Lady Gaga 'up for' threesome with 'Chicago Fire's' Taylor Kinney

taylor-kinney-lady-gaga-instagram.jpg Lady Gaga recently sat down for a two-hour interview with Howard Stern. The full audio is below and it's fascinating. But here are some highlights, including a lot of talk about her relationship with "Chicago Fire" star Taylor Kinney and her "feud" with Madonna.

On her dream wedding:

"Everyone's so in a rush to define a relationship. ... I am the center of attention in my job every single day. The thought of a wedding, to me, is so exhausting. This is my dream wedding -- David's Bridal, grooms go on the men's side, girls go on the female side, we get completely hammered, we find the worst dresses we can find and we go to the courthouse.

On her partner, "Chicago Fire" star Taylor Kinney:

"I am lucky to be with somebody who has a great job and who cares about his job. He's an actor, he's on 'Chicago Fire' ... we don't have any rules about calling each other at certain times, we'll go days at a time without talking and then we'll talk every day. The way that it really works is that we trust each other and that he's on his journey and I'm on mine and we're gypsies and then when we're together, we're really in love. ... It's not easy and it's terrible when your heart is aching but this is the nature of what we both -- we're connected because we both are creative people."

On him doing his own thing and not being with her all the time:

"I would never expect, and don't like it, actually, when a man wants to travel with me all over the world and follow me around. It's like, 'Where's your job, what are you doing?' ... It's like treating your lover like a toy, to have them follow you around."

On being with women:

"Not when I'm in a relationship. ... It depends on the guy, but guys that know me really well know that that's probably not a good idea [laughs]."

But would she bring a woman into the bedroom with Kinney?


"Into the bedroom is fine. I'm up for it. ... What I hear is that you wanna have sex with me and another woman and that sounds like fun."

On not needing universal popularity:

"Everyone in the world does not love me and I'm OK with that. Listen, if half the people in the world don't think you're ridiculous and hate you, you're doing something wrong. ... I did not get into this business to be worshiped by people like I'm Princess Gaga. In fact, it makes me very uncomfortable because I really just want to make music. ... If you look back in my career, I feel that the music and my integrity as an artist and my activism has always been at the heart."

On her "feud" with Madonna:

"I think she's more aggravated that I'm not upset that she doesn't like me. 'Cause I don't care that she doesn't like me. I don't care."


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