Lady GaGa has never been shy about her sexuality but it seems that in the past she wasn't as keen to let on to her lovers that she was bisexual. Now considered a gay icon, Gaga attributes much of her fame, especially in the early stages, to the LGBT community and campaigns for gay rights across the world. The singer performed at an exclusive gig in December at London's Mayfair's private member's club, hosted by Belvedere vodka. In front of a star-studded audience, which included singer Adele, Gaga treated her fans to a little intimacy. Gaga arrived on stage an hour late through a cloud of smoke wearing a bouffant Marie Antoinette wig, glitzy leotard and sparkly boots. She joked: "I just wish I always had fog when I walked in anywhere.
Lady Gaga Discusses Bisexuality, Gay Icon Status In 'Attitude'
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It was released on September 26, , as the album's second single. The main idea behind the song is bisexuality and was a tribute by Gaga to her rock and roll boyfriends. The song's lyrics feature various sexual innuendos.
In the new issue of Attitude magazine Lady Gaga once again addresses speculation surrounding her bisexuality and discusses what it really means to be a gay icon. Mother Monster has been on the defensive lately about her bisexual identity, having recently told a crowd at Berghain Club in Berlin, Germany, that her bisexuality is "not a lie. I know I am not just a lesbian —- I have a boyfriend —- but all of my friends are in this community.