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Lady Gaga is known for her cool, cold, and bold exterior; but inside there may be more turmoil than the average fan thinks. Following what was called a meltdown at Madison Square Garden (or as I affectionately call it, Duh MSG), Gaga initially brushed it off on the Ellen show, saying,
"That was a huge benchmark moment in my life. I'm 25 years old. I was asked to play Madison Square Garden. Sold out five nights and quite frankly it's very overwhelming... "Well, in that moment I was very excited and nervous. Do I feel like a loser sometimes? Yes, of course I do. We all feel like losers sometimes."

I know how she feels. I once performed at a 4th of July celebration in Los Gatos, California and was very overwhelmed. I didn’t cry, but I was close. But I digress, what really makes this an interesting story (and a little fishy, if you ask me) is the following quote from the Poker Face singer, “I gotta (sic) pick myself up and I have to tell myself that I'm a superstar every morning so that I can get through this day and be for my fans what they need for me to be."

I'm new to covering celebrities, but blaming your actions on your fans seems like grade-a denial. Now, what makes this fishy? This was all captured and filmed for the Gaga documentary, Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden. You can make your own assumptions.