You know that mantra “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all?”
Well, that was Lady GaGa‘s approach in what must’ve been her most awkward interview ever! At first, everything was going totally fine while the songstress was chatting with with Charlie Stayt on BBC Breakfast.
When Charlie mentioned the Apprentice alum, the 30-year-old’s happy demeanor quickly vanished, and she coldly responded:
“I have nothing to say of him.”
And that’s fair, except the UK journalist pushed the issued even further, pressing:
“He claims he represents people who have been unrepresented, who haven’t had a voice.”
The blonde tip-toed around the question, dodging any mention of the controversial candidate by name, saying:
“I think what is most important is for us to try to decipher now what is real and what is not. And what is honest and what is dishonest and be accepting of those things and not operating from fear.”
But the most cringeworthy part came after Mr. Stayt asked this:
“I’m intrigued you literally won’t say anything about him, you have endorsed Hillary Clinton – what is it you think she’s going to do for the USA that he will not?”
GaGa didn’t say a THING for at least ten seconds! We’re talking straight-up silent! After what felt like an eternity, the singer finally said:
“I think she will do a good job. Some people want to win races. Other people want to be president of the United States and change people’s lives. It’s about the intention.”
You can watch Lady GaGa’s full interview (above), but the awkward part doesn’t start until 5:00!