Lady Gaga said that she actually wore an bulletproof gown to sing at President Joe Biden’s inauguration in January 2020. 

The 35-year-old superstar opened up about taking the extra fashion precaution in an interview with British Vogue where she spoke about the ‘fear’ she felt when Donald Trump was president. 

Calling her performance at the 59th presidential inauguration ‘one of the proudest days of my whole life,’ she revealed the stunning navy and red dress she wore fashioned by Schiaparelli was ironclad. 

Confession: Lady Gaga revealed that the Schiaparelli dress she wore to sing at President Joe Biden's inauguration was actually bulletproof; pictured 2018

Confession: Lady Gaga revealed that the Schiaparelli dress she wore to sing at President Joe Biden’s inauguration was actually bulletproof; pictured 2018

Fashion precaution: The 35-year-old superstar opened up about taking the extra fashion precaution in an interview with British Vogue where she spoke about the 'fear' she felt when Donald Trump was president

Fashion precaution: This 35-year-old star spoke candidly about fashion safety in an interview with British Vogue.

House of Gucci singer opened up about singing for the 46th president of the United States, before casually noting her bulletproof outfit. 

“That is one of the most proudest days in my entire life. As many Americans, I was afraid when Trump became president. I will be able tell my kids all about how I helped to bring 46 out of 48 in.  

“Singing in an Schiaparelli bulletproof gown. Although I’m not sure if anyone knows this, it’s something I’d like to share with others. It was one my hopes and dreams,” she said. 

“When I was at Capitol the day before the Inauguration, I recall walking around looking for evidences of insurrection,” Poker Face’s singer said.   

Wings: 'I'll never forget speaking to this young man who I was with (she said of the US Marine that walked her in) and he asked me if I was nervous and I said yes, but sometimes fashion can really give you wings...like a dove'

 Wings: ‘I’ll never forget speaking to this young man who I was with (she said of the US Marine that walked her in) and he asked me if I was nervous and I said yes, but sometimes fashion can really give you wings…like a dove’

Fashion moment: '...I wore this Schiaparelli design for the inauguration, and nobody knows this, but this is a bulletproof dress,' she told Vogue adding 'When I saw that golden dove, I just knew that this was the right piece'

 Fashion moment: ‘…I wore this Schiaparelli design for the inauguration, and nobody knows this, but this is a bulletproof dress,’ she told Vogue adding ‘When I saw that golden dove, I just knew that this was the right piece’

A video was also made with her by the publication, where she walks through her most famous looks from the past years. Then she spoke on her inauguration dress which she said is ‘one my favourite things I’ve worn’. 

‘… I wore this Schiaparelli dress for the Inauguration, which nobody else knows, it is bulletproof. 

‘When I saw the golden dove, my instinct was to know that it was the right piece. And I knew Schiaparelli, an Italian fashion house. It was something I felt strongly about, because I was singing for President 45 as he leaves and for president 46. 

‘I’ll never forget speaking to this young man who I was with (she said of the US Marine that walked her in) and he asked me if I was nervous and I said “yes”, but sometimes fashion can really give you wings…like a dove.’ 

Risk taker: The House Of Gucci star has taken plenty of fashion risks over the years including wearing a dress fully made of meat and even sky high heels, but the bulletproof dress was a remarkable first for her; pictured August 7

Take a chance: House Of Gucci’s star is a risk taker. She has worn a number of clothes made from meat over the years, including a dress with sky-high heels. But the first time she wore a bulletproof gown was August 7. 

Gaga performed the Star Spangled Banner just as Vice President Kamala Harris was insworn into office. 

Of course security was an at all-time high amid the state of political unrest, with federal law enforcement agencies and secret service launching a security mobilization that was the first of its kind in US history. 

One thousand police officers and 15,000 National Guard troops supported the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. 

She had campaigned hard for Biden before she got the chance to sing at the Inauguration with Jennifer Lopez.  

No room for error: 'When I was at the Capitol, the day before the inauguration, I remember walking around and looking for evidence of the insurrection,'; Gaga pictured after rehearsal on January 19 (the day before the inauguration)

There is no room for error. ‘When my family was at the Capitol the day prior to the inauguration I recall walking around looking for evidence of insurrection’. Gaga photographed after rehearsal on January 19, the day prior to the inauguration.