Google Talks has uploaded yesterday's interview with Lady Gaga, in which they discuss her career and showcase the presence of her music and shoulder pads in our world. Though the video begins with a somewhat cheesy internet montage pulsating to "Just Dance", it quickly becomes admittedly impressive as it reviews the alarming impact of Lady Gaga's fame. We are taken through the ever-rising number of hits her music videos have received, shown photos of her endless array of bizarre outfits, and presented combined YouTube clips of her song covers, including the video of Greyson Chance singing "Paparazzi", which single handedly shot the then twelve-year-old boy to fame. Greyson Chance, who has a surprising amount of talent for his modest demeanor and young age, now is an artist in his own right all thanks to his cover of her song. This is the perfect example to remind us just how much of an effect the girl once known as Stefani Germanotta has made, and is further dissected in this Google Talks interview with the Lady herself.
Following the montage, Gaga joins the host on stage and we are reminded of the confusing realization that there is a sense of humor and an ability to speak like a regular person inside the egg and underneath those sunglasses. The interview goes on for about an hour, and is a rather interesting look at the now legendary journey of Gaga. Although, admittedly, it was a little difficult to concentrate with the distraction of those death shoes that are tall enough to invoke my fear of heights if I were to put them on. But thus is the legend of Gaga; her voice is as talented as her clothes are unnecessarily hazardous.
Watch Lady Gaga's interview with Google Talks below: