Rachel paid homage to Gaga’s infamous Kermit the Frog outfit; sadly, neither of her gay dads can sew, so it was a bit of a stapled stuffed animals mess.Winner: Gaga, whose look is more cohesive and structurally sound.
Mercedes paired one of Gaga’s bow wigs (in a kitschy purple) with an equally campy silver frock.Winner: Mercedes. Even though what she’s wearing is completely off-the-wall, she owns the look.
Brittany wore her take on Gaga’s infamous lobster hat.Winner: Brittany — solely based on the fact that she somehow managed to dance while wearing this insane headpiece.
Quinn’s costume paid homage to Gaga’s planetary-orbit dress from the 2010 Grammy Awards.Winner: Gaga. Although we do give Quinn props for those awesome pink faux lashes.
Kurt’s outfit was inspired by the Alexander McQueen ensemble that she wears in “Bad Romance.”Winner: Kurt, because he was almost beat up several times in the episode for wearing his version. Plus, we have a soft spot for anyone who bedazzles their own shoes.
Tina — whose fashion identity crisis inspired this week’s assignment — opted for Gaga’s iconic bubble dress.Winner: We’re afraid if we don’t say Tina, she’ll sic her vampire dad on us. That said, this is one of our all-time favorite Gaga looks…
Santana wore an oversized black rose headpiece paired with a lace bodysuit.Winner: It’s a tie! We thought of all the different Gagas running around this episode, Santana looked the most like the real thing.
Vocal Adrenaline opted for Gaga’s red lace crown get-up from last year’s VMAs. Winner: Gaga. This bizarre look loses some of its shock value the second time around. We’re also confused about how they’re able to sing.