Lady Gaga initially found a niche in gay clubs and she hasn’t forgotten about her earliest supporters from that community. Gaga has often spoken out about gay rights in interviews, and is now calling on her fans to join the National Equality March in Washington D.C. on October 10 and 11.”
"This march is a call to action for all people from all over the country to gather to march to be visible as one and to speak out and demand full equal rights for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gendered citizens in all 50 states,” she said. "If we see ourselves as free and equal people, then we need to act as free and equal people. Now is the time to act so get your ass to D.C. and lend your support. Lend your voice and demand to be heard. I hope to see you there."
On a different note, the desperate clamor for anything Gaga related has caused this clip to emerge (below), which shows her competing for a paltry $100 on an MTV show named Boiling Points. Gaga, then known by her birth name, Stefani Germanotta, has dark hair and sports a black dress as she tries to avoid losing her temper in a restaurant.