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Five Hilarious Lady Gaga Interviews

Updated on May 22, 2009

I freakin' love Lady Gaga. Maybe it's her 'banging beats', as the young people might say, maybe it's her outlandish fashions, maybe its the shrewd mind which lurks beneath all that peroxide. Whatever it is, it's made me play 'Poker Face' at least 100 times in a row.

Once you've seen the same 3.40 video clip over and over again this many times, you start to wonder if there is more out there. Not necessarily more music, there's always more music, but more interviews. There are more videos, and I have collated them and presented them here with a little commentary. We love our commentaries.

From the funny to the sublime, these Lady Gaga interviews are well worth the watching.

Rove Live

May 2009

Rove McManus is an Australian comedic genius (as far as an Aussie can technically be considered a genius) hehe, I kid, you have to be smart to be a convict. Heh, I kid again. He is a pretty decent interviewer however, and this is a classic Lady Gaga interview in which she's not stunted and shy.

Classic interview moments include:

“Do you ever wear pants? Are you pants curious?”

“This is sewn directly to my brain.”

May 2008

A year earlier, Gaga was significantly less odd. Apaprently touring makes one a little loopy and removes one further from any semblance of reality. This is probably the closest Gaga has ever

“It must be very frustating working with glitter.”

The Ellen Show

May 2009

More mid 2009 madness here, when Lady Gaga appears on the Ellen Degeneres show. Speaking of Ellen Degeneres, I miss her sitcom. A short and sweet appearance from Lady Gaga and a particularly inspired head dress.

Jonathan Ross

April 2009

Jonathan Ross entirely fails to get the best out of Miss Gaga, instead creating a weird aggressive environment in which he insults her figure and messes with her because of her chosen moniker. Still, there are some scraps of personableness which make it through the incessant childish prodding which flows from Wossy's mouth.

It's worth watching this video (and it's sequel) just for Hugh Jackman's reactions. The Wolverine can't get enough of Gaga.

Paul O'Grady

April 2009

A British interviewer, Paul O'Grady (shall I pretend I've heard of him before?) interviewed Lady Gaga on the 20th of April 2009. A nice interview to round this little collection off with really, because it's nice, and sweet. And nice, did I mention, nice? Because it's nice and provides a little bit of non manic insight into the person behind the product.


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