Met Gala 2019: Lady Gaga marks arrival on the red carpet by changing her outfit four times

Lady Gaga arrived on the Met Gala 2019 red carpet in not one but four outfits.

The singer, who is one of the event’s co-chairs this year, was one of the first guests to make an appearance at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Delivering what is already one of the night’s most show-stopping ensembles, Gaga arrived accompanied by five dancers, fashion designer Brandon Maxwell and makeup artist Sarah Tanno.

She also had a personal photographer on hand to capture every moment of the live performance that was about to ensue.

Gaga began by wearing a pink cape dress, designed by Maxwell, which featured a giant bow and 25-foot train as the team of dancers helped her manoeuvre towards the museum's iconic steps.

Maxwell then appeared to unzip the colossal dress to reveal a corseted black number beneath complete with opera gloves.

(Getty Images for The Met Museum/

After applying lipstick in front of the cameras, the 33-year-old delivered a third look.

This time, Gaga undressed to reveal an outfit that consisted of a bright pink and form fitting column dress.

(Getty Images

She accessorised with oversized sunglasses and a Tiffany and Co butterfly necklace.

(Getty Images

The performance didn’t stop there as Gaga proceeded to strip down once more, revealing a crystal bra and bottoms complete with fishnet tights.

The singer’s make-up and accessories were remarkably doll-like, wearing giant black and gold lashes and a blonde bob wig covered in tiny bows.

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