LOS ANGELES - Lady Gaga performed before a sell-out crowd at The San Andreas Fault Coliseum where she received two standing ovations.
The woman of many elaborate outfits and flamboyant costumes was interviewed backstage by Hollywood Innuendo reporter Fajita San Guacamole.
Miss San Guacamole is presently writing a book about Lady Gaga tentatively titled, Please Stop Picking At My Costume - The Secret Needs, Urges, and Desires of Lady Gaga.
The ostentatiously ornamental songstress stated that out of all the dozens of venues in which she has performed The San Andreas Fault Coliseum is by far her favorite.
She expressed that the reason is because of its unique, scientific, state-of-the-art stage.
The stage which was manufactured in Obersaxen, Switzerland is set in the middle of the coliseum and constantly revolves in a counter clockwise rotation at the rate of 18 inches per minute.
This wonderful mechanical aspect affords everyone in the coliseum a fantastic, much closer look at the performers.
Lady Gaga revealed that the revolving stage concept was first devised by Neil Young when he was performing with the 60s and 70s iconic band Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young.
Young wrote in his autobiography One String Leads - The Neil Young Story that the idea first came to him in a dream he had after a CSN&Y performance in 1971, at the Inca Dinka Doo Coliseum in La Paz, Bolivia.
Miss San Guacamole asked Lady Gaga about her wardrobe malfunction that occurred during her performance of her hit song "Born This Way" while she was on state performing at The Tumblin' Tumbleweed Arena in Waxahachie, Texas.
The New York City singer blushed and remarked that she has never been more embarrassed than she was that night in the Lone Star state.
She said that she was wearing a costume that was made entirely of taco salad ingredients.
Lady Gaga explained that she was performing "Born This Way" and had just finished singing the line You're Lebanese, you're Orient, when she suddenly felt that the two round Tostitos chips that were covering her nip*les became detached and fell to the stage floor.
She pointed out that luckily her bass player saw what had transpired and he stepped in front of her to block the audience from seeing her exposed tatas.
She felt relieved about that until she saw an explicit video of the entire incident on YouTube. She disclosed that her manager managed to track down the fan who had taken the video.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: I heard from an excellent source that the fan identified as Randy Figgywillow of Corsicana, Texas quickly agreed to take down the video after Lady Gaga had Brooklyn mafia boss Salvatore Goombalini give Mr. Figgywillow a little personal phone call.]