But when it comes to women, it’s nothing personal, just sex. GaGa says her attraction to women is strictly physical, while she reserves her feelings for the men in her life, including former love, Luke, a metal drummer who broke her heart.
“I was his Sandy, and he was my Danny, and I just broke.” The good news is good ol’ Luke provided great inspiration for most of the songs on GaGa’s hit debut recording ‘The Fame.’
And how do men like the fact that she’s into women? Not so munch. Ya, I said munch!
“The fact that I’m into women, they’re all intimidated by it. It makes them uncomfortable. They’re like, ‘I don’t need to have a threesome. I’m happy with just you.'”
But it sounds like GaGa’s true love these days is her music.
“My music’s not going to wake up tomorrow morning and tell me it doesn’t love me anymore,” she says. “So I’m content with my solitude. I’m okay with being alone. I choose to have someone in my life when I can.
“I feel like I have so much to do… My true legacy will be the test of time, and whether I can sustain a space in pop culture and really make stuff that will have a genuine impact.”