Lady Gaga Opens Up To Oprah: “I Want a Soccer Team, I Want a Husband”
In a preview of Gaga’s interview with Oprah, she revealed that she would be going on a media and press blackout for a while. The two hour intimate one on one revealed more about the Mother Monster we all adore.
In addition to being in quarantine from the press, Lady Gaga shared that she wants to have kids someday. “I want kids,” she said happily. “I want a soccer team. I want a husband.” Making it clear that she doesn’t want just one baby Gaga. “I don’t want to have one kid,” she said. “I want to have a few, yes. I want to experience that,” she grinned as she made a gesture that resembled a woman holding her baby bump. Even though she clarified wanting enough children to create her own little monster soccer team, she said “Not yet.”
A section of the interview was solely focused on Gaga’s youth and what it was like growing up the victim of bullies.
“There really is no difference between the bully and the victim,” she said. “I would like to do a psychological autopsy on as many bullies and victims as possible … How do we understand what breeds hatred, what breeds anger?” She added that despite all “all the praise you receive, something inside of you is scarred by those experiences. … Sometimes I feel worthless.”
In an effort to empower those who may feel as Gaga did during the years in which she was bullied, the singer launched her Born This Way Foundation during the same time as her last interview before her media/press blackout with Oprah.
She says, excitedly:
“I just have one thing to say before we get started: We got Oprah! … Thank you from all of us — from my entire team, from my mother, from the bottom of the hearts of so many people who believe in what we’re doing today,” Gaga said at the launch. She explained that the foundation seeks to empower the youth of America, adding, “How can we inspire young people to know they have the power to be brave?”
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