Lady Gaga had some company on stage during a recent television performance in Tokyo, where she stopped this week to promote her new ARTPOP album.
She's turning heads over the performance, in which she sits at a piano singing "Applause" accompanied by four exact life-size replicas of herself. The replicas are called "GagaDolls" and were created by a well-known Japanese sex doll company called Orient Industry.
According to "Business Insider," Gaga and the Japanese branch of her label Universal commissioned the four pieces.
Gaga dressed her dolls up in over-the-top Japanese fashions, and the singer herself blended in by copying their look with a blonde wig and sunglasses.