which is made from layers of Argentinean beef, will be part of an exhibit called "Women Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Power," The Associated Press reported. The show runs until February 2012.
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Gaga first debuted the outfit at last year's MTV Video Music Awards when she accepted her trophy for "Bad Romance."
The dress, designed by Franc Fernandez and Nichola Formichetti, has since been kept in a meat locker, doused with chemicals and then dried out before it was transported to the museum in Cleveland. Hall of Fame spokeswoman Margaret Thresher says the process caused the garb to dehydrate so it was painted to look "fresh."