Lady Gaga is bearing all on the new cover of Rolling Stone.
But are we really surprised? The girl showed up to a Mets game last week wearing nothing but a bedazzled bra and panties set. On this cover, she’s portrayed wearing a skimpy thong and a bra attached to machine guns.
There’s only one quote from the interview available right now, in which Gaga says,"When I wake up in the morning, I feel just like any other insecure 24-year-old girl. Then I say, 'Bitch, you're Lady GaGa, you get up and and walk the walk today.'”
Gaga also made headlines this week for getting “banned” from the Yankees clubhouse. So what really happened? Gaga reportedly snuck into the team's clubhouse after their 4-0 loss to the NY Mets on Friday.
But Yankees general manager Brian Cashman tells the New York Daily News, "There is a time for things like that and that wasn't it. After a loss is a wrong time. Where a security detail prevents the media covering the game from doing its job, that is wrong. This has nothing to do with her. ... It has to do with a decision made upstairs to let her in and allow this to happen. She did nothing wrong. ... The problem is internal and it's been handled."
But an MLB official seemed a little more annoyed with Gaga’s antics. They said. "Just because someone is a celebrity doesn't mean they get a credential that authorizes them to the clubhouse. I am sure there are exceptions. ... She never had permission to enter either clubhouse."
Gaga was in her usual ballpark get-up—bra and underwear peeking out of a team jersey and fishnets.
Check back on Hollyscoop.com this week for more on the Rolling Stone interview.