Gaga’s Vogue hits newsstands, ’60 Minutes’ clips leaked
HollywoodNews.com: Lady Gaga really knows how to up the hype.
After remaining relatively dormant for the tail end of 2010 — or as dormant as one who dons gravity-defying stilettos and channels Ziggy Stardust on a daily basis can be — Gaga returned at full-force in 2011, driving the blogosphere mad with teases of what’s to come. But today, the pop star with a penchant for intrigue finally put out.
The March issue of Vogue hit newsstands this morning, complete with a chic, pink-wigged Gaga bearing her teeth at all who dare to browse the stands. The issue’s release comes a week after Gaga herself leaked the cover image on the Internet via Twitter, proudly tweeting, “They used to call me rabbit teeth in school, and now I’m a real live VOGUE BEAUTY QUEEN!”
Inside the new issue, fans and other curious pop-culture junkies will find a full interview with the pop phenomenon. According to E! Online, Gaga opens up more about her family and personal life more than her music — a welcome surprise, since most interviews with Gaga tend to paint only a vague sketch of the singer-songwriter.
“Funnily enough, I still live in the same apartment, hang out with the same friends, drink at the same bars, and I dance in the same studios with the same dancers,” Gaga told Vogue, continuing, “I am a real family girl. When it comes to love and loyalty, I am very old-fashioned. I am quite down-to-earth for such an eccentric person.”
But Lady Gaga’s media run this week doesn’t end with the Vogue interview. Additional clips of the pop star’s 60 Minutes interview with CNN anchor/journalist Anderson Cooper were also leaked today, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The recently released 33-second teaser shows Gaga getting a tad bit intimate, perhaps unintentionally, with Cooper. When asked if anyone still calls her by her birth name Stefani, Gaga replied, “Some people do. Especially in bed.” Cooper looked quite surprised to learn that she doesn’t want her sexual partners yelling out “Lady Gaga,” but we can’t say we don’t blame her.
It sounds like the fiercely empowered, forward-thinking woman does have a soft-side beneath the glitter, wigs and male-objectifying lyrics after all.
Lady Gaga’s 60 Minutes segment airs Sunday on CBS at 7 p.m., an hour before the Grammy Awards begin.
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