Lady Gaga Talks Marriage Proposal in 'Vanity Fair'

Lady Gaga January Vanity Fair

Maybe you shouldn't put a ring on it, at least according to Lady Gaga. The signer tells Vanity Fair that she's not impressed by a proposal, especially after breaking up with the man on bended knee. Gaga says that it's only after she’s left someone that they’ve asked her to marry them.

"How f***ing romantic," she quips. "Sure, pop a ring on my finger and make it all better. I can buy myself a f***ing ring."

According to Gaga, her relationships fall short not because of her fame or money -- but because of her talent.

"If I go to the piano and write a quick song and play it back, they are angry with how fast and effortless it is. That’s who I am, and I don’t apologize for it," she says. "But it’s a hideous place to be in when someone that you love has convinced you that you will never be good enough for anyone. I had a man say to me, 'You will die alone in a house bigger than you know, with all your money and hit records, and you will die alone.'"

in that kind of stressful, worthless moment, I would think, I’ll show you.'"

She sums up her love life by saying, "I think what it really is, is that I date creative people. And I think that what intimidates them is not my purse; it’s my mind."

See more from the interview on VanityFair.com. The January issue (with Gaga on the cover) is on newsstands in New York and L.A. on December 1, and nationally and on the iPad on December 6.

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  • Kurt Hendricks
    Kurt Hendricks

    "I had a man say to me, ‘You will die alone in a house bigger than you know, with all your money and hit records, and you will die alone.’” It is a cruel thing to say to someone but if Stefani really wants to prove them wrong, she needs to change her attitude, get her priorities right and put more effort into her love life because she is always seen alone, is too career-driven and just seems to be very passive.

 
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