Lady Gaga candidly talks about the significant effects of popularity on her life. Particularly, the singer got emotional about missing people and the lack of random conversations with strangers.
The "Poker Face" singer is releasing her fifth studio album "Joanne" and claims that it is her most honest album yet. According to Yahoo's account of her interview with CBS Sunday Morning, she is at the age that this is the kind of thing that she wants to do.
Lady Gaga is known for her outlandish fashion sense, which sets her apart from other pop singers of this age. She is also known as a trailblazer and a self-esteem booster for many of her fans. Her individuality has given her a place in pop culture that comes with fame and popularity. However, there is a downside to being Lady Gaga's status. In the interview, she noted a restriction in the freedom that comes along with being under the spotlight.
According to USA Today, her album that is also named after her late aunt is a testament to her efforts to being true to herself. She is noted saying, "Well, if I can't be free out there, I can be free in here," while gesturing to her heart. With this response, Lee Cowan prompted the question if the album is intended for her to get to do whatever she wants. She emotionally affirmed and noted how she misses being able to travel anywhere and start conversations with people.
At certain moments during her revealing interview, she mentions the kind of inspiration and encouragement she gets from her family. The "Born This Way" superstar talks about having her family be proud of her is the true meaning of success.
The interview also tackled her break-up with Taylor Kinney, which she responded with a testimony on how women love and expect that love to be reciprocated. The upcoming album will show the other side of Gaga that we know, but without all the usual flamboyance and with more glimpse of who Stefani Germanotta is.