Lady Gaga Hits Out At "Fat" Comments On Stage During 'Born This Way Ball' Tour – Video
2 October 2012, 10:58 | Updated: 2 October 2012, 12:08
The 'Bad Romance' star asks her fans to "cheers" for thirty more years of people attacking her for speaking her mind.
Lady Gaga was filmed during her recent 'Born This Way Ball' tour show in Zurich hitting out at comments over her recent weight gain.
The 'Marry The Night' singer also made reference to New York politician James Molinaro calling her a "s***" for smoking marijuana on-stage in Amsterdam last month.
Addressing the crowd as she played at her piano, which featured a mask of US President Barack Obama on the front, she declared she would continue to speak her mind for the next thirty years.
"They won’t kill me. They won't stop me from speaking my mind. I will make music for you for the next 30 years," she said, before singing lines from her song 'Hair'.
She then continued: "You know, so for like, let's cheers. Let's celebrate. To 30 more years of them calling me a s***. To 30 more years of them calling me a fat, attention-seeking whore.
"To 30 more years of people telling me to shut my mouth about equality and gay rights. May we say cheers and celebrate 30 more years of the conversation that we've started that we're never gonna finish."
Lady Gaga hits out at "fat" comments in over-sized dress below: (Picture: Goff)
The singer recently hit out at criticism over her image as she showed her support to the Body Revolution campaign and revealed she has suffered with weight issues from an early age.
Gaga also admitted her boyfriend Taylor Kinney prefers her "curvier" and has received messages of support from the world of music.
Watch Lady Gaga speaking to the audience in Zurich about her recent criticism below:
Jessie J most recently defended the star, saying she was "disgusted" at the articles she's read about the 'You & I' singer in recent weeks.
Lady Gaga will continue her 'Born This Way Ball' tour this evening (2nd October) in Milan and is currently working on her new studio album 'ARTPOP'.