Lady Gaga was both grateful to Glamour and critical of the magazine while being honored Monday night at its Women of the Year awards in New York.
Her complaint? That the photo of her on Glamour's December cover is simply "too beautiful."
In fact, the pop star, 27, said she shouldn't have been the cover in the first place.
"Who really belongs on the cover is not me. If I could forfeit my Glamour cover, I would give it to Malala," she said, referring to Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old Pakistani education activist who was shot by the Taliban last year – and who was also among Glamour's honorees Monday.
( + Malala used her voice, so I'm going to use mine...Collapse )