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I just watched this interview with Lady Gaga and I'm interested to hear you guys' thoughts. I've always heard that Lady Gaga is an ISFP and the "life is art all the time" seems to fit with that, but in other ways she seems so ethereal and out of contact with her body that I'm not so sure... then again it sounds like she had some trauma earlier in her life related to her physicality so I suppose it's hard to tell what effect that would have.
Also when she compares her experience of sex to the white shrouded things, I guess that is similar to something I might do - like I often have to explain my experiences or emotions by reference to an image to get it across properly.

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BBC - Culture - Lady Gaga: ?Life is art all the time?
 

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I personally think she might have borderline personality disorder. Her interview along Tony Bennett with Jimmy Fallon was really uncomfortable and she's been acting strangely since mid- Born This way era. You normally don't see Fi users wallowing on their pain on interviews but on their music. Gaga doesn't have many songs about that but she's constantly reminding people of her suffering.. Not a normal I-FP thing to do. About that interview, seems staged? I don't know what else to say about her other than I wish her love and happiness.
 

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She is full of bullshit...

She seems crazy tbh. What illness did she have anyway?
 

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Whatever you might Think of Her Shes an ISFP thats a Fact .
shes not that talented Musically though , thats what I personally think of her .
Wearing a piece of meat to prove you are artistic is a bit over the top in a negative way For me .
you are just distracting MUSIC which is what she should be focusing on .
 
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I think that's the problem with her. At the beginning her music was very enjoyable and at the same time you could see she was striving to set the bar high for pop nowadays (which, let's be honest, she did). But as she got more fame her music became background filler for the antics she became obsessed of. I don't think anyone has ever thought of her lyrics as deep or intellectual (let's be honest here as well: her songs could be sung by anyone and that's what pop music is about anyway), but at least at the beginning she didn't brag about recording the album of the decade or how "x" artist copies her style while she takes in from others artists as well, because I think there's no difference from "stealing" than "paying hommage". You're still taking something other made and the most important thing is that it is okay to do that, because inspiration works that way. There is no original artist in the most abstract sense..

And maybe that's why her last album didn't do as well as her previous album, because people got tired of what had become more of the same for her. Her fans also have the blame, always thinking they know better when it comes to her career. But it means Gaga doesn't follow her heart as well, and that is following your own instincts instead of those of people behind computer screens or your label.
 

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I was thinking the same thing. Even if you did type the Lady Gaga persona it would probably differ from her actual personality type. My vote is XNFP though.
That's why I diagnosed her with borderline personality disorder traits (Marilyn Monroe, Princess Diana, etc), because she is difficult to type. And the most impressive thing is that there is a high rate of people with this that are ISFP.
 
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