There's a vault with all her costumes, "Joanne" sealed the Super Bowl halftime gig and she has a skull tattoo.
After her triumphant return to Saturday Night Live over the weekend, Lady Gaga stopped by Howard Stern's SiriusXM show on Monday morning (Oct. 24) to perform a moving solo piano rendition of "Million Reasons" from her new album Joanne, talk about how she got the Super Bowl halftime gig, buying Frank Zappa's old house and the secret "vault" where she keeps her career memorabilia.
-- Her aunt Joanne, for whom the album was named, was like a "goddess" in Gaga's family. "We talked about her all the time," she said of her father's sister, whose framed photos were all around the Germanotta household when Gaga was a child. "For me she was like my guardian angel or spirit guide." Joanne died as a result of complications from the painful, incurable disease Lupus, and Gaga described how her aunt was sexually assaulted in her dorm room in college, which caused the disease to flare up, killing her a short time later.