Her crazy, erotic get-ups get attention and catchy, sexually-drenched songs are probably playing on at least three stations on your radio dial as you read this. Now Lady Gaga, one of the 2009's biggest breakout stars, gets the cover of Rolling Stone.
The 23-year-old (real name: Stefani Joanna Angelina Germanotta) appears on the covers of the upcoming magazine in her birthday suit, plus a few strategically placed bubbles.
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The unique talent told the magazine her individuality is what separates her from her (conventionally-hotter) musical peers.
“I don’t feel like I look like the other perfect little pop singers," Lady Gaga told the magazine. "I think I’m changing what people think is sexy."