Lady Gaga Talks Driver’s Licenses, Frugality With Z100’s Elvis Duran
Lady Gaga's morning radio tour continued as she popped by Elvis Duran's show on Z100 this morning in New York City. Gaga tackled a myriad of topics, from her lack of a driver's license to her meat dress (and fan renditions of said frock) to her finances.
She was sheathed in a noisy, black plastic dress -- no doubt uncomfortable in the recent heat wave that has swept the Big Apple -- and her eye brows were dramatically shaped and black. Her hair was a two-tone mix of black and blond and she wore a lace veil over her face, with a hole cut out for her mouth. For a second, it looked like Gaga was rocking a five o'clock shadow with the veil over her face. It was typically fashion-forward Gaga and nothing, not even stifling NYC heat, can prevent Gaga from looking her black-clad best.
Here are some of Gaga's key quips from the interview:
On driving: "I was given a car as a gift, but I don’t have a license. I don't drive. I am not sure I should be given a license."
On her finances: "I spend no money. The only thing I spend money on is the show. I didn’t get into this business for the money. I’m really, really so happy making music."
On gay marriage in New York: "What's so important about this being passed is there are real families [who] will now feel that the government recognizes the value of their family the way every family is recognized … It sends a message that we’re becoming modern."
On her reaction to hearing 'The Edge of Glory' on Z100: "I cried every time I heard it … It's about my grandfather, this is my home station."
On whether or not she is anxious as the whole world watches her every move: "No, I am having a good time."
On the meat dress: "My fans make punk rock renditions of the meat dress, with tye dye."
Watch the Full Lady Gaga Z100 Interview