Lady Gaga may be heartbroken after her breakup from Taylor Kinney, but she has learned a lesson or two, according to Billboard. One of the lessons learned by the “Poker Face” singer is that men are not capable of loving as deeply as women can.
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When Lady Gaga sat down with Lee Cowan on CBS Sunday to discuss her life, she talked about her split from actor Taylor Kinney as well as opened up about the drawbacks of fame. This summer, the “Perfect Illusion” singer ended her engagement with Kinney, and the two have been keeping the reason under wraps — until now.
Talking about the end of her engagement with Kinney, Lady Gaga suggested that men can’t love as hard and as deep as women can. The singer said that when women love somebody, they love “with everything we have.”
And Lady Gaga revealed that all women want their love to be met with the same amount of love. The singer assured that in no way are women trying to make men “less of a man” or to attack their dignity.
“We just want you to love us as deeply and as wholesomely and as fully as we love you.”
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Lady Gaga’s words may suggest one thing: The singer hadn’t felt the kind of love from Kinney she wished to have in their relationship. But it’s not only love that has drawbacks. Fame, according to the “Bad Romance” singer, has its drawbacks, too.
Even though Lady Gaga famously sang in her hit song “Applause” that she “lives for the applause,” the singer can certainly outline the drawbacks of being under the spotlight.
“I’m very acutely aware that once I cross that property line, I’m not free anymore. As soon as I go out into the world, I belong, in a way, to everyone else. It’s legal to follow me.”
Lady Gaga also said that while it’s even “legal” to stalk her at the beach, she’s well aware that she can’t call the police or ask stalkers to leave. So the “Poker Face” singer says she “took a long, hard look” at that property line and decided that if she can’t be free out there, she can be free “in here.”
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Lady Gaga also opened up about her musical transformation, saying that she’s entering a new era in her career. The singer also addressed concerns from her fans and acknowledged that it might be “hard” for them to get used to her ever-changing style from album to album.
But that’s just the way she is as an artist, which is why Lady Gaga recommends that her fans just “let go” of her past styles.
Last Friday, Lady Gaga made an emotional appearance at the Ali Forney Center for homeless LGBTQ youth located in New York City, according to Entertainment Weekly. The “Bad Romance” singer brought them an exclusive acoustic performance of her hit song “Million Reasons.”
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Lady Gaga’s visit to the center came just a day after Madonna paid a Thanksgiving visit to the homeless. The “Applause” singer admitted that by making an appearance at the center, she wanted to “affect” other people around the world and encourage them to be kind to other people because it makes her “feel good.” That’s a pretty good motivation!
“I’m here today not because I had to excruciatingly pull time out of my schedule to come be here. I’m here because I want to be here.”
One of Lady Gaga’s fans at the center recorded a video of her performance in which she’s seen sitting on top of a piano while singing the song and wearing a T-shirt that says “Be Brave.”
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