Sadly, my recent plea to Lady Gaga for the opportunity to take a Polaroid went unanswered. But that didn't mean the return of the FlirtCam wasn't a huge hit in Vegas. That's right, I was making new friends right and left starting at the Lady Gaga performance. There was Gideon to our right who drove in from Los Angeles with his friend. He ultimately suggested we should meet him after the concert at Krave (either because he loved the Polaroid or because his friend looked really grumpy and we looked like we might be more fun).
There was the older gay couple from Las Vegas on our left who were a little curmudgeony about the photograph until after I gave it to them and then they loosened up and started chatting.
Then, there were the French boys. At first I thought they were brothers but as the show progressed, I couldn't be sure if they were related or if it was young love. Felix said they were just "being French." But if that's the case, French brothers sure like to get cozy sitting on each other's laps. Whatever they were, they were positively charming and funny. And they loved it when I gave them a Polaroid. While I didn't take a second photo of Gideon and the other couple, I did get one of the French boys. So here it is along with a Polaroid of Felix and me at the concert.
And now for the last photo of the night. If you can't get Lady Gaga to pose, why not get the next best thing: The Lady Gaga-inspired drag queen at Pirahna's after party. Here then is Miss CoCo St. James performing as Lady Gaga. I'm so happy to have the Polaroid back.