Lady Gaga paid a visit to Internet giant Google, where some of her college friends now work. “This is such an honor. When I was in high school, all my girlfriends wanted to get jobs here and I wanted to be what they were searching for,” said the pop superstar.
Rocking a blonde and black updo, sky-high platform boots, black mini-skirt and gloves, and John Lennon sunglasses, she fielded questions from her Little Monsters and Google employees.
Gaga spoke about getting tattoos only on the left side of her body at her father’s request (“He asked that I remain on one side slightly normal”), planning her next tour called “The Born This Way Ball,” escaping the paps (“People that say that they can’t escape the paparazzi are full of shit”), her new “avant-garde techno rock” album Born This Way, and co-directing the video for next single “Judas” with choreographer Laurieann Gibson.
Although she hadn’t seen Rebecca Black’s viral sensation “Friday,” she spoke out against those who have criticized the 13-year-old singer. “I say Rebecca Black is a genius and anyone that’s telling her she’s cheesy is full of shit,” remarked Gaga.
The hour-long interview concluded with the eccentric star judging an employee costume contest and giving away tickets to her Oakland show.