was another black leotard, this time covered with rhinestones. The prototype version of
this outfit is seen on picture A. If you compare it with the one seen on picture B, D and
E, you can see that the silver parts (upper body, cuffs, and boots) were made from a
puffy, smooth fabric, while the finished version was made from a rougher, not-so-puffy
Picture B is of course, a close-up of the boots, while picture C shows the leotard without
any of the silver parts covering it!
Picture D is a look at the costume from behind... and as you can see, the backside of the
outfit looked almost exactly like the front, except for the zipper.