Two of the queens of pop culture weirdness, Lady Gaga and Yoko Ono have come together (right now, over me), wearing colour-coordinated outfits and hats.
Peace activist Yoko, still stylish in shades at 79, presented the 26-year-old pop singer with the LennonOno Grant For Peace award in Reykjavik, Iceland. Held on October 9, the ceremony coincided with the day Yoko's late husband, Beatles legend John Lennon, would have turned 72.
Gaga was recognised for her pro-tolerance and peace activism, which have changed "the mental map" of the world, in Yoko's words.
The singer was highlighted for her work setting up the Born This Way Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation helping to create a "braver, kinder world" for young people.
"I'm supremely honoured to accept this grant and award today on behalf of youth empowerment around the world," Gaga said.
As well as the puzzle-shaped award, Gaga took a reported prize of $50,000, which she donated to the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
"I will be working closely with them to ensure that the money goes specifically to those orphans and disadvantaged youth in America born with HIV or AIDS," Gaga said.
Yoko is clearly a huge fan of Gaga, although we do get the sense she's been called a "little monster" before by some Beatles fans.
The only thing weirder than "Goko" would be a surprise appearance from Icelandic songstress Bjork. Why oh why didn't she crash the party wearing a duck dress?
Yoko also presented the peace award to members of Russian feminist punk Pussy Riot, some of whom are still imprisoned for anti-Kremlin protests, at a separate ceremony in September.