Lady GaGa Uncovers on 'Rolling Stone' Cover
Lady GaGa graces the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone and, in what is perhaps not a surprising development, she's not wearing a whole lot of clothing in the cover shot, lensed by master photographer David LaChappelle.
The pants-averse "Poker Face" chanteuse reveals plenty in the accompanying interview too. GaGa admits that, prior to achieving stardom with her album The Fame, she practiced for worldwide notoriety by hoovering mounds of cocaine and perfecting her hairstyle and for hours in front of the mirror in her tiny Lower East Side apartment.
"It was quite sick,” she recalls. “I suppose that’s where the vanity of the album came from.”
She also notes that, as wild as her stage persona is, the off-duty hours are when the real freak comes out. "The truth is, the psychotic woman that I truly am comes out when I’m not working,” GaGa 'fesses up. “When I’m not working, I go crazy."
Most importantly, GaGa asserts, she's one-of-a-kind in the music world.
"I don’t feel like I look like the other perfect little pop singers,” she says. “I think I’m changing what people think is sexy."
You can say that again, lady.
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