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The Perils of Letting Your Freak Flag Fly

The moral to this story? HO-chella doesn't have to happen to you. Keep the weirdness in your pants, please! Image via <a href="http://blogs.laweekly.com/westcoastsound/2011/04/lina_lecaros_coachella_dos_and.php">LA Weekly</a>
The moral to this story? HO-chella doesn't have to happen to you. Keep the weirdness in your pants, please! Image via LA Weekly

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Cautionary tales about letting it all hang out: bad, bad, BAD things can happen. John Galliano letting loose his inner Nazi didn't just cost him his job at Dior: He's now been fired from his own label. The earth's biggest Famewhore famemonster, Lady Gaga, keeps spewing craziness -- witness, her "I'm being guided by Alexander McQueen's ghost" and "these weird fake face prosthetics are really me" malarkey of earlier this week -- and her message has sadly resonated the wrong way with other crazies: a young woman in Oklahoma City brutally mutilated her family's own cat to wear his blood to a Lady Gaga concert. What can YOU learn from all of this? Be careful where you turn your id loose. People are watching. And if you're at Coachella, they are not only watching but taking tens of thousands of pics and videos that will show up ALL OVER THE INTERNET, and you will be bummed.
· Galliano Sacked [Racked NY]
· Lady Gaga: Alexander McQueen is Working Through Me [People]
· Harper’s Bazaar Forces Lady Gaga to Explain Her Facial Prosthetics [The Cut]
· Woman Kills Cat for Blood to Wear to the Lady Gaga Concert [Racked]
· Lina Lecaro's Coachella Do's and Don'ts [LA Weekly]