Lady Gaga unveils 'flying dress' at album launch party

Lady Gaga unveils 'flying dress' at album launch party

Lady Gaga’s album sales are already stratospheric, so why not her evening wear?

The Applause singer has unveiled a high-tech, white vehicle she calls the world’s first flying dress. The contraption lifted her inside a mammoth building in New York City, where she held a launch party for her new album.

The dress does, however, make quite a lot of noise.

The 27-year-old New Yorker said this was “maybe a small step for Volantis” - as she calls the battery-powered metal dress – but “a big-time step” for Lady Gaga.

She says her ultimate goal is to stage the first musical performance from space.

Her third studio album, Artpop, will be released today.

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