Lady Gaga is proud to have achieved success despite 'not being pretty'

‘I didn’t get here because I’m pretty’: Lady Gaga is proud to have achieved success while ‘not being perfect’ and says she resists ‘being objectified’ by men despite wearing ‘skimpy outfits’

Lady Gaga has revealed that she is proud of attaining global success despite ‘not being pretty’.

The 34-year-old pop superstar appeared on Australia’s The Project for a special interview which aired on Sunday evening, and told host Lisa Wilkinson that she has resisted ‘objectification’ despite wearing revealing clothing. 

The Bad Romance singer said: ‘Even though I might wear skimpy outfits sometimes and I’m sitting here with no pants on with my big shoes, my definition of beauty has always been very against the grain. 

Open: Lady Gaga (pictured) has revealed that she is proud of attaining global success despite ‘not being pretty’. The 34-year-old pop superstar appeared on Australia’s The Project for a special interview which aired on Sunday evening

‘I just dressed like how I felt like dressing today, how I wanted to do my hair, how I wanted my makeup to look. 

‘But I would never want to send a message to anyone, especially a young person, that you have to be perfect in any type of physical way in order to be a beautiful person.’ 

The singer added: ‘I didn’t get here because I’m pretty. I’m not a supermodel. I make music and it’s that and my heart, and my brain that got me here, and a lot of hard work.’

Proud: The singer told host Lisa Wilkinson that she has resisted ‘objectification’ despite wearing revealing clothing

Bold: ‘I would never want to send a message to anyone, especially a young person, that you have to be perfect in any type of physical way in order to be a beautiful person,’ Gaga said 

The Shallow songstress insisted: ‘I didn’t get here because I’m pretty. I’m not a supermodel’ 

Gaga said that she has a ‘straight male’ in her life who thinks highly of her and assured her that she is ‘authentic’ when she goes from ‘look from look’ and ‘doesn’t place value’ on her physical appearance.  

‘I felt like I was really seen as a person, and it was really nice that I felt like I wasn’t being objectified by a man,’ Gaga told The Project.  

The superstar has just released her highly-anticipated sixth studio album Chromatica, her first in six years. 

The performer added: ‘Even though I might wear skimpy outfits sometimes and I’m sitting here with no pants on, my definition of beauty has always been very against the grain’

Brave: ‘I make music and it’s that and my heart, my brain that got me here, and a lot of hard work,’ the singer told The Project, adding, ‘I felt like I wasn’t being objectified by a man’ 

In a video shared to Twitter on Friday, Lady Gaga cried happy tears as she danced to her inspirational single Free Woman, after the midnight release of the new album.   

‘I’m not tweeting cuz I can’t stop crying I’m so happy. Thank you,’ the Born This Way singer said to her 81.5million followers.  

The star has collaborated with pop heavyweights like Elton John and Ariana Grande, as well as K-Pop group BlackPink in the electronic bop Sour Candy, which heavily features the vocal prowess of Australian group member Chaeyoung ‘Rosé’ Park. 

Big news: The superstar has just released her highly-anticipated sixth studio album Chromatica, her first in six years

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