Music fans who have a Rolling Stone magazine subscription will be able to see Lady Gaga on the cover of the latest edition of the publication.
The controversial popstar, who famously wore a dress made of animal meat for last year's MTV Video Music Awards, took part in a relatively-normal photoshoot for Rolling Stone magazine.
She also opened up to the publication about her past, talking about being bullied as a child.
"[I was] teased for being ugly, having a big nose, being annoying," she told Rolling Stone magazine.
The 25-year-old added that she didn't even want to go to school sometimes because the bullying was so bad.
Discussing the relationship she has with her fans, the Born This Way singer told Rolling Stone magazine she feels like there's an "umbilical cord that I don't want to cut, ever".
"I don't feel that they suck me dry," she added.
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Posted by Tori Gibson