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Here's Lady Gaga's cover on the Rolling Stones. And if you were wopndering what this was all about, its about her sexuality of course. Because that's what everyone wants to know. Not why she's wearing bubbles instead of, clothes. Rolling Stone

Lady Gaga's devotion to being a star drove her to order bags of cocaine and spend hours perfecting her hair and makeup in a tiny Lower East Side apartment after she dropped out of NYU several years ago -- well before she was actually famous. "It was quite sick," she admits. "I suppose that's where the vanity of the album came from." Her debut, The Fame, was almost entirely inspired by her relationship with a heavy-metal drummer named Luke, and their breakup profoundly changed Gaga. She tells Hiatt she's bisexual, but her attraction to women is purely physical. It's an aspect of her sexuality that makes boyfriends "uncomfortable," she says.
Her sexuality proclivities don't seem to offend Marilyn Manson, however, who lobbed a series of awful pickup lines at his new friend at our cover shoot (grab the issue to hear his worst). "She knows exactly what she's doing," he tells RS. "She's very smart, she's not selling out, she's a great musician, she's a great singer, and she's laughing when she's doing it, the same way that I am."

Marilyn Manson probably doesn't qualify as a man so fuck him because he's weird. And if Lady Gaga digs that kind of thing, well, let's just say good for her.