CHICAGO - Last year Lady Gaga was approached by PlayMale Men's Magazine about appearing in a nude layout with a Halloween theme.
She turned it down saying that she did not want to be associated with Jack-O-Lanterns and ugly old witches.
A representative for PlayMale identified as Birchley Smocksmiggin, 27, asked Lady G, if she would agree to appear in the February issue where she would be featured in a Valentine's Day spread.
Lady Gaga informed the magazine that she would do it for $2 million. She was told that not even Pamela Anderson in her Baywatch hey day or Jessica Simpson during her high riding Dukes of Hazzard movie days were paid anywhere near that much.
Gaga angrily replied that she would not do it. But according to the supermarket tabloid Say What? the word on the streets of Chicago is that she had agreed to do it for $1.3 million.
The New York singer has denied that she will be appearing in a PlayMale layout and further added that she is cancelling the interview on fruit that she was going to do for the publication.
SIDENOTE: Smocksmiggin stated that after getting a very good look at Lady Gaga's upper thighs through some very explicit photos that were provided to him by Russell Brand that he would not have Lady Gaga featured in their magazine if she agreed to do it for $9,000.