Lady Gaga to Oprah: I'm going on a media blackout
If you're a major star and planning an indefinite media blackout, spilling to Oprah Winfrey is a good way to go.
On Sunday night, Lady Gaga declared to the queen of talk that she's entering a no-media phase. "Other than this interview, Oprah, I do not intend to speak to anyone for a very long time," Gaga said in a pre-taped conversation filmed for "Oprah's Next Chapter: Lady Gaga," a special that aired on the mogul's OWN network.
"The latest thing I do is, I don't read a damn thing," Gaga, 25, said. "No press, no television. If my mom calls and says, 'Did you hear about ...?,' I don't want to know nothing about anything that is going on in relation to music. I shut it all off."
The pop superstar also spilled on her desire for so-called normalcy in her personal life. "I want kids, I want a soccer team, and I want a husband," the "Marry the Night" singer told Winfrey. "Well, I'm being superfluous. I don't want to have one kid - I want to have a few. I want to experience that (making a pregnancy gesture) ... but not yet."
In terms of whether she's found a mate with whom to start popping out those potential goalies, Gaga wouldn't say (she's been romantically linked to "Vampire Diaries" actor Taylor Kinney), but she did admit she's doing A-OK.
"All I will say is that I am wonderfully happy and more creative than ever," she told Winfrey.