We know by now that Lady Gaga is unique, but in an interview with the New York Times Style Magazine that’s well worth reading in its entirety, she radiates more than just unique. Instead she delves into truly bizarre territory. It’s unsurprising but fascinating anyway, and she gets into a lot of detail about her glamorous persona, leaving her old self behind, and how she does it all for her fans. Some of the choicest bits are below.
On who she turns to for support: ”I have a spiritual guide, not a therapist but someone who in my mind is connected with a higher being, and he helps me a lot. What I like about him is that he doesn’t speak to me like I am a normal person. He understands that I have an eccentric way of life and personality. And he also understands that I am famous, and I appreciate that. He tells me that I no longer serve my life in the normal way that people serve their life, that I must serve the greater good in my service to the universe. And for me, it’s my fans. I only serve my fans.”
More on her love for her fans: “It’s almost like I want to hypnotize them so when they hear my music they love themselves instantly.”
On referring to herself in the third person: “I talk about myself in the third person all the time. I don’t live my life in the way someone like you does. I live my life completely serving only my work and my fans. And that way, I have to think about not what is best for my vagina but what is best for my fans and for me artistically.”
We don’t know what her vagina has to do with it, but we love her anyway!
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