Lady Gaga reaches out to one direction after they got booed off of the 2013 vma stage after winning the moon man for best song of the summer.
You'll more than likely be the first one to tell me that I have an obsession with Lady Gaga and I'll tell you you're right, sort of. I love her music, of course, but what draws me to like Lady Gaga so much is who she is as a real person. A lot of people don't see her as a normal human being with feelings, they see her as a pop star who has millions of dollars and wears crazy outfits and "tries too hard" to stand out. That, my friends, is where you are wrong.
I could go off writing you a novel about why people can't stand people who stand out and do crazy things, so I'll keep this short. In Gaga's defense, she is just being who she is. People don't like it because she's standing out and is letting the world see that you don't have to be a sheep in this society. It's okay to be who you are. It's okay not to look gorgeous all the time and it's okay to be a little crazy and have fun. I found myself thinking about this. What gets people so damn upset is that when people see someone, like Gaga, who stands out they immediately go into this state where they have harsh feelings towards that person only because deep down inside it's the fear of becoming irrelevant that has them making themselves out to be hateful people.
I will be the first one to tell you that I'm not the biggest fan of One Direction, I don't hate them like most people automatically do for some reason, I just am not into their style of music. That being said, I don't care how much I dislike an artist, it's never okay to boo them off the stage. They work damn hard to get to where they are, they are real people just like you and I. When you pick apart those people and create this hate, it's one of the most awful things you could do. If you got awarded something so amazing for something you are so passionate about, would you want others to pronounce in front of a crowd how much they dislike that you were awarded that, telling you that you don't deserve such an achievement? Nobody wants that.
What Lady Gaga did is one of the most amazing things I've seen her do. She dropped everything, like enjoying her seat at the VMA's, to get up and be that person to say something and to try and ease the sting from One Direction. It takes a lot to do that. You can just feel her passion when you hear her talking to the boys from the UK. I think there should be more people like that in the world. As much hate Gaga gets, she's a pretty strong person. She stands for a lot more than the clothes she wears and the money in her bank. I wish people would start opening their eyes instead of judging others so quickly.
;don't judge someone just because they sin differently than you.