One of the most famous women in the world sat down with another of the world’s most famous women to talk bullying, creativity, love, pregnancy and parenthood.
Last night on Oprah’s Next Chapter Lady Gaga gave the queen of interviewing unparallelled access to her childhood home and spoke to her about everything from her childhood and being bullied to her creative process and how she eventually wants a soccer team of kids.
At just 25 Lady Gaga seems wise beyond her years. She spoke about growing up and being bullied, about learning to accept herself and about how happy she is with her life right now.
Considering her wild child image, you’d think Lady Gaga would attempt to come off as a tortured artist who must suffer for her art and yeah, she kind of puts that stiletto forward, but she also appears to be an extremely articulate, self-aware, well-adjusted young woman who has a fantastic relationship with her parents. In fact, her relationship with her parents, Cynthia and Joseph, is so obviously wonderful and she speaks so highly of them that Oprah remarks about how Gaga is making loving your parents cool again. Cynthia, who has been married to Joseph for nearly 30 years, also spoke to Oprah about how they always knew their daughter was going places even though sometimes they thought she “had a screw loose”.
When Oprah asked Gaga about her love life the pop superstar declined to say too much other than she’s spectacularly happy and eventually wants a husband and a “soccer team of kids”. She says experiencing pregnancy is something she very much looks forward to when the time is right.
Any “Little Monsters” Gaga has will be lucky to call her mom. She’s a compassionate, brilliant woman who is walking the walk, talking the talk and putting her money where her mouth is what with the creation of her Born This Way Foundation. Go Gaga!
Take a look at the revealing interview photos below, including photos of Gaga in her childhood home with her mom and Oprah, pictures of Gaga as a child, teen and more.
Photos: Pacific Coast News.