Lady Gaga Explains Her Vow of Silence

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 19 March 2012

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Some of the over 700 ears of corn whose kernels were used to make Lady Gaga's corn on the cob costume.

NEW YORK CITY - No one in the history of the entertainment industry has ever spent more money on costumes than Lady Gaga and that includes the gender bender Boy George of Culture Club.

Lady Gaga, who will turn 26, on March 28, was recently interviewed by Oprah Winfrey on her fledgling network OWN and the New York singer revealed that she was going to enter into a vow of media silence.

Winfrey was shocked as the woman who was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta stated that the reason she was taking her vow of silence was because she had gotten sick and tired of the entertainment media always asking her to explain the idea behind this costume or that outfit.

FuFi Fondue, who is known as the hair stylist to the stars, noted that he has been doing Lady G's hair for two years and that he has used every color known to the civilized world to color her hair.

Fondue, who owns the exclusive Haven of Hair Salon located on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, quipped somewhat tongue-in-cheek that Lady Gaga's drapes have always matched her carpet.

Tahiti Zeppelin with Hollywood Vis-รก-Vis recently reported that Gaga has dressed up in every type of costume imaginable from a Porterhouse Medium Rare Steak to a corn on the cob and from an ostrich ovary to a tilapia taco.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Larry King stated that Las Vegas oddsmakers are giving odds of 7 to 5 that Lady Gaga's vow of media silence will not last more than 10 days.]

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