Lady GaGa Returns to Las Vegas by Rocking Boa Made of $100 Bills

The 'House of Gucci' actress is back to the Sin City kick off her 'Jazz and Piano' show, which will take place at the Park Theater, Park MGM on Thursday, October 14.

AceShowbiz - Lady GaGa returned to Las Vegas with style. The "Poker Face" hitmaker, who is known with her head-turning outfits, rocked a boa made of $100 bills when headed back to the Sin City on a private plane.

The 35-year-old pop star gave fans a look at her boa scarf via Instagram on Tuesday, October 12. In a picture she shared on the platform, the "Born This Way" hitmaker could be seen wearing a Magda Butrym polka-dot dress with detailed ruching and ruffles.

GaGa paired her outfit with Valentino cat-eye sunglasses as well as a hot pink Hermes Kelly bag. In the accompaniment of the snap, she wrote, "Back to Vegas baby with Haus of Gaga #jazz #loveforsale," referring to her and Tony Bennett's new collaborative album "Love for Sale".

Fans were quick to react to the boa. "Gaga can you give me that scarf I'm ... cold," one person quipped in the comment section, while another wrote, "I need some scarfs [sic] like that in my poor life." A third asked, "Which bill is from my 'Chromatica' tour ticket?"

GaGa is in Las Vegas to kick off "Jazz & Piano" show at the Park Theater, Park MGM on Thursday, October 14. She will be playing nine dates this month as the run will wind up on Halloween, October 31.

The "House of Gucci" actress is set to earn £750,000 per night from the show. On top of the fee, she will take home a percentage of merchandise sales.

About the "Jazz & Piano" residency, it will open with a recorded message from Tony Bennett. Aside from offering tribute to the 95-year-old crooner, GaGa will pay homage to the likes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin on the show.

As for GaGa's wardrobe, The Mirror, it features custom-made designer gowns that "cost over $10m to assemble." At one point, she will wear a "tailor-made hand embroidered dress" boasting over 53,000 Swarovski crystals and 250 rock crystals.

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