Lady Gaga is in the latest issue of NME music magazine to promote her upcoming album “Born This Way” and, by the looks of things, she’s really upset about something. “I’ve been endlessly probed,” she says.
The singer, whose album is coming out towards the end of May, is also gracing the cover of the magazine, dressed in a sheer bodysuit with zippers in the right places, for easier access to those areas.
Excerpts from the interview have already popped up online and one can easily see that something – or someone – got Gaga rather upset, perhaps a question of what she’s really like in real life, when the crazy outfits
and the crazier makeup are gone.
“Let me tell you something. If you [expletive]-ing rip my hairbow and my wig off my [expletive]-ing head, my shoes, my bra, every single thing on my body, and you throw me on a piano with a microphone, I will [expletive]-ing make you cry,” Gaga says (quotes via X17 Online
It’s clear that she’s trying to say that she’s not all that meets the eye and that there’s more to her art than just her outlandish fashion sense.
She’s not out to shock, in other words: she makes music to send a message to her fans and all these questions about the “real” Gaga are getting tiresome already.
“I feel I have been probed endlessly about who the [expletive] I am,” the singer says in her typical direct manner.
She never made any attempts to hide who she really was, so she doesn’t see the point of the question.
“I have been quite open about it. And still nobody seems to have a clue. I’m not going to start churning out what you expect,” Gaga warns.
“If you’re looking for me to be something that isn’t there, STOP LOOKING. I am not that. I am not created. If you want me to be a manufactured act, you can [expletive] off,” she concludes.
Gaga’s album “Born This Way” is out on May 23. She’s already released the lead single off it (also called “Born This Way”) and “Judas,” which was received with mixed reactions