She always speaks highly of her “Little Monsters,” and on Wednesday (September 18) Lady Gaga took to Twitter to explain her hit song “Applause” and what it means to be a celebrity.
The eccentric songstress began her series of tweets by explaining why her first single from the upcoming album Artpop is so important to her, “”Applause” is a very meaningful song to me, because it addresses what many think of “celebrities” today, that we do it” for the attention.”
She continued in a second tweet, “But some of us are “artists” in this group called “celebrity,” & what we create doesn”t live on unless there”s an audience to remember it.”
Gaga also described the motivation behind her attention getting persona saying, “So I may need your attention at first, so I can sing you my song. But it”s the “Applause” after that let me know if I”ve entertained you.”
“Entertainment makes people happy, I live for the “Applause,” to know I”ve spread that. I live to hear you cheer, to just be a part of that,” she said. “I believe in show business. The “Applause” is what breeds that thing that I love. When I know I”ve made you happy. When I know it was good.”