On Thursday the Dallas Museum of Art hosted “Second Thursdays with a Twist: Bad Romance.” It proved to be an exciting Valentine’s Day date spot for Lady Gaga super-fans. The Golden Globe winner’s voice trickled throughout the museum and chronicled her musical career from 2009 smash hit “Just Dance” to Oscar-nominated “Shallow.”
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It was a gorgeously Gaga-themed affair last night as our #DMArried contest winners, Hannah and Alejandro (🎶Ale-Ale-jandro🎶), renewed their wedding vows in front of all the Little Monsters at Second Thursday with a Twist! This happy couple has frequented the DMA together since they first met in high school marching band, and we’re wishing them many more years of happiness, love, and artful date nights! ❤️💋❤️ Thanks to @botanicalmix and @dallasgiftwrapcreations for your show-stopping creations that tied it all together! . . #DMAsecondthursdays #Valentines #ValentinesDay #valentinesday2019 #DallasMuseumofArt #wedding #vowrenewal #LadyGaga #LittleMonsters
Entertainment for the evening was provided by 6 O’Clock Dance Theatre who moved their way through Lady Gaga’s ever-evolving sound. Various programs were held to celebrate both the singer and the Hallmark holiday including an art-centered dating game.
The Horchow Auditorium played a constant reel of Gaga’s eclectic music videos with my favorite being “Marry the Night.” At nearly fourteen minutes, it could be considered a short film. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Gaga described the music video as “autobiographical.” The best line? While adorned in an embellished denim outfit Gaga quips, “You may say I lost everything. But I still had my Be-dazzler.’