Lady Gaga’s NYC pre show antics anger Vogue editor Anna Wintour Anna Wintour rolled her eyes at Lady Gaga’s pre-show “God” rituals.

The famous Vogue editor, 60, appeared on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ on Wednesday and told the audience about an incident with Gaga, 24, that happened at this year’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.

She told Fallon: “We had Lady Gaga this year. “There was a moment when she was communing with God and she was praying in the back, waiting for God to tell her it was all right to go actually onstage.”

The ‘Bad Romance’ singer’s chat with God seemed to anger the fashion queen. She added: “Fortunately he gave her the message after 45 minutes.”

Jimmy jokingly replied: “I always talk to God, too – whenever he says I can start the show. He books a lot of acts in New York City.”

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  • September 3, 2010 | Permalink |

    I guess it’s ok these days to make fun of God and people of faith. This is a new low. Gaga also has a prayer circle before each performance, and she’s given credit to God and professed her belief in Jesus. She does’t proselytize, but neither does she hide her faith. Gaga also gave over $500,000 to Haitian relief and been involved in the Viva Glam AIDS campaign with Cyndi Lauper and has championed gay rights at every turn. God, love & charity. What a ‘loser’ she is.

  • September 5, 2010 | Permalink |

    Well, Anna, that was classless, rude, tacky and catty. In short, your poor manners offend me a lot more than a performer who cares enough to take a little time to pray before a performance and doesn’t pop right onto the stage when you want them to.

  • September 15, 2010 | Permalink |

    Funny how people like Anna Wintour and Tim Gunn think they are the end all be all of the fashion world. Why does THEIR opinion matter so much or why do they themselves think their opinion matters so much? Half of what they expect the world to wear is too overpriced or ugly most of the time anyway. Also, if everyone followed what they said, nobody would be an individual with their own sense of style. They need to get over themselves.

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