Lady GaGa Strips Down for ‘Out’

Goodness! Lady GaGa doesn’t leave much to the imagination in her new cover-shoot for Out magazine. (Though, interestingly, she preserves just enough modesty to keep those hermaphrodite rumors going.) 

The “Poker Face” singer poses in the altogether for the mag, and seems to have made a skinny new friend in the process. Quite naturally, she delivers a few choice quotes in the interview. Such as: 

“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.”

and

“I’ve become really fascinated with fantasy and monster movies and the naïveté of the ’50s. Somehow I feel, socially, after a war or after something really bad happens there’s a rebirth of naïveté, so that’s where my obsession comes from. That’s when the fame monster is born.”

and

“My whole life is a performance. I have to up the ante every day.”

Mission accomplished, O Pantsless One. Mission Accomplished.

Check out the pics and let us know in the comments section: What do you think of GaGa’s Out photo-shoot?