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Lady Gaga's shoes from the Grammys: A close-up look

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Lady Gaga's shoes: Gaga or gag?

With four different outfits created by Giorgio Armani Prive, Lady Gaga rocked the Grammy Awards in her own unique way. Her shoes, in particular, were remarkable both for being one-of-a-kind... and for somehow being able to keep the singer standing!

Lady Gaga wowed the crowd again when she arrived at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards arrivals at the Staples Center, Los Angeles on January 31. The first of her four outfits -- a sparkly solar-system styled affair -- was paired with some eyecatchingly odd shoes, which left us wondering how she even walked down the red carpet without tipping over!

Take a look:

Lady Gaga's shoes: Gaga or gag?

And here is a close up of Lady Gaga's Grammy shoes:

Lady Gaga's shoes: Gaga or gag?

In a statement to Us Magazine, Armani wrote, "We hear Lady Gaga's music everywhere we go... It is like a soundtrack of our times. In addition to her formidable songwriting skills, she is a modern fashion phenomenon. I am delighted to be creating these outfits on such an important night for her, the Grammys, and I wish her the best of luck."

Lady Gaga -- née Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta -- returned the compliment, stating, "I am honored to be wearing Armani this evening. The series of pieces Mr Armani created for me are truly iconic; they represent not only beautiful fashion, but my spirit and essence as an artist."

The winner?

What do you think -- do you go gaga for these shoes, or pretty much just gag?

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