Lady Gaga is looking ahead to become a role model in future and hopes to user her “voice in the world” to trigger positive change.
She is well known for supporting several causes apart from an American superstar with her catchy songs and unique outfits. She feels to be henceforth working for the LGBTQ community.
Talking to the BBC the singer said people may not consider her as role model, but talk about her performance, and only performance.
Lady Gaga added in her young age she didn’t properly understand the amount of people who would listen to her, but now as she is older and aware of her voice, she is seeking to become a role model as she can be through her music and performance.
The latest album of the American singer Joanne boasts singles Perfect Illusion and Million Reasons that talks mostly on the idea of friendships and family.
Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, believes the singles would remind people to care for their loved ones and heal wounds of intergenerational tragedy.
Talking about the new US President-elect Donald Trump she urged people to remain united while the transition period takes place from President Barack Obama.
She added, “We need to stay in a kind place and we need to bond during this time, and be as harmonious as possible, and intelligent in the way we approach this.”
She gave her interview to BBC at Westfield shopping centre in Shepherd’s Bush, London.
Gaga also played new tracks to a small group of fans and said she love London and UK.