Grand as ever, Lady Gaga poses in a scarf made of counterfeit $100 notes and a Hermes bag while boarding a private jet to Las Vegas.

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Why is the world shocked by Lady Gaga’s boa made of fake $100? She is, after all, the barrier-breaker who rocked meat, dress, a flying dress, and also an inflatable, blindingly metallic sea urchin costume. What else would the superstar wear while boarding a private jet to Sin City? A set of comfortable pJ’s are for lesser mortals like me and you but the lady goes gaga over Benjamin Franklin-themed boas complementing her $1,300 Magda Butrym polka-dot dress and a $22,500 Hermès Kelly purse to finish the luxurious look. Come to think of it, the lovely Hermès Kelly purse in popping pink should be making more noise than a scarf made of bogus dollar bills (not even remotely over the unforgettable 128-carat Tiffany yellow diamond Lady Gaga wore to the Oscars).

The superstar, 35, was on a private jet to Sin City as she prepares to return to her residency at MGM’s Park Theater after nearly two years, DailyMail reports. The star shared her euphoria by posting a cryptic message hinting at her return to the Las Vegas residency, ‘Back to Vegas baby with Haus of Gaga #jazz #loveforsale.’ As expected, fans couldn’t resist giving their opinions on the look primarily because of speculation over the authenticity of the dollar bills and got a big reaction on Instagram.

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Gaga’s trumpeter Brian Newman commented, “Yes to all of this.” Others commented with heart emojis. Many also wrote, “That’s money honey,” relating to her 2008 song “Money Honey.” Dailymail states the Oscar-winning star could make a staggering $1050k a night when her Jazz & Piano residency kicks off in Vegas. The incredible Gaga’s wardrobe will be a truly outstanding range of custom-made designer gowns costing $10 million to assemble.

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