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Wally of the Week: Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga in £1.25 million bidding war for macabre Michael Jackson images

 

An eight-page medical report on Michael Jackson’s hair-fire accident in the 1980s is not something most normal people would want. It’s for sale, however, according to The Mirror and Lady Gaga is supposedly after it. The price? £1.25 million.

 

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga

Michael Jackson being wheeled to hospital after the 1984 accident which occured during the filming of a Pepsi commercial

The report, which contains “graphic images” of the singer’s burnt scalp, is for sale with Flatsigned, a Nashville auction house, on behalf of an ambulance driver named Brian McDaniel. He claims to have “found” it in a park bin close to the hospital where Jackson was treated following the 1984 accident.

 

Gaga, who also goes by the name of “Mother Monster”, has admitted spending $1 million on 55 items of Michael Jackson memorabilia in the last year. She will supposedly display these – and the burns photographs if she is successful in her bid at the auction – in a gallery or fashion museum.

 

This freakish showcase is one that the public doesn’t need to see. For this reason, we make Lady Gaga our Wally of the Week.

 

 

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2 comments on “Wally of the Week: Lady Gaga”

  1. Lady Gaga has build her image and fortunes around being outrageous, but what is in her favour, she is a musical genius. It is all Public Relations shit, it is the way she and her management want to brand her as a product. Madonna even gave the impression in the 1980’s that she shagged a horse. I don’t believe her to be a wally, her fans are.

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