Harper’s Bazaar Forces Lady Gaga to Explain Her Facial Prosthetics

She may have taken to wearing prosthetic horns on her face and shoulders of late, but Lady Gaga has insisted that she will never succumb to plastic surgery.

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Lady Gaga covers the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar and her interview with the magazine is rather… bizarre. The singer shares her view on plastic surgery, compares Hollywood to Kegel exercises and says Alexander McQueen wrote “Born This Way” for her after his death.

Photo: Harper's Bazaar

Lady Gaga covers the new issue of Harper’s Bazaar and her interview with the magazine is rather… bizarre. The singer shares her view on plastic surgery, compares Hollywood to Kegel exercises and says Alexander McQueen wrote “Born This Way” for her after his death.

And Lady Gaga used her free will to decide to not embrace Hollywood.

Photo: Harper's Bazaar

“I had all these number-one records, and I had sold all these albums, and it was sort of this turning point: Am I going to try and embrace Hollywood and assimilate to that culture?” she asks. “I put my toe in that water, and it was a Kegel-exercise vaginal reaction where I clenched and had to retract immediately. I ran furiously back to New York, to my old apartment, and I hung out with my friends, and I went to the same bars.”

And Lady Gaga is still hanging out with her friend, the late Alexander McQueen and says he started working with her after his suicide.

Photo: Harper's Bazaar

“I think he planned the whole thing: Right after he died, I wrote ‘Born This Way.’ I think he’s up in heaven with fashion strings in his hands, marionetting away, planning this whole thing.”

And the release date for “Born This Way” and moved up to the exact date of the one-year anniversary of his death.

“When I heard that, I knew he planned the whole d**n thing,” she says. “I didn’t even write the f**king song. He did!” [Harper’s Bazaar via Daily Mail (UK), NY Mag, The Huffington Post and OK Magazine]

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