Lady Gaga doesn’t care about being famous anymore, which is obviously why she’s in the midst of promoting her latest album by chatting s**t to whoever will listen. The singer, most recently seen wearing a very “look at me” bubble-machine dress, says that when she took some time off to recover from her supposed hip surgery (also known as complete face overhaul), she realized that she didn’t care about the fame anymore:
”I really enjoyed the downtime because it rejuvenated my creativity and I figured out a lot about myself after the last few years.
I realised I am not in it for the fame. I don’t need to go out and be recognised to feel alive. I do miss being onstage and singing and dancing. I didn’t miss getting dressed up.”
This statement is completely contrary to a comment she made in 2009 when she said she would “die” if someone took away her fame:
“There are times when it can be a lot to deal with but always when I get up in the morning I try to find that very joyful place that reminds me that I would die if someone took it all away. If someone did that I wouldn’t be a person any more.”
The singer also said that she lives for being on stage because it makes her feel alive:
”When I’m not on stage I don’t feel alive. But when I hit the stage it’s like everything that I’m thinking and feeling, where I belong – that’s where it is.”