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In a sense I portray myself in a very androgynous way, and I love androgyny.
Love is an interesting thing. Perhaps I’ve never been in love before – I don’t really know? I think I have. I guess it’s subjective in that way.
If you know me, and you call me Stefani, you don’t really know me at all.
When I’m making music, I can hear all the parts, all the instruments. I can hear what it should be.
I don’t want to make money; I want to make a difference.
I don’t like talking to celebrities.
I love imperfections.
When I say to you, there is nobody like me, and there never was, that is a statement I want every woman to feel and make about themselves.
Everybody always laughs because I feel so much more comfortable with, like, a giant paper bag on my whole body and paint on my face. Sometimes I try really hard to take it all off. But inevitably what’s underneath is still not a straight edge. And I don’t think it ever will be.
I’ve worked since I was a five-year-old to be a performer.
I don’t want to make niche-oriented music.
I never intended for the Monster Ball to be a religious experience, it just became one.
What I want for my fans and for the world, for anyone who feels pain, is to lean into that pain and embrace it as much as they can and begin the healing process.
To this day, some of my closest friends say, ‘Gaga, you know, everything‘s great. You’re a singer; your dreams have come true.’ But, still, when certain things are said to you over and over again as you’re growing up, it stays with you and you wonder if they’re true.
I’m not interested in people positioning me next to other artists.
I feel like if you’re a really good human being, you can try to find something beautiful in every single person, no matter what.
I want to – more than anything – to create a moment that people will never forget. Not for me, but for themselves. That’s what I remember about great Super Bowl performances in the past, when you really get lost in the moment with your family.
My work as an artist is completely separate from my work as a philanthropist.
I have never had plastic surgery, and there are many pop singers who have.
I think that promoting insecurity in the form of plastic surgery is infinitely more harmful than an artistic expression related to body modification.
I don’t like celebrities; I don’t hang out with them; I don’t relate to that life.
What the Pope thinks of being gay does not matter to the world. It matters to the people who like the Pope and follow the Pope… It is not a reflection of all religious people.
When people say ‘marriage’ to me… It’s always a means to an end. Everyone’s so in a rush to define the relationship.
I don’t think I could think of a single thing that’s more isolating than being famous.
I just genuinely feel that that’s what you do when you’re an artist: You stick up for the people around you.
I’m very free-spirited.
I’m not one icon. I’m every icon. I’m an icon that is made out of all the colors on the palette at every time. I have no restrictions. No restrictions.
None of the records I make are ever a deliberate construction – they’re always an expression of who I am at the time and where I am in my life.
I’m not a supermodel. That’s not what I do. What I do is music. I want my fans to feel the way I do, to know what they have to offer is just as important, more important, than what’s happening on the outside.
I think what it really is, is that I date creative people. And I think that what intimidates them is not my purse; it’s my mind.
I think it’s OK to be confident in yourself.
If you were to ask me what I want to do – I don’t want to be a celebrity, I want to make a difference.
I don’t know if I’m selfless – I still want to make a great record. I want to make a hit record. I want to tour; that’s not completely selfless. But the truth is I’m not interested in people coming to my show for me as much as I am for them coming to my show for themselves. That’s always been how I am.
The blurring of fantasy and reality is something that the Japanese herald in their life, in their day-to-day commercialism.
I don’t know if it’s changing already with ‘Joanne,’ but my intention is to bring people together that don’t know each other and that would maybe feel awkward, but somehow be brought together by the music. That’s what I wanted to do. Because that is pure and authentic to my family history and what I stand for.
It has been hard for me to find it, but I have found love.
I believe that if you have revolutionary potential, you must make the world a better place and use it.
In order for me to be successful… In order to be a great artist – musician, actor, painter, whatever – you must be able to be private in public at all times. That is what we do.
My concerts are about me being very private in public, but I’m very protective.
I was a strange, loud little kid who could sit at the piano and kill a Beethoven piece.
I’m half living my life between reality and fantasy at all times.
I am my own sanctuary and I can be reborn as many times as I choose throughout my life.
I think a lot of people love to convolute what everyone else does in order to disempower women.