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Lady Gaga is sporting a machine gun bra and shows off her backside in a skimpy black thong on the July cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The iconic singer also sat for a tell-all interview, during which she provided some interesting insight into her on-stage performances, which she said she has modeled after Michael Jackson.

She vividly remembers when Jackson got burned while filming a Pepsi commercial in 1984. She said, “Michael got burned, and he lifted that glittered glove so damn high so his fans could see him, because he was in the art of show business. That’s what we do. I don’t even drink water onstage in front of anybody, because I want them to focus on the fantasy of the music.”

Also revealed by the songstress: “When I get up in the morning, I feel like any other insecure 24-year-old girl. Then I say, ‘B*tch, you’re Lady Gaga. You get up and walk the walk today.'”

The magazine issued hits newsstands on June 23. Check out the rest of the interview here. The issue also drops a bombshell on President Obama when General Stanley McChrystal did an explosive interview entitled ‘The Runaway General’. He has apologized and has been summoned to the White House from Afghanistan to discuss the serious breach with his furious boss.

Lady G made some waves last Friday night while attending a MLB game in New York. She was dressed in skimpy lingerie and an open front Yankees jersey, having liberally imbibed more than her fair share of Jameson Irish whiskey. She ended up in the team clubhouse after the game and her behind-the-scenes antics got her banned by team owner Hal Steinbrenner.

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