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Lady Gaga wants to keep her mother's wedding dress for the rest of her life

FashionBy Sunday World
Lady Gaga wants to keep her mother's wedding dress for the rest of her life

Lady Gaga would love to keep her mother's wedding dress.

The 30-year-old singer has revealed if she could keep one garment for the rest of her life it would be her mum Cynthia's marital gown because she thinks it would be "comfortable" and because of the sentimental value attached to the gown, although she believes she sounds "silly" admitting to it.

Speaking to Radio Disney about her must-have wardrobe item, she said: "If I could have one fashion accessory for the rest of my life, I know it sounds silly, but I think it would be my mom's wedding dress because it would be comfortable but I would also have the memory of my mom in it, which would be great."

And the 'Bad Romance' hitmaker has revealed he favourite part of her daily beauty routine is brushing her teeth, because she loves the reaction she gets from other people when she brushes her teeth with her electronic Disney toothbrush.

She explained: "I actually have a Disney toothbrush. I know you probably think I'm joking, but I really do. It's pink, and it's electronic and it's got four different princesses on it and it's the best part of my day. The look on everyone's face when I whip out the Disney toothbrush."

Meanwhile, the powerhouse - who is known for her eccentric style and outlandish costumes for her performances - believes wearing an all-black ensemble will make people "focus" on her songs lyrics.

Speaking previously about her wardrobe choices whilst performing, the blonde beauty - whose real name is Stefani Germanotta - said: "If I wear black pants and a black T-shirt everyday, people might focus on what I write."

And Gaga has admitted although others were bewildered by her outfits, the garments "made sense" to her.

She explained: "All the outfits, fashion and art pieces over the years made sense to me [but] they didn't make sense to other people."