Lady Gaga builds nursery for godson and angers animal rights organisation
Lady Gaga is reportedly getting a new wing built in her house on the Greek island of Crete for her godson Zachary, son of Sir Elton John and David Furnish.
The showbiz couple chose her along with Vanity Fair Editor Ingrid Sischy, and Sichy’s partner Sandy Brant as their son’s godmothers.
According to the Sun newspaper, Gaga plans to give Zachary his own nursery, a huge bedroom, playroom and bathroom – all of which will overlook the Cretan sea.
Furnish said that Gaga was: “all about inclusiveness and tolerance. She believes you can be whoever you want to be, [and that] we don’t have to live in a world of conformity and can all benefit from individuality.”
Gaga, who begins the European leg of her Born This Way Ball world tour in Sofia, Bulgaria, tonight was spotted yesterday in a full-length real fur coat, despite telling Ellen Degeneres live on the latter’s show that: “I hate fur, and I don’t wear fur.”
Dan Mathews, senior vice president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, wrote to Gaga and said: “What happened? Are your stylists telling you that it’s fake, or are you a turncoat?”