Lady Gaga ADMITS She Once Owned a Fake Gucci Bag (Exclusive)

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Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “Lady Gaga ADMITS She Once Owned a Fake Gucci Bag (Exclusive)” – below is their description.

Lady Gaga chats with ET’s Lauren Zima at the premiere of ‘House of Gucci.’ While discussing a scene in the film involving counterfeit designer bags, the superstar reveals she once had a fake Gucci purse! Gaga asks, rhetorically, ‘Who didn’t? We all did!’ Then, she gushes over co-star Al Pacino, calling him a ‘legend’ who ‘changed the landscape of acting.’ Following Britney Spears’ release from her conservatorship last week, Gaga wishes her fellow pop star ‘all the best,’ adding that she’s happy that ‘[Britney] gets to have the future that she wants now.’ ‘House of Gucci’ is in theaters on Nov. 24.

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Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, known professionally as Lady Gaga, is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She is known for reinventing herself throughout her career and for her versatility in numerous areas of the entertainment industry.

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