“That performance was art in its purest form,” Lady Gaga said after defending her vomit act on stage.

Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, better known as Lady Gaga, has seldom been out of the spotlight.
She is now the focus of attention for her portrayal of the legendary Harley Quinn in the forthcoming Joker: Folie à Deux, the sequel to Todd Phillips’ take on Joker, which stars Joaquin Phoenix as the title character.

The quirky singer has seldom stayed out of trouble, whether it’s because of her fashion choice or her on-stage antiques.

A still of Lady Gaga (Image via AP)

Lady Gaga’s lavish theatrics resulted in one of the most unforgettable instances of 2014, when she integrated human vomit into her South By Southwest festival performance in Austin, Texas.

The horrific incident occurred when pal Millie Brown stuck her finger down her throat and vomited a gross-looking green stuff over the singer as she performed Swine, which grossed out many viewers and audiences at the time.

In an interview with the Today show in New York City at the time, the then-27-year-old said of the incident:

“Artpop is about bringing together art and music, as well as the spirit of creative rebellion.” That performance was art in its purest form for us. But we recognize that some individuals will not be interested.”
It’s unknown how many people accepted the cause for this outlandish remark, but Lady Gaga’s love has never faded.
Regardless of how people saw the disgusting event, Lady Gaga said that it was her and Millie Brown’s manner of creative expression, and that they believed in it.

Despite the criticism, Gaga held firm and defended her decision in the interview. She stated:

“I suppose we weren’t entirely shocked. Millie and I both know that not everyone will like that performance…”However, we both believe in artistic expression and strong identities.”
She commented on her point:

“We both really believe in artistic expression and strong identities”- Lady Gaga on defending her choice of artistic expression

“In any case, we don’t make things with any specific intention in mind other than to entertain the crowd and create something that is truly for the moment.” It was never intended for the ‘Today’ program. It was intended for a club performance in Austin, and we had a blast.”
This episode not only turned off some of her supporters and bystanders, but also some of her peers.

Demi Lovato, for example, called out Gaga following the event, accusing her of glamorizing eating disorders. The Unbroken turned to Twitter to criticize Gaga, writing:

“Sad… As if there weren’t already enough people glamorizing eating disorders.” Bottom line, it’s not ‘cool’ or ‘artsy’ in the least.”
Many of her followers agreed with her. Despite the incident, Lady Gaga remained true to herself as she grew in popularity as a result of her sustained success in the music business as well as her contributions to Hollywood.

With A Star Is Born, she became the first woman to win an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, a Golden Globe Award, and a Grammy Award all in the same year.

She is going to continue her illustrious career in Hollywood with

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