It seems like everyday is Halloween for Lady Gaga with her outrageous outfits, funky hair and bizarre make-up choices. She lives to play "dress up" and experiment with cutting-edge fashion statements.
Lady Gaga has become an icon of "Be Yourself" boldness and inviduality, always pushing the envelope with tonge-twisitng lyrics that can get stuck in your head for a week straight.
So, why not throw a Lady Gaga Halloween Party to pay tribute to a singer known for her bold personality, theatrical get-ups, haunting ballads and love for her "little monsters"?
Invite your fellow fans over and tell them to dress up in their favorite Lady Gaga fashion - anything, including an all meat dress, is on the table!
Offer up a monster margarita bar in honor of Gaga's pet name for her fans - complete with margarita Jell-O shots - and don't worry much about any other decor or food - the name of the game tonight is to JUST DANCE!
Have a Halloween Dance Off - Gaga Style!
If you're throwing a Lady Gaga Halloween Party, then you most likely have tons of her hits already downloaded to your iPod. This gives you the perfect opportunity to organize a good old fashioned "dance-off" for your party goers.
How to have a Dance-Off
Write the name of each party guest on a piece of paper, fold each piece and put it into a bowl (or hat).
Draw the first name and read the name outloud. Let's say "Christy" gets chosen, Christy then draws a name and whoever she picks becomes her partner.
Continue this way until all the names are chosen; it's okay to have dance teams of 3 or 4, depending on how many guests you have altogether. Figure you want to play at least 6-8 Gaga songs during the dance-off.
Make any rules you want but to keep it interesting, tell each team they have to choreograph a dance to 60 seconds of their favorite Lady Gaga song. Each team has to announce their song choice to avoid repeats.
You will surely have guests who do not want to participate (not everyone can dance or likes to be in the spotlight). Include these guests by making them the judges.
All dance acts get judged on a score from 1 to 10 for: style, creativity, costume choice, audience interaction and craziness!