Lady can be an icon in some way as a singer but she also can be a bublegum girl just because of the way she dress - creepy like she's outer space.
I think the answer is obvious. She is far too troubled to even recognize what she is doing not only to herself but also to the whole generation that follows her like flies to....you know what.
Bubble gum girl...yeah I think I made my point clear. I believe there are far better way to conquer and lead than trying to normalize deviations as part of a daily life that is constantly in decay...but hey! Everyone deserves a change for redemption don't they? So let's just pray God would help her see where she will end up if she keeps going down the path she is walking...
Lady Gaga is definitely an icon.Look how she has hit in the music industry faster than any other artiste.
She's definitely an icon in some shape of form , when was the last time we had someone so wacky, controversial and fascinating in popular modern culture. ??
Her music is also pretty good , she's certainly talented her dress sense is terrible but that's what makes her unique and marketable.
by marcel285 8 years ago
in my opinion, gaga is one ugly chick! She could look nice though, if she wore nice clothes..I think shes mental, but i have to say that shes a bloody good singer..Love or hate her, i'm always interested to see what crazy shit gaga is up to..
by MarloByDesign 7 years ago
Do you think Madonna or Lady Gaga is a bigger icon?
by F.B. Spannigan 7 years ago
Why do people hate Lady Gaga?I love Lady Gaga, and everyone hates her. Why? And be nice, please.
by Disappearinghead 7 years ago
What a bloody noise.
by torifries 8 years ago
I believe i am curious as to what other people think of Lady GaGa??
by meryan123 8 years ago
lady gaga hermaphrodite? I think that is just a rumor! LEAVE GAGA ALONE!!!
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