Lady Gaga Looks Breathtaking On The Cover of ELLE Magazine November 2018 Issue!
Lady Gaga is on the cover of the new ELLE magazine “Women in Hollywood” issue. The “Shallow” singer looks absolutely stunning and a little bit angelic in all of the photographs Ruth Hogben and Andrea Gelardin took of her.
Complete gallery below:
I think my favorite photo is the cover photo too. No doubt why it was chosen as the cover. Gaga’s gaze transmits so much tranquility and peace and I love it.
And here are some highlights from Lady Gaga’s new ELLE interview:
On her Ally character from “A Star Is Born”:
“The character of Ally is informed by my life experience,” Lady Gaga says. “But I also wanted to make sure that she was not me. It was a cadence of both.”
On watching the movie for the first time:
“When I watched the film for the first time,” Gaga says, “I said, Oh my gosh, I thought she was really sad at the end of the movie, but I didn’t realize how sad she really was at the beginning. She’s really kind of a depressed girl. She works as a catering girl. She has her friend Ramon, who is very important to her. She takes care of her dad at home and takes care of all the drivers who come and have breakfast in the morning. But she’s truly given up on herself as a musician."
On meeting Bradley Cooper for the first time:
“Before I knew it, I was making him pasta, feeding him, and we were talking and laughing. Then he wanted to hear us sing together, and asked if I would sing a song called ‘Midnight Special’ with him. I printed out the sheet music, and I brought it out to the piano, and I was so nervous. And so I’m sight-reading the music at the piano, and we start to sing, and I hear Bradley’s voice, and I just stopped playing, and I said, ‘Oh my gosh, Bradley, you can sing.’ It’s incredible,” she says.
On learning new acting techniques from Bradley:
“I will never forget the first scene we did together in this Mexican restaurant. Bradley got some tacos and brought them to the table. Then he said something to me, but it wasn’t what was in the script, and I didn’t know what to do, so I just said my line. Then he said something else, and I didn’t know what to do because I thought I was just supposed to be saying what was on the page. So I just said another line—the next line. Seeing that I wasn’t going off-script, he said, ‘Are you okay?,’ and I just started to cry.” Through this, she learned to focus more on the story than the lines. So when it came to the concert scenes, where their experience was reversed, she tried the same technique. “When we sang ‘Shallow’ together at the concert, after he runs over and starts to pull me on the stage, I didn’t think, ‘I haven’t made it yet as a singer.’ All I had to do was go, ‘I haven’t made it yet as an actress.’”
Read the full cover story here.
UPDATE: There is an alternative cover and I think this is my favorite shot now!