Lady Gaga Keeps the Show Going after her Leather Pants Rip on Stage

The famous singer had plenty of surprises for her fans who came to see her on the opening night of her latest North American tour.

Lady Gaga suffered a public wardrobe malfunction when her black latex pants split while she was on stage at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada on Friday, Jan. 11, 2013. Photo: ViralNews/YouTube

The ‘Born This Way’ singer suffered a very public wardrobe malfunction during her performance at the Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada on Friday.

When singing “Heavy Metal Lover,” Gaga hopped onto a motorcycle for part of her routine, causing her black latex pants split and expose her bare derriere, The Huffington Post reports.

The startling singer took it all in stride and kept on performing like nothing happened. She jumped onto a motorcycle revealing her bum to the world.

After a month off stage, Lady Gaga took to Twitter writing that she was nervous before the show. Her set list for the night was 23 songs deep.

The singer has described the “Born This Way Ball” as “an Electro-Metal Pop-Opera; the tale of the Beginning, the genesis of the Kingdom of Fame. How we were birthed and how we will die celebrating.”

The tour started in Vancouver on Friday and will end in Tulsa, Oklahoma in late March.

Despite the malfunction of her Versace pants during the concert, Gaga had this message for her fans later on in the show: “No matter how many rhinestones on my jeans, no matter how many fancy wigs I have, just remember that I don’t give a f— about anything but you and the music.”

By the way, the Italian born has also been making headlines recently for her ongoing feud with Kelly and Sharon Osbourne.

Sharon called Gaga a bully after the singer took to her own blog to address directly to Kelly. As Gaga claimed, Kelly’s show “Fashion Police” is “rooted in criticism, judgment, and rating people’s beauty against one another.”

The singer later explained her choice to publish the letter. “The ‘real world’ can be cruel, why not try to change it into a better place? I am an activist. Nobody takes adolescents seriously, I do,” she tweeted.

“My letter to @MissKellyO was open, because her statements on cyber-bulling were public & as a youth activist I’m compelled to be involved,” she added.

It was not the first time when Gaga and Kelly came to blows. Earlier this month Osbourne accused the pop star of not taking responsibility for her fans’ hurtful comments.

In an interview with Fabulous magazine, Kelly said that despite losing 50 pounds she is still taunted over her weight.

“I’m the thinnest I’ve ever been and the healthiest I’ve ever been,” the “Fashion Police” star told the publication. But regardless, she said, “I get called fat all the time. A big fat whore.”

And Osbourne said most criticisms lobbied at her come from Lady Gaga’s fans, even though the singer admits suffering from a longtime eating disorder, writes The International Business Times.

“Lady Gaga’s fans are the worst,” said Kelly. “They’ve said I should kill myself, that they hope I get raped. I mean it’s crazy, but I’ve had this all my life and I just try and ignore it.”

The feud seemed to worse Thursday, when Kelly’s mother Sharon posted an open letter on Facebook, calling on the singer to take action for the bullying of her daughter.

Sharon described Gaga as “nothing more than a publicly-seeking hypocrite and an attention seeker” in the post and said that her blog post had been “full of contradictions.”

“I am calling you a bully because you have 32 million followers hanging on your every word and you are criticizing Kelly in your open letter,” Sharon wrote.

“Are you so desperate that you needed to make this public? A word from you would stop all the hideous, negative and vile threats from your ‘little monsters.’”

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