Whether she meant to or not, Lady Gaga let it all hang out at Monday's Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) Awards at New York’s Alice Tully Hall.
The Paparazzi singer, known for her outrageous get-ups, wore a short blue/green wig and a dress with a sheer lace top that didn't hold up the whole time, exposing the singers ample bosoms, areolas and nipples.
At the event, Gaga was honored with the CFDA's Fashion Icon Award, and delivered a poignant speech about the impact fashion has on her young fan base.
"Fashion means so much to them," Gaga told the high-brow New York crowd. "It's really hard to talk about ... I always felt like I had made it before I had made it because of all of you, because it was all of you that made me feel like I was a star."
Gaga’s new album Born This Way is in stores now.