Lady Gaga Wants to Duet With Stevie Wonder & More Revelations From Vogue's '73 Questions'
Lady Gaga is the most recent celebrity to play Vogue's round of 73 Questions. After gracing the cover of the magazine's October issue, the A Star Is Born actress was joined by Vogue in her beautiful Los Angeles home on the eve of her film debut and opened up to the publication about her thoughts on the film, as well as her inspirations, fondest memories and fashion preferences.
When asked what her co-star Bradley Cooper is like in person, Gaga responded that Cooper "is an incredible actor, incredible director and absolutely incredible friend all the way around. I'm so excited for people to see his talent." From A Star Is Born, Gaga said she wants her fans "to take away the beautiful love story, the undertones of family dynamic with alcoholism and codependency," adding that the movie is a very strong expression of what it means to become a star.
In relation to her music, the singer confessed that she would love to do more duets with Tony Bennett and Elton John and would love to work with Stevie Wonder in the future. She stated that her karaoke pick would be Andrea Bocelli and Celine Dion's "The Prayer" and that she eventually hopes to record a cover of "What a Difference a Day Makes" by Dinah Washington.
Gaga also revealed that despite an expansive career, she has more hopes for her future. "There is so much I would still like to do," she said. "I just want to keep on dreaming."
Watch Lady Gaga answer 73 Questions with Vogue in full below.