Gagarazzi: the long-awaited recap.

I am a terrible blogger: I attended Gagarazzi nearly two weeks ago, and I still haven't found time to write a post before now. For shame!

Can I blame it on the first week of classes and working double-shifts?

Does a video from Gagarazzi make up for my procrastination?

Yes? No? Maybe?
Either way, Gagarazzi was a drop-dead gorgeous night, filled with a nonstop, good-vibes-all-around energy that I would only expect in Austin. Despite not knowing half of the Lady Gaga songs I heard, I had a jolly good time. From the costumes to the raffle prizes, the Lady Gaga-themed benefit was 100% a success.

Thanks to local bloggers and other local news outlets, Gagarazzi attracted over 600 partygoers! If it wasn't for my media pass, I wouldn't have been able to get in--the venue was packed. The Lady Gaga-themed benefit for Equality Texas raised nearly $2,500, as well. How impressive is that? A big congrats to the crew over at Homespun Horror, as they pulled off one heck of an event that I hope the city of Austin never forgets! Feel free to relive the Gaga magic that occurred at The Highball through my photos.
This is what I wore...with electric blue tights, no less.
  Allie in my "I found DVF at a swap meet" dress.
 It's not Halloween--it's GAGARAZZI!
 Some of the goodies that were raffled during Gagarazzi.
 Lady Gaga Barbies, for all!
 Painting by the ultra-talented Haylan Teel.
The winner of "The Best Gaga" Costume Contest.
 Miss Chevious.
 More of the festive, revelry within Gagarazzi's audience.
 Boylesque performer, Jasper St. James.
 Dolls From The Crypt: Yes, she really is wearing a meat dress.
 Brynn, of Brass Ovaries.
 Brynn was recently named Miss Texas Pole Star 2011.
 No wonder: her grace and athleticism is inspiring.
Eric Teel, of Homespun Horror, covering Gaga's "Future Love".
 Ginger Snaps, dancing her way through "Judas"...
 "Let's have some fun; this beat is sick."
Jolie Goodnight of The Jigglewatts.
"Caught in a bad romance."
Dolls From The Crypt: Paparazzi.


  1. What an awesome event for a great awareness too, loved all the outfits & great gifts too. Would have been fun to go to. Hope you have a great week doll x

  2. Gah! Ohmigosh Chelsea what an incredible event - it looks like such a blast! :)

  3. wow! = )

    kisses from La Mode En Rose = )

  4. I've never heard of this kind of event before but it looks amazing! I would love to attend! xo style, she wrote

  5. Looks like so much fun! Love all of the costumes! :)

  6. oh my gosh! how awesome are all these outfits?!!! i especially love the caution tape (very creatively placed) and your outfit is pretty great as well. love that your wore blue tights!!!


  7. Yes, the Caution Tape is obviously my favorite! What a fun opportunity to support a great cause! Wish I could have gone! Jess

  8. Wow. I wish there was an event like that in my area.

  9. oh em gee she moves like freakin' liquid on that pole!

  10. Your pictures look amazing!

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  11. Looks like fun! Love the t-shirt! :)SarahD

  12. wow! looks like a really fun night!


  13. what a blast! great pics. i love everyone's enthusiasm.

  14. What a night to remember!! I viewed the photos as I listened, to gain at least a little of the atmosphere. Glad that you were able to get in and be amazed!!

  15. Pretty darn amazing, I feel quite old and boring now. I am sharing a pet foster flyer with my Austin peeps. They are in real need, please pass on!

  16. I love the Caution Tape Girl. (That is her new name.) Her outfit is amazing, and look at her body! Daaaayyyuuuum.

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