Anyone sick of Lady Gaga yet? Yes? Well, too bad. She’s not going anywhere. Her latest stop is on the cover of the January Vanity Fair, and inside the magazine she talks about a variety of things.
Gaga tells Contributing Editor Lisa Robinson that her fame has cost her an identity, explaining, “When I’m onstage, I’m so giving and so open and myself. And when the spotlight goes off, I don’t know quite what to do with myself.”
She also says that her passion for gay rights is inexhaustible and that her romantic relationships tend to end terribly.
“I have this effect on people where it starts out good,” says Gaga. “Then, when I’m in these relationships with people who are also creative, or creative in their own way, what happens is the attraction is initially there and it’s all unicorns and rainbows. And then they hate me.” Maybe because they realize her music isn’t going to get any better. We kid, we kid.
You can read the rest of the piece when the latest Vanity Fair hits newsstands December 6.