Lady Gaga Interview
March 16, 2012 by staff
Lady Gaga Interview, Lady Gaga has given her last interview “for a very long time.” The pop star’s chat with Oprah Winfrey, due to air this Sunday on OWN, will mark the start of a media hiatus for Gaga, who plans to enter a self-imposed exile, like a yoga-loving JD Salinger or something. She told Winfrey:
“Other than this interview, Oprah, I do not intend to speak to anyone for a very long time … No press, no television, if my mom calls and says, ‘Did you hear about…’ I shut it all off.” Because this is Lady Gaga, the inevitable next question is: what kind of marketing move is this?
I mean, is she attempting to play the mysterious recluse card, before reemerging in fifteen years with an album of eighteen-minute krautrock covers? Or is she genuinely tired of doing interviews? She certainly seems sick of the media, and told Oprah she doesn’t care what is written about her while she’s away from the spotlight:
“I don’t read a damn thing.”
For fans (I pointedly refuse to say “Little Monsters”) worried about Gaga withdrawal symptoms, the star will likely appear (briefly) in Men in Black III.
So what do we think, readers? Can one of pop’s most outspoken stars really avoid a microphone or camera for “a very long time”? Will you be glad of the peace, or miss the crazy fashions? And by promising “not to speak to anyone for a very long time,” does that mean her Twitter account, the first to reach 20 million followers, will also fall silent?
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