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Lady Gaga's Health Woes

| by Oh The Scandal

Lady GaGa has reportedly fired her entire security staff and a wardrobe assistant after a nutty fan crashed her stage while on tour in Japan.

The wacky warbler went “potty,” according to Britain’s The Sun, when the fan managed to breach security and join her on stage. You can watch the video here:

“She went potty,” a snitch told British newspaper The Sun. “She couldn’t believe they could let these things happen so she fired them on the spot.

“She goes out of her way to make her shows perfect and expects the same from her people.”

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Meanwhile…

It transpires that Gaga’s also been tested for lupus, the genetic disease which killed her aunt.

In an interview with Britain’s The Times, she addresses some of the health issues she’s been having of late; admits to using ecstasy, avoids cocaine, has a cigarette every now and again, and hints she may have lupus.

Some excerpts from the interview below:

What’s with all the collapsing, babe?
“My schedule is such that I don’t get very much time to eat. But I certainly don’t have an eating problem. A little MDMA [Ecstasy] once in a while never killed anybody, but I really don’t do drugs. I don’t touch cocaine any more. I don’t smoke. Well, maybe a single cigarette – with whiskey – while I’m working, because it just frees my mind a little bit.”

How do you keep sane?
“Prescription medicine. I can’t control my thoughts at all. I’m tortured. But I like that. The thoughts are unstoppable – but so is the music. It comes to me constantly.”

Have you been tested for lupus?
“Yes.” Pause. “But I don’t want anyone to be worried… I have heart palpitations… but it’s OK. It’s just from fatigue and other things. I’m very connected to my aunt, Joanne, who died of lupus. It’s a very personal thing. I don’t want my fans to be worried about me.”

On the last time she needed medical help:
“The other day. In Tokyo. I was having trouble breathing. I had a little oxygen, then I went on stage. I was OK. But like I say, I don’t want anyone to worry.”

Read the full interview here.

That’s quite a catalogue of health woes, love. Might be an idea to take five, take the weight off your stillies, and enjoy the view for a change.