Monday, November 18, 2013

Lady Gaga on changing her hair three times a day, ARTPOP and fame’s negative energy

Lady Gaga on changing her hair three times a day, ARTPOP and fame’s negative energy:
Singer Lady Gaga is seen on November 11, 2013 in New York City.
Lady Gaga on changing her hair three times a day, ARTPOP and fame’s negative energy
Singer Lady Gaga is seen on November 11, 2013 in New York City.
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With ARTPOP available now, we grabbed a few minutes with Lady Gaga to discuss the hype — and the costume changes.
Metro: So we’re guessing art, pop and culture are influences in your life?
Lady Gaga: And they blend together. It’s like saying that you and me can be together, or me and my fans—we can all be together in one space and live despite differences or colors. Pop and art are not in conflict with culture; they are part of each other. So the intention of the album was put art culture in pop music, a throwback to Andy Warhol.
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Give us three words to describe ARTPOP.
Hate, love and sensuality.
Reviews have been a bit harsh.
The reviews do not bother me, but the rumors or gossip do. Fame provokes a negative energy that causes instability in me. But I am a woman facing something new every day and, despite constant attacks to me, there is always something good, like my little monsters, who are always there.
The makeovers — are they a disguise? Some type of shield?
Yes, I have many costumes (laughs). That is Lady Gaga. I’m always on the defensive in my professional side. I always wear different clothes and change my outfit to feel stronger. Depending on the day, I am the person I am. If one day I feel weak I will change my hair three times and I will feel like a superwoman. It doesn’t matter the color of hair—it’s what makes me feel like a strong woman.
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