Lady GaGa's Meat Dress To Be Made Into 'Jerky'
Desinger Franc Fernandez reveals he is to perserve & save the gory gown...
VMAs is to become 'jerky', allowing it's designer to preserve and archive his creation.
Speaking to our E! Online, Franc Fernandez has revealed the that he intends to 'dry-out' and save the gory gown, but it will not be able to be worn again.
He explained: "The dress will go through a process where it becomes a sort of 'jerky' and will be archived,"
The Argentinean fashionista added: "The meat dries out, rather than rotting. It becomes jerky. But it shouldn't be worn again."
Fernandez also claimed that despite the attention Lady G's beefy number achieved, he will not be making another outfit made out of raw meat, claiming that he plans to leave his controversial creation in the past.
He said: "I think it's just that — it's just the meat dress. There's not going to be meat dresses in the future. This was made for a specific purpose. It's what it is."
Meanwhile, GaGa has stated that she plans to carry on fighting the US military's Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy claiming after the US Senate voted against debating the topic further.
GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta, who has already spoken out against the policy at a rally in Portland on Monday, has pledged to fight the bill further for the sake of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual And Transgender (LGBT) community.
The Poker Face hitmaker explained: "(It) was an enormous disappointment, for myself, and for many young American people. Not only because Don't Ask Don't Tell was not repealed by our Senators, but moreover because legislative procedure is being abused to stop public business, public debates, from happening while America is watching."
"There was a debate... we just didn't get to watch it. Instead, it has been customary now for antiquated procedures and partisan politics to take precedence over debate, America's needs, and today, sadly, over the needs of U.S. troops."
She added: "I will keep fighting, I will not give up. I am passionate about the rights of the LGBT Community... and I will continue to activate as many young people as I can, and encourage them to get politically involved in their future."