Lady Gaga Reveals Secret To Keep Boyfriend Happy - A Threesome [VIDEO]

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By nidhi tewari | November 14, 2013 2:50 PM EST

Lady Gaga is only "lady" by name. Else there is not even one single thing she says or does is lady like. The "Applause" singer, who loves to shock everyone by her bizarre dresses and openness to nudity, has revealed sensational news about her love life.

Though the pop star says she is currently in a "monogamous" relationship, she has expressed her desire for a three-some (getting another lady in bed!) to please boyfriend Taylor Kinney.

The singer revealed her innermost thoughts during a tell-all interview with Howard Stern on his SirisXM radio show. "That sounds like fun!" Gaga said with a laugh to the thought of bringing another person in bedroom with them.

"To be fair, he has stuck it out with me for a very long time, through drug habits and all those sorts of things. So he's a really lovely, amazing person," she added.

Gaga, who has been secretive about her private life in earlier interviews, has however revealed that she is happy with the kind of love life she is having is open to any new experiment.

"I'm not the type of person that's having sex all the time with lots of random people. I don't do that. I'm in a monogamous relationship, we're having a good time, we've been together awhile... If it were to come up, it comes up," the "Born This Way" singer elaborated.

However when Stern kept prodding Gaga if the couple had already experimented with a threesome, the "lady" in Gaga came out for a brief second and she gave a diplomatic reply, where she neither denied nor accepted.

"You know what? I've spoken a lot about my Taylor and I don't want to kiss and tell too much... I'm a little bit more of a lady than that," the "Poker Face" singer said.

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