Lady Gaga dropped by the “Late Show with David Letterman” on Monday to discuss her new album “Born This Way” (which crashed the servers of Amazon yesterday when the website offered the deal of the century: pay just .99 cents to receive Gaga’s entire 14 track CD).
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Despite coming off a memorable “Saturday Night Live” appearance, and a variety of nominations at the Billboard Music Awards, Letterman seemed much more fascinated with Gaga’s infamous “egg,” which she insists on calling a “vessel.”
“How much time do you spend in it? Oh, is it tough to get insurance?” asked Dave.
“Well, no, because for me, it’s a place where I can meditate and experience rebirth,” Gaga said, “so I just get inside of it and close it and then when I feel that I have been reborn spiritually, I just, whoo, come out.”
“How long does the rebirth process take?” Letterman asked.
“It depends…I just really believe that you can be reborn over and over and over again until you find that part of you that is the best you that you can be,” Gaga replied, “so I encourage everyone to be that way. I wonder what would happen if I put you in an egg?”
“In an egg, I don’t think I’d fit,” Letterman said.
“Maybe we could get in together…you could be the yolk,” joked Gaga.
If you missed it, watch some of Lady Gaga’s interview with David Letterman to the left.
In Boston, the “Late Show” aired at 11:35 pm eastern on CBS.
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