Thursday, March 24, 2011

Google Goes Gaga - Google Exclusive Interview for Lady Gaga Video Watch and Download

Lady GagaYesterday, 'Born This Way' singer Lady Gaga was at Google's Headquarter in Mountain View, California to have a personal interview with the search giant Google. VP of Google's consumer products Marissa Mayer conducted the interview, in which Gaga talked about her live, her upcoming album 'Born This Way', her opinion of the latest YouTube viral video Friday and Rebecca Black, and answered the questions from her fans. BTW, Gaga was in the Bay Area for her show at Oracle Arena in Oakland.

Video of the hourlong interview has been posted to YouTube in the Google Talks channel. The video has drawn half a million views during the past two days. For a clear view of the interview, you could download Google Goes Gaga video from YouTube with this free YouTube video downloader.

The video begins with an intro with Gaga's songs as backgroud music. Using Google Insights, the intro shows how popular Lady Gaga is on the Internet: 'Lady Gaga' is one of the most searched queries in the world, she has been one of the fastest-rising searches in 2009 and 2010 on Google, and Gaga's video "Bad Romance" alone has had 360 million views on YouTube.

Then Gaga walked into the stage with her super high-heeled boots and sat down with Marissa Mayer, and the interview began. In the interview, mother monsters has answered questions that had been gathered from her little monsters over three days via YouTube. She also talked about how she writes her songs, what she likes and dislikes, her faith, her tattoos, her history and so on. She also talked about the 'Friday' girl Rebecca Black.

Some Gaga revelations from the interview:

She loves yoga very much
She likes the YouTube viral video 'David After the Dentist'
Gaga knows Rebecca Black but doesn't know the song 'Friday'
All of Lady Gaga's tattoos are on the left side of her body
Her entourage taunts her with food; her security peeps kind of hate her
Kids that used to bully her in school contact her for concert tickets now
Gaga does the same vocal exercises she's been doing since age 11
Lady Gaga would like to take her fans "away from the computer."
Despite writing the song "Paparazzi," she doesn't hate them

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