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Lady Gaga’s Tour Wardrobe Has a Whole Security Team

Lady Gaga is gearing up for her Chromatica Ball tour, and apparently her wardrobe will be so iconic and whimsical that she’ll need her own private security team. Within reason! Normal! As it should be! In any event, The sun reports that Gaga hired 24-hour security for her outfits on tour, some of which were designed by Versace.

“The designer clothes, including the Versace designs that Lady Gaga will wear, are priceless because they were made especially for her,” a source said. “There are a lot of outfits that are guarded 24/7 because they are so valuable and his team doesn’t want them damaged or seen by anyone.”

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And please be advised are a plot parts to monitor. “She loves to change her costume, so there are a lot of clothes to keep,” the source noted. “Rehearsals have been intense for weeks and obviously everyone is prohibited from filming or taking photos to ensure everything is a surprise on opening night. It will be an absolute spectacle.

Really, imagine your full-time job is obsessively keeping Lady Gaga’s clothes. The dream!

FYI, Gaga’s tour begins this Sunday in Düsseldorf, Germany, and according to Billboard it’s already on track to gross $4 million per show in the US alone. In other words: she can afford to hire a fleet of security guards for her wardrobe.

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Not much is known about the general vibe of this tour since everything has been kept super secret, but Gaga still delivers. Now, excuse me while I consider engaging my closet security. Someone has to protect these ripped but uncool jeans.

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