Lady Gaga continued to ditch any sort of pants (or perhaps wore super-short shorts) while out picking up food with her boyfriend, Michael Polansky, in Malibu.
The singer wore just an oversized gray sweatshirt, a metallic pink backpack, and neon-hued sneakers while out yesterday.
Lady Gaga is continuing to prove that for summer 2020, masks are mandatory, while pants definitely are not.
The "Rain on Me" singer headed out for another quick jaunt alongside her boyfriend, Michael Polansky, this time to indulge in a bit of Italian takeout for Sunday night dinner. For the quick errand, Gaga continued her recent style streak of opting for an oversized, crew-neck sweatshirt; a metallic pink face mask; matching mini backpack; and, of course, no pants. (Or at least they weren't visible from this angle.) Gaga accessorized the look with sleek hot-pink TechLoom Bliss sneakers by Athletic Propulsion Labs.
Gaga's latest outing follows the announcement that her upcoming Chromatica Ball world tour is officially postponed until next summer due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The singer took to social media over the weekend to confirm the long-speculated postponement.
"The Chromatica Ball is officially moving to Summer 2021!" wrote Gaga on Twitter. "We've been working hard to figure out the safest and soonest way to bring this show to you, but most importantly want everyone to be healthy and able to dance together at the shows as we always have."
The Chromatica Ball is officially moving to Summer 2021! We've been working hard to figure out the safest and soonest way to bring this show to you, but most importantly want everyone to be healthy and able to dance together at the shows as we always have. pic.twitter.com/clKcv2tnKA— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) June 26, 2020
The delayed start of The Chromatica Ball hasn't stopped Gaga from continuing the dance party, however. Last week, she joined in on a virtual Zoom celebration hosted by Paper magazine and Club Quarantine for which the star helped raise more than $75,000 for the Marsha P. Johnson Institute in honor of Pride Month.
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