Lady Gaga Plans To Join A Nudist Colony

Written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 10 August 2013

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Lady Gaga says that when she is nude she feels as if she is completely naked. (Photo by Paco Peso).

NEW YORK CITY - Lady Gaga has been out of the music scene for a while as she recovers from a tonsil transplant.

The "Born This Way" singer told Calcutta Cotton with Music Moments Magazine that ever since she stopped performing concerts she has taken up the practice of nudity.

Gaga says that at first it started when she simply forgot to put on clothes after taking a shower.

She then said that it led to going outside to get the mail al fresco and even walking her pet Pomeranian puppy Puddles in her birthday suit.

But now the 27-year-old songstress says that she is seriously considering joining a nudist colony and living at the facility 24/7.

Lady Gaga revealed that she recently spoke to several friends of hers who are nudists and she says that it sounds like it would be a lot of fun especially when they play games such as leap frog.

She did stress that she is not doing it for the sex as she has taken a five month vow of celibacy that isn't up until November 13.

IN OTHER NEWS. Kate Middleton told Piers Morgan that she and Prince William have decided that their new baby George Alexander Louis will be nicknamed Gallie

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