She also visited Central ParksStrawberry Fields memorial to John Lennon for the segment, which was filmed last month. Of her recent dive bar tour, Gaga said:It reminds me that if this were all to go away tomorrow, all the big success, that I would still be very happy going from bar to bar, playing music for people. She teared up as she talkedabout how life in the public eyeinspired her to try to make her work morepersonal: Im very acutely aware that once I cross that property line, Im not free anymore. As soon as I go out in the world, I belong, in a way, to everyone else. Its legal to follow me. Its legal to stalk me at the beach. I cant call the police or ask them to leave. I took a long hard at that property line, and I said, Well, if I cant be free out there, I can be free in here.’ Gagaalso commented on the end of her relationship with actor Taylor Kinney and her upcoming performance at the Super Bowl halftime show . Watch below.
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Im just me, Gagasaid of Joanne, which she calls her most honest album yet. Im 30;its just what I want to do now. Gaga recalled interesting experience she had sharing the album, named after her late aunt, with her father and grandmother. Playing the music for my father for the first time was very powerful. And my grandma, too, she said. My father was very, very emotional. read the articleAnd my grandmother was, too, but she held my hand and she said, I hope, my dear, that you wont be too maudlin while youre putting this music into the world. She didnt want me to have an obsession with the death of my aunt. Later in the interview, she mentioned her father again, and said, Making your dad happy is especially for an Italian Catholic girl it feels really good. And I feel that today. All the awards in the world, you can get into all the nightclubs, theyll send you the nicest clothes. She continued: Nothing better than walking into your dads restaurant and seeing a smile on his face and knowing that your mom and dad and sister are real proud of you and that you havent lost touch with who you are. That, for me, is real success. But success has come with difficulties for the renowned artist. In July, Gaga and Taylor Kinney , 35, ended their engagement after five years together. The Chicago Fire actor proposed on Valentines Day 2015 at the singers familys Manhattan restaurant Joannes Trattoria, where her interviewwith Cowan took place.important link
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