Lady Gaga Might Become a Kind of Intern for Hat Designer Philip Treacy

It’s always a bit weird when celebrities decide they’re going to take an internship in some profession they’re not currently employed in. Architecture buff Brad Pitt sorta kinda (but not really in the slightest) interned for a while with Frank Gehry (though he really didn’t). Kanye West has taken on a number of apprentice roles in the fashion industry, most notably as a summer intern at Gap. Now it’s apparently Lady Gaga‘s turn. Clearly a bit more free from her Polaroid creative directing duties after the spring launch of one of her products for the company, Gaga looks to be following through with her plans to intern with Philip Treacy, the famous hat maker whose work was all the talk at the royal wedding. Months ago, it was learned that the singer had submitted her resume to the UK-based milliner, and now the internet is abuzz following an interview with Treacy recently did with The Observer, wherein it sounds a bit like she might actually starting showing up, working long hours, and fetching coffee. Though we don’t have the slightest doubt that none of those tasks will ever be performed by her (that’s what her interns are for). Here’s his answer about Gaga:

She plans to. She’s already visited me. This is what happened: one Monday morning, four burly bodyguards arrived — Lady Gaga’s security team — to check out the security of the building. I looked at them as if to say: what?! Who is going to take a pot shot at Lady Gaga? Anyway, she is young, talented and peculiar — which I like. The Brit awards were the next night and she said to her people (I loved this): “Can somebody buy me some brown underwear for tomorrow?”