Lady Gaga: 'You cannot make music with a lobster in your head.'

 

Lady Gaga is in the cover of the latest issue of The Sunday Times Culture which is now available in every newsstand in the United Kingdom. In an interview with the U.K. newspaper's Jonathan Dean, Lady Gaga finally explained why she shifted away from the extravagant and flamboyant fashions and looks.

 

"All the outfits, fashion and art pieces over the years made sense to me. They didn't make sense to other people. This time my style just stayed naturally at how I've been in the studio", Lady Gaga told Jonathan Dean. Most of her collaborators for her new album 'Joanne' are talented male musicians including Mark Ronson, Beck, Bloodpop, Kevin Parker, and Father John Misty. Lady Gaga told the newspaper that working with these male musicians in the studio definitely affects her fashion choice, saying: "I've been in the studio with boys. You can't make music with a bunch of boys who are staring at a lobster at your head. They are going to get distracted."

 

 

During the interview, Lady Gaga also talked about the inspiration behind her new album, her collaboration with English singer Florence Welch, and her upcoming huge projects including 'A Star Is Born' and headlining the Super Bowl halftime show. Read the full interview HERE.

 

Lady Gaga's new album 'Joanne' is coming out on October 21st. Pre-order the album on iTunes and Amazon!