73 Questions With Lady Gaga | Vogue

  • Published on:  9/13/2018
  • On the eve of the release of her new film, "A Star Is Born," Lady Gaga invites Vogue to her LA home and answers 73 intriguing questions. While sitting outside, amongst perfectly placed potted plants and flowering ivy, Lady Gaga talks about her songwriting process, working with actor-turned-director Bradley Cooper, and her upcoming Vegas residency.

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    73 Questions With Lady Gaga | Vogue

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  • Cedric Johnson (Sep 13, 2018)

    Our mother monster looks so healthy I’m so happy for her 😭😍

  • Larisa Abajyanová (5 days ago)

    That’s her nickname DUH

  • Claudia Vlahović (6 days ago)

    +Asma Fatima She worked for it and he's a fan. Let him be.

  • FoolyLiving (Oct 16, 2018)

    The entire thing was filmed on the patio which I was not expecting.

  • Jaela Limmie (Nov 21, 2018)

    he should sit opposite of her

  • Ahmed Hathout (Nov 11, 2018)

    +Tylar Yes, they do. This is Lady Gaga's real house in Malibu.

  • mik zed (Oct 1, 2018)

    can we have a 73 questions with the person that asks the questions

  • Isabel Perea (3 days ago)


  • Ashmita Budathoki (Feb 11, 2019)

    Best idea ever!

  • Pink Sky (Sep 27, 2018)

    I’m annoyed at how the celebrities answering these questions always do it the same way...walking away and turning back quickly to answer all casually and then walking to different areas. It’s like they are all acting according to a script or they’ve all watched these videos and try to act the same way. I do feel like Lady G relaxed once she sat down and she didn’t answer in that sing song voice the rest of them typically do.

  • Sammy Ith (10 hours ago)

    Loved Selena Gomez interviewed best. And she was walking all over the place lol

  • Linda Love (5 days ago)

    Celebrities barely answer questions fully tho because they don't want hate so it can sound fake a lot of times

  • Awoman 17083 (Oct 2, 2018)

    keeping glasses on, is a italian thing. and she is a boss, remember, if she want distance, she keeps distance. All girls please remember that. We are not forced to go in touch if we dont want to. Her sitting is a statement.

  • Nesi Feinga (Feb 12, 2019)

    I don't think u have to be as close and personal as the "other celebrities." It's not inhumane to keep your distance when speaking. They weren't inside, so it doesn't seem rude that she was wearing sunglasses anyways. People need to stop being so sensitive and realize that not all people share the same perspective, and that's not always a bad thing.

  • Winter Wonder (Feb 11, 2019)

    fsggf jsgg They are the worst and so triggered by EVERYTHING

  • S JEE (Sep 14, 2018)

    she didn't even wanna be near the interviewer hahha

  • jimin has jams (Oct 5, 2018)

    3:05“Can you show me a hidden talent?”“no.”*me*

  • channing bloom (Jan 27, 2019)

    Just as I looked at this comment while watching this video I hear the exact same thing as I was reading!!

  • Gio Villella (Nov 25, 2018)

    jiMiN hAs JaMs witchcraft

  • ~DRE~ (Oct 5, 2018)

    Vogue: “How do you describe your personal style?”Lady Gaga: “My personal style is...Gaga.”

  • Sara B (Nov 2, 2018)

    *_73 questions with Lana Del Rey!_*

  • Kaan Avcı (2 days ago)

    Yes pleaseeee

  • kawaii panda (3 days ago)


  • ERIKA DOWDY (Oct 8, 2018)

    U can tell, unlike other celebs, that she didnt prepare for this. Im assuming by her answers

  • Nesi Feinga (Feb 12, 2019)

    Yeah she definitely went with her head most of the time, and it was a nice difference. It gets annoying when all the other celebrities act expecting towards the questions they're asked.

  • James Noon (Feb 8, 2019)

    ERIKA DOWDY in 73 questions they see all the questions before hand and will know what they will answer for each question. They’ll do a practice run or two and then film. If there’s a ‘blooper’ they’ll restart. And because there is so many questions each answer may seem natural for different people as you can’t remember every one and will think about the answer if that makes sense. For this one specifically I can’t imagine this takes them more than an hour to do.