Lady Gaga took her ';rebirth' at the Grammy Awards very seriously – she was transported from her hotel in Los Angeles to the factory where her custom-made eggs were built in a coffin-like incubator.
The oddball performance artist arrived at the Grammys in one of the eggs, designed by British artist Hussein Chalayan and built by late Muppet creator Jim Henson's team, and ';hatched' from another onstage for her performance of new song "Born This Way."
But the bizarre day began with Gaga being wheeled out of her hotel in a mesh box.
The singer's creative director and choreographer Laurieann Gibson explains, "She was incubating and, in birthing the new race, she had to go through a DNA transition, so before she was born we had to actually transfer her in a mesh box to keep the process going."
On The Tonight Show on Monday, the "Poker Face" hitmaker revealed she spent three days in the mesh coffin.
Talk about dedication!
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