The Biggest Celebrity Bombshells from Perez Hilton’s Memoir – E! Online

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The Biggest Celebrity Bombshells from Perez Hilton's Memoir - E! Online

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After welcoming a then-unknown Lady Gaga to carry out at a celebration he was hosting in Las Vegas in 2008, the 2 ended up being really close. “We would spend hours talking on the phone almost every day. She asked me what I thought about various ideas; I told her, and I gave her ideas in return. The whole thing was intoxicating and exciting. She valued my opinions and talked to me like I was part of the team, like a close friend,” he composes, including that he began calling her “wifey.” As they grew more detailed, he started utilizing his blog site to attack viewed competitors of hers, pursuing Christina Aguilera especially hard, even after she’d carried out at his birthday celebration. “Looking back now, it’s one of the things I’m most ashamed of, and I can also see that Gaga was using me as a tool—not only against Christina but against her other rivals, too,” Perez composes. “She never explicitly asked me to write nasty things about people, but by moaning to me she made me feel like I, her best friend, should do something about it.”

By 2011, she’d end up being an authentic super star, launching her album Born This Way. He flew to Australia to interview her on video camera for one in a series of specials he was producing. He composes, “We were still best friends—in my eyes, at least—so unlike everyone else who wanted to interview her, I didn’t have to send my questions to her publicist to scrutinize and approve in advance. Gaga and I assumed, like the good friends we were, that neither of us wanted to hurt the other.” Drinking and being in bed while they recorded the interview, Perez remembers Gaga getting a “slightly absent look in her eye” as she had a hard time to keep concentrate on him. I didn’t understand any much better, so I didn’t stop the interview, and continued to ask the concerns I had prepared on the aircraft,” he continues. The first was about the controversy surrounding her song “Judas,” which he hoped she’d be able to dismiss as a non-event. “Gaga plainly didn’t share that view,” Perez writes, “since her eyes turned dark and she snapped at me, ‘What are you doing? Are you attempting to make me look bad?'”

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