Outrageous pop phenomenon, Lady Gaga, is quoted in the September issue of OUT magazine in an interview titled, “Gaga Gone Wild,” wherein she says tons of mind-blowing things, including how gay, gay, gay her show is!
Here’s an excerpt:
“I had a few gay piano teachers. I was in acting class and ballet from a very young age, and I remember being around a lot of gay boys in dance class. I feel intrinsically inclined toward a more gay lifestyle.” She did Ellen before Leno, performed in gay clubs before straight ones, and plugs the gays constantly in interviews, even those with straight publications.
Photo of Lady Gaga with a skeleton, as featured in OUT magazine
Despite a lesbian subtext to “Poker Face”—the song is about, among other things, a woman lusting after a woman while dating a man—Gaga says, “I myself am not a gay woman—I am a free-spirited woman: I have had boyfriends, and I have hooked up with women, but it’s never been like ‘I discovered gayness when I was dot dot dot.’ ”
That’s another clause in the Gagaland constitution: Gay culture shall gush undiluted into the rapids of society. It shall not be co-opted, fancified, dolled up, or Uncle Tommed. “I very much want to inject gay culture into the mainstream,” she says. “It’s not an underground tool for me. It’s my whole life. So I always sort of joke the real motivation is to just turn the world gay.”
Lady Gaga dressed only in bubbles on the cover of the June 2009 issue of Rolling Stone magazine
“Be life-changing, historical, and memorable,” she proclaims. “Those are the three things that are important to me. My whole life is a performance. I have to up the ante every day.”
Lady Gaga on stage in London touching herself, February 2009 photo
Read the entire mind-boggling Lady Gaga interview at out.com.
Recent photo of Lady Gaga with another extraordinary hairdo at the Australian Idol TV show
Watch this official MTV video of Lady Gaga performing “Poker Face” from her best-selling The Fame album:.
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