VANCOUVER, Canada - Lady Gaga was in Vancouver on the fifth stop of her 2010 Damn It's Colder Than A Mutha F'er Canadian Tour when she was asked about her latest song.
Gaggy, as her drummer calls her, said that a few weeks ago she had gone into the Flip Side Recording Studio in Milwaukee and recorded a tribute to the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics.
The X-rated Winter Olympics-themed song which was co-written by her and Canadian singer K.D. Lang is titled, "I've Got A Fire In My Heart, And Snowballs In My Undies."
The song has already shot all the way up to the number 3 spot of The Songboard Top 100 chart.
Lady G was interviewed in Vancouver by disc jockey Cary "The White Wonder" Weintraub of WKRV in Cincinnati.
Weintraub who has been a little sarcastic towards Lady Gaga in the past, informed Lady G that the Lady Gaga - K.D. Lang penned song is the best song he has heard since "Key Largo" by Bertie Higgins.
Weintraub said that he has gotten more requests to play that song than any other song in his 17-year disc jockeying career.
He asked Lady Gaga what inspired her and K.D. to write such an infatuatingly beautiful while at the same time hauntingly scary song about the Winter Olympics.
Gaga grinned, smacked her lips (the upper ones), and replied, "Oh. I don't know Wienie. The Winter Olympics maybe?"
Weintraub turned red. He told her that his name was not Wienie. He then asked her if she was trying to embarrass him on his own radio show.
Lady Gaga did not miss a beat as she replied, "Oh, I don't think so Wienerman. I think you have managed to do a damn good job of that all by your little bitty self."
The "White Wonder" cut her mic off and told her to get her hermaphroditic body out of his hotel room.
In other Olympic news. Sarah Palin was asked if she plans on attending the Vancouver Olympics. She said that she really wanted to but that she can't because she is kind of behind on her moose and caribou killing quota for the year.