Lady Gaga has just revealed her October cover of Vogue. The pop icon and A Star Is Born actress wears a little black dress and a bare makeup look in the Inez and Vinoodh photo. It's a stripped down look, contrasting the costumes and theatrics she's known for, but fully befitting a star like herself.
In the interview, Gaga discusses moving from New York to Malibu, the decade since "Just Dance" was released, and all things A Star Is Born. From the moment she met Bradley Cooper to the legacy of Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand, she has us on the edge of our seats for the highly-anticipated contemporary update.
“It’s so humbling,” she says. “Judy Garland is by far my favorite actress of all time. I used to watch her in A Star Is Born, and it’s devastating. She’s so real, so right there. Her eyes would get glassy, and you could just see the passion and the emotion and hear the grit in her voice.” Streisand came to the set one day. “It was a magical moment. She really made me feel like she passed the torch.” When I mention Streisand’s voice, she says, “The singing is beyond, but what is even more beyond is how involved she was in everything she did. She was a part of creating that film. That made me feel good, too, that we approached making this film the right way.”
Read the full interview at Vogue.