Lady Gaga took some time out of her busy schedule of wearing meat and saving the world to have a little chat with Oprah Winfrey. You know, like you do.
It’s a pretty grown-up interview. Lady Gaga is in a normal dress without a telephone on her head and no-one rides around in a giant egg, even so it’s interesting, Lady Gaga is candid about some issues that are close to her heart.
“There really is no difference between the bully and the victim. I would like to do a psychological autopsy on as many bullies and victims as possible… How do we understand what breeds hatred, what breeds anger?”
She also spoke about her plans for the future, they sound exhausting, “I want kids, enough kids to field a soccer team. I don’t want to have one kid. I want to have a few, and I want a husband.”
A whole football team of children? Just the thought of that makes us wince. Watch the video below to see more of Lady Gaga’s chat with Oprah.
Adele has started a new fitness program to try to drop two dress sizes before the summer. We would have thought that just lifting up all her awards would be enough excise but she’s also ditched the cigarettes and taken up Pilates after Alan Carr told her to give it a go.
A source told the Sun: "Adele has found so much more energy now she's quit smoking. She really wants to get healthier, now that she's half-way there.
"She had always been curious about taking up Pilates but until recently there just hadn't been any time. Only last month designer Karl Lagerfeld sparked outrage when he accused Adele of being a little too fat."
What do you think? Should Adele change her body shape? When we chatted to her at the Brits she was already tiny.
Amanda Holden has revealed how that the Royals are big fans of Britain’s Got Talent, "BGT is a family show so I want to find an act that will appeal to the whole Royal Family.
"I want Kate and William to enjoy our acts as much as the Queen. I know they all watch the show, I've asked them.”
Kate and Wills aren’t the only royal fans of the show. The Queen is also supposed to be a big fan of The X Factor, Mary Byrne said The Queen told her she was a fan last year when they met.
Mary told The Sun: "She said, 'You are the lady off The X Factor. Your song was fabulous'.
"I asked if she watched the show. She said, 'It could be too late for me but I do watch it the next day'. They record it for her."
We think Simon Cowell should get the Queen in as a guest judge for an episode. How amazing would that be? Her catchphrase could be, ‘One is not amused.’