Sometimes when we see a celebrity out and about with their significant other, we'll wonder what that relationship is like behind close doors, and it's certainly like that with Lady Gaga and her boyfriend of three years Taylor Kinney, who plays on the NBC drama Chicago Fire.
Because just one look at the couple and you'll wonder how Kinney is able to put up with Gaga's eccentric nature.
Plus, the pop singer is pretty in-your-face and doesn't bite her tongue much, which could be a lot to handle in any relationship, but Gaga says she's the exact opposite at home. In fact, she totally submits to Kinney and lets him call the shots, she says.
"He's totally in charge," said Gaga in an interview with Sirius XM.
And the reason the singer gives up control is because she has to make tough decisions all the time, she says, so when she's home it's the last thing she wants to do.
Also, Gaga believes that telling a man what to do is the best way to chase him out of the door, which a lot of guys would probably agree with.
"I'm in charge all day long," she said. "The last thing I want to do is tell him what to do....It's not good for relationships to tell men what to do, female listeners who are out there."
The 27 year old has been talking a lot about submission in recent days, due to the release of the new video for her song G.U.Y., which stands for "Girl Under You."
Gaga says the term "Girl Under You" represents a feeling of empowerment for women and they should feel that empowerment whether they're calling most of the shots or whether they're letting their partner do so, because according to the singer, there's nothing wrong with letting go in a relationship, and if you do, it doesn't mean that your weak or old fashion.
"In the second scene [of the video] it's the girl under you in a more kind of sexual and submissive way," explained Gaga.
"And then at the end of the video, it's really about the ultimate power that women can feel in being on the bottom.....Sometimes it's nice to not have to be in charge all the time. It's okay to let other people take charge, as long as you're smart and cunning and have your wits about you."
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