Gaga claims ‘horns’ are real bones, not prosthetics

Lady Gaga, who recently inspired a fan to murder the family cat and use its blood to create a concert-costume, has said the strange protrusions spotted recently on her face and shoulders are not due to plastic surgery and are not prosthetics.

Gaga says the newly-revealed bumps have always been there- she recently explained:

“First of all, they’re not prosthetics,” she said. “They’re my bones … They’ve always been inside of me, but I have been waiting for the right time to reveal to the universe who I truly am.” The singer said the ridges rise up when inspiration strikes – and that she’s not alone. “We all have these bones! They’re the light from inside of us.”

Gaga also claims that she did not write her latest hit, “Born This Way,” and that the tune was penned from Alexander McQueen after his death. She recalls:

“Right after he died, I wrote Born This Way.” She was particularly struck when the release date for the song turned out to be the anniversary of McQueen’s death. “When I heard that, I knew: I didn’t even write the fucking song! He did!”

“I think he planned the whole thing,” she continued. “He’s up in heaven with fashion strings in his hands, marionetting away.”

The album “Born This Way” is due out on May 23rd.