Whether it’s giving crazy interviews, flipping the bird, or wearing ridiculous outfits, Lady Gaga is always trying to outdo herself! But experts warn that Lady Gaga could actually be turning into her onstage person, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
Lady Gaga might actually be becoming Lady Gaga! HollywoodLife.com spoke with two top psychiatrists who say that Gaga’s constant need for attention both good and bad, could get her into some serious emotional trouble.
“She sees herself as a true artist who has no rules,” says Dr. Jeff Gardere, and host of VH1’s Dad Camp. “She needs to be on her guard, that the stereotype, the enhanced persona of Lady Gaga doesn’t become her true reality and doesn’t replace who she actually is when she is by herself … alone.”
Lady Gaga wasn’t always a platform wearing, platinum blonde. The 24-year-old is a New York native, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta. The overnight phenomenon, who’s quickly turning into a modern day Madonna, is taking an interesting path to stay at the top of her game.
In the latest issue of Vanity Fair magazine, the mega-popstar gave one of her most extreme comments yet: “I have this weird thing that if I sleep with someone, they’re going to take my creativity from me through my vagina.”
“Whether her creativity is coming from her vagina or her head, she feels it and is buying into the hype that what she is doing is avant-garde and actually relevant,” says Dr. Gardere. “Every time she ups the ante she increases by one degree, the probability of saying something that can destroy her. She could loose a sense of who she is and feel pressure to build her star power.”
Beverly Hills Psychiatrist, Dr. Carole Lieberman agrees with Jeff and also believes this all has something to do with Lady Gaga’s childhood.
“Lady Gaga tries to be as provocative as possible in order to get attention,” says Dr. Lieberman. “She has spoken about how her parents worked from 8 in the morning until 8 at night, trying to provide a better life. Essentially she is trying to compensate for the attention she lacked from her parents.”
“At some point this will eclipse who she truly is and she’ll be lost in this Gaga personality,” says Dr. Gardere. “It will be like she’s lost in a void … because Gaga is not real.”