On Saturday, Lolita Osmanova and Gaspar Avdolyan walked down the aisle and exchanged vows and what unquestionably looked like a wedding fit for a Disney fairytale. How so?
First of all, the entire showdown was held inside L.A.’s Dolby Theatre. Yes, the happy couple welcomed guests to the same auditorium that’s also the home of the Oscars—to the tune of $10 million, according to the U.K.'s The Independent newspaper.
Osmanova reportedly wore a bedazzled Zuhair Murad dress that complemented the $500,000 worth of flowers that were sprinkled across the venue.
As if that wasn't enough, the couple’s gold and white wedding cake featured not two, not three, not five, but a total of 10 tiers.
After the ceremony, Osmanova also changed into a different white tulle frock.
RELATED: Here's What the World's First Bikini Looked Like
But that’s not all. For their entertainment, they hired the one and only Lady Gaga. The Grammy Award-winning star arrived in a fiery red dress with a matching red stole and a slicked-back blonde 'do. She performed “Bad Romance,” “Marry the Night,” and other hits.
Gaga wasn’t the only star to perform. Jason Derulo also took the stage.
RELATED: Lady Gaga Defends Ed Sheeran Against Cyberbullies
A wedding with Lady Gaga as a headliner? We need to figure out how to score an invite next time.
Coinage, Life, well spent, presented by Geico. Lady Gaga is known for her wild style as much as she's known for her songwriting skills. But how much does looking like a space alien goddess every day cost? Because a lot of her fashions are provided for her for free from the relationship she has with designers, especially avant guard fashion house, Alexander McQueen. It's hard to give an exact estimate. But if she didn't have those relationships. how much could she be dropping on her unique style? Vintage McQueen pieces worthy of Her Ladyship run thousands of dollars online. We found this 2009 crystal pattern dress made by McQueen for just under $13,000. Pair with a McQueen beekeeper hat for $3,000, and Gaga's favorite, crazy high heels for another $600. Your outfit is in place, and you're going Gaga. The last thing you'll need is makeup and hair crew. Pro makeup and hair teams will run you at least $800 for your fame monster look. The total cost of all this? 17,334 bucks. And this is a pretty mellow Gaga outfit. Not ready to drop that much cash on one day of being Lady Gaga? Recreate her headline-making Kermit the Frog dress, with 40 stuffed frogs from Amazon. For $6 a piece, you can be Mother Monster for only $240. With it. Coin it. Life well spent, presented by Gieco.