Lady Gaga continues the promo for her upcoming album ARTPOP with an appearance on UK’s Graham Norton show.
During her interview, Gaga talked about her outfits and how they help her deal with “insanity.” “It’s how I deal with my insanity,” she said. “From when I was young I had voices in my head and for the longest time I was drinking and doing a lot of drugs and it was the clothing and the artistry that saved me.”
“I get sheer joy out of creativity, it’s like a psychedelic experience for me,” she added.
When asked about her childhood, she said: “I was very respectful of my parents but I was like a grenade that pulls out its own pin. I just wanted to get hell out of there. I wanted to go out and play music and when I couldn’t make music I went nuts and it made my parents nuts.”
Don’t miss Gaga’s interview and a special performance of her new single “Do What U Want” on the Graham Norton show on November 8th on BBC One.