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When the going gets tough, Lady Gaga keeps going Had a bad day? Feeling lonely? Down in the dumps?

Then look no farther than Lady Gaga as your inspiration of confidence.

Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, the pop singer revealed that despite her grand image, she’s human too and gets the blues.

“When I wake up in the morning, I feel just like any other insecure 24-year-old girl,” says Gaga, “Then I say, ‘Bitch, you’re Lady Gaga, you get up and walk the walk today.’ ”

A cornerstone to Gaga’s confidence is her fans. Similar to an audience clapping for Tinkerbell to live, Gaga says that if she was “hurt onstage,” it would be her fans’ cheers that would encourage to keep living.

When it comes to dealing with the stress of being a pop icon, Gaga sees Michael Jackson as a role model.

Referring to the incident when Michael Jackson’s hair was set on fire during the taping of a Pepsi commercial, Gaga says, “Michael got burned, and he lifted that glittered glove so damn high so his fans could see him, because he was in the art of show business.

“That’s what we do. I don’t even drink water onstage in front of anybody, because I want them to focus on the fantasy of the music.”

People magazine read the Rolling Stone story.

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