Lady Gaga Pushes For Gay Marriage Laws In US: "I'll Chain Myself To The White House"
13 October 2012, 10:01
The 'Born This Way' star has also urged fans to get informed about the US presidential election in November.
Lady Gaga has revealed some of her political opinions ahead of the US presidential election next month, and joked that she plans to chain herself to the White House in an effort to help legalise gay marriage.
The 'Marry The Night' star has been an avid supporter of gay rights around the world ever since her rise to fame, and spoke out about the issue on Twitter yesterday (12th October) while urging her fans to get informed about this year's election.
"@ladygaga What do you plan to do next when it comes to helping legalize gay marriage?" Twitter user @iMonsterHooker asked, during a question and answer session with the singer, to which Gaga replied: "@iMonsterHooker chain myself to white house singing bad romance on repeat."
The 'You And I' star also revealed she is "pro-choice" when it comes to her view on abortion, and admitted she doesn't think the government should decide on that particular issue.
In addition to revealing some of her own opinions on controversial subjects, Gaga also told her followers to be "empowered" and "educate one another" about the impending country-wide election.
"Use my timeline. Be youth empowered, know its ok to have different views but educate one another," Gaga tweeted. "Fight for your freedom by communicating.
"This is the time we should all be using to debate each other + inform ourselves no matter what our differences this is an important election."
Check out a picture of Lady Gaga returning to the UK for her fragrance launch at Harrods store below:
Gaga has been taking a break from her current world tour over the past week, and was in New York to help boyfriend Taylor Kinney celebrate the premiere of his new show Chicago Fire on Wednesday evening (10th October).
Lady Gaga is currently working on her new album 'ARTPOP', and teased fans by suggesting she has "album and album" of new music recorded for future releases.