Lady Gaga On World Pride 2019: It's Important To Ask New People For Their Pronouns

Priyansh Ha |Jun 28, 2019

When it comes to World Pride, which is about to be celebrated around the world this week, Lady Gaga wants it to exist all year round, but a global week is also fantastic.

Recently, the American singer Lady Gaga has taken the stage of NYC Apollo Theatre by storm with an intimate, invite-only show for SiriusXM subscribers and Pandora listeners. During the show, the Mother Monster talked about a lot of things including her life lessons and recalled her earlier years.

When it comes to the World Pride, which is about to be celebrated in the city this week, she wished that it would exist all year round.

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Asking For New People's Pronouns Is To Show Respect For Them

Lady Gaga also revealed that she found it important to ask people about their pronoun as it shows respect to them. According to the singer, as she has been growing and changing in different ways, dealing with different hardships, being misunderstood for different reasons, she learned that sometimes it was easy for us to give up but only one good reason can make us stick around.

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In addition to that, Lady Gaga brought the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots up, emphasized on its importance and gave all credit to Miss Marsha P. Johnson who was supposed to throw the first brick at the uprising. 

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A Star-Studded Crowd

The show which was held for a special and lucky set of fans was to celebrate the merger of Pandora and SiriusXM. It was also the first time the acclaimed pop star made her performance at the renowned Harlem venue. However, Lady Gaga wasn’t the one who took all the spotlight as the crowd was also fully packed with her celeb friends including  Neil Patrick Harris, Camila Mendes, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Adam Lambert. 

Don’t be upset if you were unable to join the show. It will be available on SiriusXM and Pandora this weekend.


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