Lady Gaga says wearing flesh-coloured spikes on her forehead and huge platform shoes is ''just another day at the office.''
Lady GaGa says wearing flesh-coloured spikes on her forehead is "just another day at the office."
The 'Born This Way' singer says her glamorous look is her normal state and she would dress in one of her outrageous outfits no matter what she had planned that day.
Speaking to US TV host Gayle King - while wearing spikes on her face and shoulders, huge platform shoes and a leather dress - she said: "I live a glamorous, stylish life. It's nothing to do with money or anything. It's just the way I choose to live.
"I just woke up in my New York apartment and just wanted to be myself today, so I wore my vintage mute glare catsuit and these are my favourite shoes right now.
"They're creepers and they're made into platforms. I'm very excited about that. It's just another day at the office."
She also tried to convince Gayle the spikes in her face were natural, adding: "They've been there this whole time but I waited until I'd put 'Born This Way' out for you to see them."
Gaga, 24, also said claimed she does not take herself too seriously, and doesn't worry about criticism.
She added: "I always like to say people take me too seriously and not seriously enough at the same time. I think there's an incredible amount of scrutiny on young women and I think there's a tremendous amount of analysis that goes into everything, but I just don't care what people think of me to be perfectly blunt."