Top marks for the outfits, Lady GaGa. We loved that post-it note dress by Londoner Ashley Isham and even though you could barely breathe - let alone sing - the steel D&G corset showed you know your fashion. But come on? The lilac tea cup you refuse to be parted from? The fridge you requested to keep your wigs in tact? The vague, vacuous remarks about being happy to be in Britain, the generic ‘you're very sweet' answers to every question with some off-the-wall remarks thrown in to remind us you're an ‘artist'? It made us feel frankly a bit sorry for Jonathan Ross. And believe us we don't say that every day. On the up side, her performance of Poker Face was bonkers and seemed totally genuine. And we are still whistling that breakout single Just Dance months after its release. So what did you make of Lady GaGa on Jonathan Ross? Let us know below!