New York (ANI): John Lennon"s widow Yoko Ono has said that Andy
Warhol had first advised her to dress in an over-the-top style like
"[Warhol] said, Yoko, you should be doing like this and that," the New York Post quoted Ono as saying at the Loomba Foundation's
Gala Diwali dinner at the Essex House. Gesturing as if wearing a
wild headdress, Ono recalled, "He was actually predicting something
like Lady Gaga, you know, the costumes and all that."
“He said, You should do that, but I said, Well I'm an activist
and I'm not going to do that. I was in a different mood then. What
she's doing is beautiful, said Ono, who performed with Gaga last
month in a tribute to Lennon. "I don't think I would like to be too
near a meat dress," she added.