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Friday, 9 July 2010

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Lady Gaga shown shaving her legs. (NOTE: The ripples of cellulite are hidden underneath the shaving cream.)

BROOKLYN - Lady Gaga showed some of her fans and passersby that she could also be known as Lady Gag-Gag.

The famed singer was seen wearing a black studded teddy, with indigo black fishnet stockings, and midnight black Velcro suspenders that basically 'showcased' her upper thighs.

Lady Gaga was on her way to work out at The Andersonville Gym and Bagel Shop. And it really too bad that apparently none of her entourage told her that what was being 'showcased' were her cottage cheese thighs.

Yes, the Gaga did not notice that her ripples of runaway cellulite were showing as clearly as the nose on Amy Winehouse's face.

Gaga, who is only 24, strutted on down the street exhibiting her new orange peel thighs look. She showed bumps, and lumps, and humps, and chumps.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Chumps are like humps except only 'cheeseier.']

One homeless lady, who appeared to be about 90 replied, "Damn da girly has golf ball dimples."

A Brooklyn police officer remarked he may never eat his favorite food, cottage cheese, again.

So the artist, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, will continue to sing as good as she always has. So far there has been no conclusive scientific evidence that having cellulite will in any way, shape, or form affect one's singing voice.

If it did, Britney Spears, Lily Allen, Wynonna Judd, and Madonna would all be working at some outlet mall selling women's shoes.

In a related story. The rumor that Kate Gosselin has cellulite on her tongue have been proven to be totally false. She said that they were probably started by her ex-husband, Jon "The 3-Inch Winky" Gosselin.

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