Lady Gaga – Shocking Interview How She Got Named

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Lady Gaga – Shocking Interview How She Got Named

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[Interview Man]
Your looking stylish as ever, good morning your Lady-ship

[Lady Gaga] Source: LYBIO.net
Good morning, nice to met you

[Interview Man] Source: LYBIO.net
Love to – we are lucky to have you. Your leaving, your leaving time, today.

[Lady Gaga]
Ya, yes, actually in a few hours.

[Interview Man]
Wow, you’ve made a big splash for you here, though

[Lady Gaga]
Thank you, well, ah, I’ve been performing a lot and just excited to be in the UK, I love my fans here so much.

[Interview Man]
Um,

[Interview Woman]
Huge, the numbers been emailing in this morning, lets start with the people [inaudible], I know you’ve been asked this question a lots but where does Lady Gaga come from?

[Lady Gaga] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, um, it was a nickname that my friends gave me when I was living in New York, ah, they thought my performances were very theatrical, so they called me “Gaga” after the Queen song, “Radio Gaga”.

[Interview Man]
Okay, now even your mom calls you Gaga

[Lady Gaga]
You know its just makes me a little mental when people call me different things all day, so I said: “Okay”. (motions to stop) Everybody, its Gaga all the time.

[Interview Woman]
The introduction, needs to be hi, I’m Gaga. That’s great.

[Lady Gaga]
Ya

[Interview Woman]
Um, so tells us a little about you as well, cause unlike some other pop sensation, shall we say, you really earned the stripes, you worked on the New York Circuit, you worked – you’ve done lots of gigs from quite a young age, your mom first took you to a gig when your 14.

[Lady Gaga] Source: LYBIO.net
Yes. Well I guess you could say that I did pop music the way that rock bands do rock music. I worked my way up the club circuit and I performed in the underground burlesque scene for a long time, and um, did my own thing.

[Interview Man]
Your also classically trained.

[Lady Gaga]
Yes.

[Interview Man]
Aren’t you?

[Lady Gaga] Source: LYBIO.net
Classical and dance

[Interview Man]
So, so what you started playing piano at the age of four?

[Lady Gaga]
Ya, when I was four, I started by ear, then I started to take lessons, learned how to read music, then I got into rag-time, I discovered the Beatles and I started writing.

[Interview Man]
Very good, and ah, actually, you played, you played a different version of Poker Face on the radio?

[Lady Gaga]
Ya

[Interview Man]
I prefer, because it shows off your musicality, we’ll just a quick look.

[Lady Gaga]
Well, thank you

[Interview Woman]
Have a listen

[Lady Gaga – Performance Clip] Source: LYBIO.net
This hand cause I’m marvelous
I’m marvelous
I’m marvelous
I’m marvelous
So I’m marvelous
Can’t read my
Can’t read my
You can’t read my Poker
Wanna snap with me

Ba-ba-ba-pa-poker
He can’t read my poker
Ba-ba-ba-pa-poker
He can’t read my poker
Ba-ba-ba-pa-poker face

[Lady Gaga – Performance Clip Ends]

[Interview Woman] Source: LYBIO.net
Excellent stuff, is it a source of pride for you, I guess it must be really, the fact that you are a trained musician, that you write your own songs, the whole album was penned by you.

[Lady Gaga]
Ahh, I don’t know if its a source of pride, I don’t like to necessarily (pause) like to use that word, but, ah, I’m quite confident in my abilities as a songwriter and as a musician, and its very different for pop music, everybody’s sort of [inaudible] that pop music is [inaudible] and its manufactured and its plastic, and I intend to do away with all those sorts of rumors.

[Interview Man]
Have you been surprised by – by – sort of – the extraordinary success you’ve had in this country.

[Lady Gaga]
Um, yes, absolutely, very exciting, I always knew it was my destiny to make make music and ah, to travel the world, but I did not realize they a – they huge impact that it would have but honestly I’m quite insulated and I ignore all of hype and focus on the work. Source: LYBIO.net

[Interview Woman]
But you do get a minute, its fair to say, your look is very individual, you get noticed by the press awful lot. Certain rumors is, one is that you keep your – you’ve asked for a fridge when you were staying here to keep your wigs in, is that true?

[Lady Gaga]
No, my wigs Source: LYBIO.net

[Interview Man]
What, that’s not your real hair?

[Lady Gaga]
My wigs don’t need to be refrigerated.

[Interviewer]
(laughs)

[Lady Gaga]
This is my own hair.

[Interview Man]
Is it?

[Lady Gaga]
This one is.

[Interview Man]
That’s nice

[Interview Woman] Source: LYBIO.net
There’s a quote – I wanted to read it, just trying to find it, The Guardian essentially said Warhola would of loved you.

[Lady Gaga]
Ah, that’s very nice.

[Interview Woman]
Have you, have you ever heard that quote, at all

[Lady Gaga]
I have, that’s one of the nicest quotes ever

[Interview Man]
You have the most extraordinary, what is that, on, is that, its not eye-shadow?

[Interview Woman]
Eye-lashes

[Interview Man]
Also the eye-shadow is, its two-tones

[Lady Gaga]
Its’ ? the lashes.

[Interview Man]
How do, how long did it take to get that on?

[Lady Gaga]
Oh, not very long. Source: LYBIO.net

[Interview Man]
It looks

[Lady Gaga]
I’m a glamor girl

[Interview Man]
It looks marvelous

[Lady Gaga]
I used to put on eye-lashes in the corner of a bar, by myself with no mirrors.

[Interview Man]
Good job, good job. In the dark, poke yourself in the eye (laughs)

[Interview Woman]
You said you wanna change the pop world one [inaudible] at a time, what did you exactly mean about that? What’s next for you?

[Lady Gaga] Source: LYBIO.net
Well, you know, I said that a long time ago, but really what that quotes all about is I think sometimes that in all kinds of music and in pop culture, artists tend to take themselves way too seriously and don’t just enjoy the fun of making music and making videos and making an impact on culture so I just have a good time what’s [inaudible] to me is representative of a good time.

[Interview Man]
Be lovely to have you with us, where is the tea cup? [inaudible] marvelous.

[Lady Gaga]
She’s too famous, she’s stealing my thunder, (laugh) I loved her in the dressing room.

[Interview Man]
Yes

[Lady Gaga]
I got a new one over there.

[Interview Man]
She has a – the tea cup now has a personality when __ returns

[Lady Gaga]
You know, its its really powerful imagery, isn’t it?

[Interview Man]
It is

[Lady Gaga]
I carry a tea cup for one day and everybody know what color it looks like and the pattern and its so famous and I looked at her this morning and said, your stealing my thunder. Your staying home.

[Interview Man]
You’d be getting her an ___ agent next

[Lady Gaga]
Yes, she’s gonna leave me, she’s not coming to work today

[Interview Woman]
Really good to met you, all the very best, of course, see you next time

[Lady Gaga]
Thank you very much, your very kind

[Interview Man] Source: LYBIO.net
Alright, thank you

Lady Gaga – Shocking Interview How She Got Named. Well, um, it was a nickname that my friends gave me when I was living in New York, ah, they thought my performances were very theatrical, so they called me “Gaga” after the Queen song, “Radio Gaga”. Complete Full Script, Dialogue, Remarks, Saying, Quotes, Words And Text For Lady Gaga – Shocking Interview How She Got Named.

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