Lady Gaga On Madge, Again

Not like that. Lady Gaga gives her thoughts on Madonna in a scene from her new documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two. If I had been noting Gaga’s actual physical position in regards to Madonna, this post would have been titled “Lady Gaga At Home Watching Every Single Appearance Of Madonna That She Can Find On YouTube In Order To Rip Her Off Some More.” I kid – innovator Lady Gaga is as original as Beyonce and Taylor Swift combined! Vulture watched Truth Or Dare Gaga: Five Foot Two and reported back that Gaga thinks Madge is a…well, let’s just say that it smells like kitty litter in here and it’s probably because of the pussy.

Gaga addresses the time Madonna sipped tea and pronounced her “reductive” due to a feeling that Gaga’s single “Born This Waysounds similar to M’s “Express Yourself.”

“The thing with me and Madonna is that I admired her always and still admire her, no matter what she might think of me. The only thing that really bothers me about her is [that] I’m Italian and from New York, so if I have a problem with somebody, I’m gonna tell you to your face.”

So Gaga would like Madonna to keep it 100 with her, as they say. She thinks Madge needs to say it to her face and not be talking shit about her in tea-sipping interviews! Madonna would have been reached for comment but she’s in Portugal. She’s too busy acting like Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’s The Child Catcher except she’s snatching barely legal male models. Same outfit, though.

Gaga actually wants Madonna to address their issues by working some of her mid-90s SEX book S&M fun on her.

“She wouldn’t look me in the eye and tell me I’m reductive,” says Gaga, using one of the Material Girl’s pet adjectives. But there’s still hope, Gaga says, grinning: “I just want Madonna to push me up against the wall and kiss me and tell me I’m a piece of shit.”

Her name is Dita, she’ll be Lady Gaga’s mistress tonight. Not to kink-shame, but Gaga’s into some freaky shit.

You can watch the trailer for Gaga: Five Foot Two below.

And here’s some pics of Gaga at the TIFF premiere Five Foot Two yesterday.

Pics: Instagram, WENN

25 Comments

  1. Clever Moniker

    Except Madonna said something negative about Gaga one time and Gaga can’t stop talking about it. It SEEMS like Madonna talks about her a lot because Gaga keeps bringing the one time up.

  2. Yep, the same fugly slag.

  3. She is one of the worst dancers I’ve ever had the displeasure of watching. She makes Taylor Swift slightly bearable by comparison.

  4. This will be an o we produced mess. An ego fest. Isn’t she irrelevant now more than reductive?

  5. Lmao you made me spit out my coffee.

  6. That is one of the most brilliant gifs I’ve ever seen. Lmao.

  7. She’s had so much done to her face I can’t even tell which parts were done. Probably all of them.

  8. There is also this… https://uploads.disquscdn.c

  9. Yes, Madonna has always been derivative, but she was able to pass it off as if she were original. And with Marilyn Monroe, Madonna was upfront about being inspired by her.

  10. Let me see. Isn’t Lady Gaga the one who held a blackface slave party only 5 years ago? Then, she humilated a black guy at an Art event in 2014? https://uploads.disquscdn.c

  11. Huh?

  12. Madonna was just as derivative as Gaga in her early years (Monroe obsession) and she’s a certified A Grade cunt. And yet, she’s Madonna. Gaga isn’t in same league.

  13. She needs publicity this badly huh

  14. That movie was so good, and Madonna was good in it because she was just playing Madonna.

  15. She looks like a cross between Stevie Nicks and Nikki Minaj.

  16. playa's dire twat

    Same. She looks like a real person, not the jacked-up real doll she’s becoming.

  17. playa's dire twat

    I haven’t seen that one.

    Honestly I kind of like Madge in League of Their Own. She’s not good, but she’s kinda fuck yo watch.*

    *thats an auto correct from “fun to watch” and I’m just gonna leave it like that.

  18. Maybe…but I guess I forgive Madge becuz I love, love, love the movie Desperately Seeking Susan, mostly because it captured NYC in a time capsule of the mid 1980s, when the city was a ruin but an ideal place for new art and music being borne out, right before the real estate developers vultured down on it & created the gentrified place we know now. I give her credit cause she came first, and so much of what Gags does is…so derivative (using that word again, sorry…)

  19. playa's dire twat

    Ten times zero is still zero. They both need to stick to music.

  20. I’m going to have to steal that.

  21. Madonna would certainly tell her that to her face. Isn’t she an Italian from Chicago?

  22. shut the fuck up. if you copied my style and became famous off of me…which I don’t think anyone with an IQ could argue Gaga DIDN’T do…then I wouldn’t fucking “lift” her up. I would either sue her or shit on her every chance I got. that’s like saying every time a Chinese knock-off comes on the market, the guy who originally came up with the idea…spent money developing and researching…should fucking applaud the scumbag who spent 10 minutes copying it….get the fuck out of here.

  23. Her acting was ten times better than Madges.

  24. Overacting to the point of…well, the worst overacting I’ve ever seen. I don’t think she has any idea of when any semblance of subtlety might be appropriate.

  25. The term is “derivative,” not “reductive,” there, Madge!!! (and I guess Gags, too, cuz she didn’t correct her on that point…) The first time I heard “Born this Way,” I thought it was a cover of “Express Yourself.” That says a lot.

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