Lady Gaga struts out of The Mark in NYC wearing insane platform shoes after a surprise appearance at New York World Pride Parade.
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The singer was giving Fame Monster vibes while walking out with the extreme platform heels but updated her look to 2019, with a pleated gold blouse and black trousers with attached suspenders.
She accessorized with black nails and black handbag as she walked out to sign autographs and pose for selfies with her screaming fans.
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I couldn’t be more proud of every single person in that crowd and around the world today. This community inspires me so much. Your courage, your bravery, your relentless pursuit of kindness. Celebrate yourselves today, and hopefully every day. I love you. #PRIDE ? @gr8images @gettyentertainment
The singer surprised attendees at New York World Pride sharing her love for the LGBTQ community saying — ‘I may not even be considered a part of this community, even though I like girls sometimes. [And] I would never degrade the fight you have all endured…But honestly, I really, really love you.’
The Oscar-winning actress was recently invited to become part of the Hollywood organization that votes annually to determine Oscar winners.
‘In 2016, the Academy announced a robust diversity initiative aimed at doubling its membership of women and other minorities by 2020’, says Entertainment Weekly, and this year they’re on their way to meeting their goal by an ‘increase in the Academy’s overall female membership to 32 percent — a seven-percent increase since 2015. Across the same frame, that number jumps from eight percent to 16 percent for people of color’.