Lady Gaga explains ‘vomiting’ performance...

Nobody ever thought Lady Gaga would ever be able to top her meat dress stunt when it came to her usual headline-grabbing antics. But boy, didn't we think wrong? Because having performance artist Millie Brown vomiting paint all over you during a live performance certainly took the biscuit.

What was her justification for such a sick stunt? And does she have any regrets? Find out inside.

Apparently, no, it seems. After being accused of glamourising bulimia, she was confronted about the shocking performance during her ‘Keynote' interview at the ‘SXSW’ event. 

She admits:
"It was just exciting to see people talk about performance art on the internet. We really just did it because we believe in the performance and we believe in what it meant to the song. I've known Millie [Brown] for I think like five years now and we've actually collaborated before, she was just in town and so we thought we would collaborate again. Sometime things that are really strange and feel really wrong can change the world. I'm not saying vomit is going to change the world. What I'm saying is it's the idea of a moment where it's truly just what we wanted to create and us just respecting each other as artists was enough for the performance to be worth it."
SMH. What will it take to top this? Urine and faeces? Anything to "excite" and "get people talking" I guess. Unsurprisingly, she's probably already thinking up ways to outdo this performance.