Lady Gaga Poses Without Any Make-Up in Harper's Bazaar

September 6, 2011 By:
Lady Gaga Poses Without Any Make-Up in Harper's Bazaar

Lady Gaga dons the most ridiculous outfit yet. She poses without any make-up! Omigod shut down the streets of West Hollywood! Call every gay in your phone book and start the prayer circles now!

Gaga, who has worn more ridiculous outfits of any modern pop star has outdone herself this time by appearing on the cover of Harper's Bazaar with a totally nude face. Even her eyebrows look early iridescent.

I don't think anyone has really seen Gaga's true face and while I assumed she was masking a third eye or a second head all this time, she's actually very pretty. Like if an alien mated with a supermodel, but still pretty.

"Whether I'm wearing lots of makeup, I'm always the same person inside," says Gaga in the magazine.

Because Gaga has made a name for herself as being over-the-top and constantly changing her image she says, "I think what has been lovely about my relationship with the public is that they expect something unexpected from me."

Everyone is saying that this is the new "au naturel" look for Gaga, but she begs to differ.

"I don't really view it as 'natural,' I think that artifice is the new reality. It's more about just being honest and sincere to the core of what you do."

If you say so. Then again, Gaga never has a truly honest moment, which she told us, in drag at the VMA's. She legitimately said about herself (dressed as Jo Calderone) "she can't stand to have one honest moment."

Then Gaga tells Bazaar, "There's this idea that it's all natural, but everything's been staged to look natural."

So what is it Gaga!? Natural or not natural?! Who are you? And while I'm asking questions, how many licks to the center of the tootsie pop and why does the "check engine light" in my car keep coming on!?!

Gaga says a make-up less face is just another mask in the many faces of Gaga, "It is also an invention. It's just that my inventions are different. I often get asked about my artifice, but isn't fashion based on the idea that we can create a fantasy?"

This new "face" or "invention" of Gaga's, whatever you want to call it, is probably a faucet of her alter ego character Nymph whom she debuted in the first in a series of alternate videos for "You and I." Gaga stars in the newest "You and I" video where she wears long pin straight blonde hair and a make-up less face very much similar to her face on the cover of Harpers Bazaar.