Lady Gaga talks lupus, gets reamed by Jerry Seinfeld
When she's not being an underwear model at baseball games, complimented by Daniel Radcliffe or getting called out by Jerry Seinfeld, Lady Gaga is busy dealing with her lupus diagnosis. Hey, we have to write about her; we can't afford a photo of the 17 stitches Katy Perry had to get after a show in Canada.
"It's more making sure that I reduce stress in my life to make sure I don't develop (the disease)," she said in that new Rolling Stone article. "I make much more of an effort now to minimize the drama or the stress. ... I take care of myself. I drink and still live my life, but I could never let my fans down. That would kill me to have to face that extra obstacle every day to get onstage. It's completely terrifying, so I'm just really focused on mind, body and soul."
Better to focus on that and not Seinfeld calling her a jerk on a radio call-in show.
"This woman's a jerk! I hate her. I can't believe they put her in my box, which I paid for," Jerry said on WFAN in New York about Gaga's visit to Citi Field, home to his beloved New York Mets. "You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we're living in now? It's pathetic!"