I think you're talking about the Leno interview? Besides the RIDICULOUS glasses for the first 4 minutes (whats the point?)? I dont know, she was actually somewhat normal in that interview. I'm talking about almost every interview I have ever seen with her. Just the way she talks, her tone, its so uppity and desperately trying to be important. Watch an interview with her, listen to her talk, then think of literally EVERYONE you know in real life, people dont talk like that, its an ACT. She doesn't talk like a normal human being, she acts like an actress, which is fine for her profession, but I think people need to stop acting like she is 100% genuine. That being said, she does great things for the gay community and such, which is great, but one has to wonder how much of that is for real and how much of that is targeting a certain audience (gay community) based off a character that she is playing for the masses. I, for one, think it is mostly (but not completely) the latter. Every interview I see with her, she desperately spews massive amounts of lines that she is obviously hoping become iconic catch phrases. She is trying way, way, too hard. It's not genuine. For someone who preaches she was 'born this way' and she is her own person and blah blah blah whatever, she sure loves to hide behind her ridiculous outfits/costumes that have absolutely NOTHING to do with her music, or really anything in general. Her 'costumes' are rather something to hide behind, but most of all stir up controversy, which is great business/marketing actually. Someone explain to me how dressing up in a meat dress has anything to do with ANYTHING. I'm sorry, I don't get it.
That's who Lady GaGa is. She is the person who is very passionate about her music, career, fashion, gay rights, equality for all, etc.
She is being genuine to her fans, as Lady GaGa.
There isn't anything wrong with intertwining part of who you are with a persona.
Because she does it so perfectly most think it's fake.
Her costumes/outfits usually have everything to do with her performance/persona.
The meat dress she said "has many interpretations." She also said, "If we don't stand up for what we believe in, if we don't fight for our rights, pretty soon we're gonna have as much rights as the meat on our bones" then finally concludes with "I am not a piece of meat."