Lady Gaga VMA Outfit: Reverse, Even More Revealing Angle!

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Lady Gaga's VMA performance Sunday was one to behold, largely for the outfit she donned ... which you can now see from a new, revealing angle!

Basically, she wore a thong and little else, as the above below illustrates, with an unobstructed, rear view vantage point of her talking to Joe Gordon-Levitt.

The two main takeaways here are as follows:

  1. We sort of hate Joe Gordon-Levitt.
  2. We love TMZ for posting this.

Amazingly, especially considering it's Gaga - this got relatively little attention compared to Miley Cyrus Twerking or whatever the heck that was.

The PTC did call her out too, at least. Phew.

Follow the link to check out last night's Lady Gaga VMA performance of "Applause" ... if you can take your eyes off of those buns, that is. Not easy.

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poor girl cant seem to get enough attention

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Bill Mohar had it right--strip tease is alive in music.

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at least she is not a ho like miley.

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she is aware I'm a fan of thongs?

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Nice tushie!

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These shows are starting to remind me of the old burlesque skits, but at least they were in private clubs where an adult could choose or not choose to go - instead of blaring all across the tv and the internet where children can see them.