Lady Gaga doesn’t feel ‘free’ be­cause of fame

Jamaica Gleaner - - ENTERTAINMENT -

LADY GAGA doesn’t feel “free” now that she’s fa­mous.

The 30-year-old pop megas­tar – real name Ste­fani Ger­man­otta – has made a name for her­self since she re­leased her de­but al­bum, The Fame, in 2008, but has said the at­ten­tion she re­ceives from fans can be too much, as she claims it is “le­gal” for peo­ple to fol­low her and stalk her.

She said: “I’m very acutely aware that once I cross that prop­erty line, I’m not free any­more.

“As soon as I go out into the world, I be­long, in a way, to ev­ery­one else. It’s le­gal to fol­low me. It’s le­gal to stalk me at the beach. And I can’t call the po­lice or ask them to leave.”

She re­vealed in an in­ter­view with US tele­vi­sion show CBS Sun­day Morn­ing which airs this Sun­day: “I miss peo­ple. I miss, you know, go­ing any­where and meet­ing a ran­dom per­son and say­ing ‘Hi,’ and hav­ing a con­ver­sa­tion about life. I love peo­ple.”

The news comes af­ter the Mil­lion Rea­sons singer re­cently likened fame to a drug and said she was fin­ished fight­ing for “more at­ten­tion”.


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