Lady Gaga had some critical things to say about her new Glamour cover at the magazine's annual Women of the Year Awards in New York City on Monday night. After saying she believed fellow honoree Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani teen who was shot by the Taliban last year, was more deserving of the cover, the "Applause" singer let loose.
"Malala used her voice, so I'm going to use mine," she began. "The picture, which I'm very grateful for and very happy to be on this cover, I felt it was too beautiful. I felt my skin looked too perfect, and my hair looked too soft. This is not usually how I dress or how I carry myself."