Lady Gaga has gone to some pretty great lengths to reinvent herself over the past couple years.
She put away the meat dresses and all the other ridiculous costumes, she's started acting and being more private.
Basically, she's not all that weird these days, and thank goodness for that.
But while the Lady Gaga of today doesn't much resemble the Lady Gaga of yesteryear, there's still one thing she's held onto, even after all this time.
She still hates the hell out of Madonna.
Their beautiful, legendary feud began in 2011 when Gaga released "Born This Way," a song that many, many people thought sounded a whole lot like Madonna's "Express Yourself."
Later that year, Madonna mentioned Gaga in an interview, and she obviously wasn't interested in taking the high road.
"As for Lady Gaga," she said, "I have no comment to make about her obsessions having to do with me because I don't know whether her behavior is rooted in something deep and meaningful, or superficial."
In 2013, things were still tense between the two divas -- Lady Gaga even said "I've basically been hoping that I would become so good that one day I would piss off Madonna!"
Dream big, we guess?
About the ongoing claims that she regularly rips Madonna off, she said "I truthfully believe that was nothing about those records sounding alike, and everything about this gay icon versus gay icon nonsense."
"I don't need to take anybody's torch ... I have no interest in anybody's torch."
But even now, Gaga still finds herself compared to Madonna, poor thing.
"Madonna and I are very different. Just saying. We're very different," she began.
If they're so very different, then why does this conversation keep happening? Just saying.
"I wouldn't make that comparison at all and I don't mean to disrespect Madonna, she's a nice lady, and she's had a fantastic huge career, biggest pop star of all time."
"But I play a lot of instruments. I write all my own music. I spend hours and hours a day in the studio. I'm a producer. I'm a writer. What I do is different."
Again, is it? Sure, Gaga's very talented, but if she puts all this work into her songs and they still come out sounding like Madonna tracks, then who's the real winner here?
"There is spontaneity to my work," she went on. "I allow myself to fail. I allow myself to break. I'm not afraid of my flaws."
She even added that she's "not just rehearsing over and over again to put on a show."
And if you thought that was an insult, then hold on to your butts.
"I just will not be compared to anyone anymore," she exploded. "I am who the f-ck I am and this is me. My life story is my life story, just like yours is."
"The thing is we all express things in different ways ... It's like finally I can bite back."
And bite back you did, girl.
We just hope, for Madonna's sake, you've had your shots.