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A night at the museum with Lady Gaga

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Photo courtesy of Lizzie Loftus Photo credit: Lizzie Loftus

On Thursday the Dallas Museum of Art hosted “Second Thursdays with a Twist: Bad Romance.” It proved to be an exciting Valentine’s Day date spot for Lady Gaga super-fans. The Golden Globe winner’s voice trickled throughout the museum and chronicled her musical career from 2009 smash hit “Just Dance” to Oscar-nominated “Shallow.”

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Entertainment for the evening was provided by 6 O’Clock Dance Theatre who moved their way through Lady Gaga’s ever-evolving sound. Various programs were held to celebrate both the singer and the Hallmark holiday including an art-centered dating game.

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Photo courtesy of Lizzie Loftus Photo credit: Lizzie Loftus

The Horchow Auditorium played a constant reel of Gaga’s eclectic music videos with my favorite being “Marry the Night.” At nearly fourteen minutes, it could be considered a short film. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Gaga described the music video as “autobiographical.” The best line? While adorned in an embellished denim outfit Gaga quips, “You may say I lost everything. But I still had my Be-dazzler.’

The next Second Thursdays with a Twist will be held March 14 at the Dallas Museum of Art with a theme of “Live Long and Prosper.

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