Look who it is on the cover of the September issue of Vanity Fair. Lady Gaga in all her distinguished gray glory. We've been keeping our eye on the burgeoning gray hair boom in pop music, charting the progress of Gaga and Kelis in this "gray" area. But unlike her previous forays into gray, Gaga makes it work on the cover of VF.
As always, Gaga is a colorful interview subject. In the cover story, the "Bad Romance" singer goes into detail about her past drug use, her controversial, bird-flipping appearance at a New York Mets game (which drew the ire of Jerry Seinfeld) and, most compellingly, her near-constant state of loneliness.
Gaga tells Vanity Fair, "I'm perpetually lonely. I'm lonely when I'm in relationships. It's my condition as an artist." She goes on to discuss her fear that she'll lose her creativity by being intimate with her lover. And that she stores her creativity ... where else? ... but in her vagina.
The September granny-tastic issue of "Vanity Fair" hits newsstands on August 10.