Monday, November 29, 2010

Lady Gaga, Anderson Cooper shared whiskey drinks during an interview.

Anderson Cooper said of his interview with provocative pop star Lady Gaga: 'She's obviously a fascinating person.'
Anderson Cooper said of his interview with provocative pop star Lady Gaga: 'She's obviously a fascinating person.'

Anderson Cooper and Lady Gaga don't seem to have much in common, but CNN's silver fox reveals he and the outrageous pop star recently got up close and personal, and all it took was a little Irish whiskey.
Cooper, who interviewed the singer for an upcoming segment for "60 Minutes," says Gaga got him so liquored up on one of their meetings that he actually struggled to do his job.
"I was really interested to meet Lady Gaga. She's obviously a fascinating person," he told The Insider. "We actually ended up [one] day in a pub in London drinking Jameson, which I don't really drink. So, she got me to drink like two of them, and by the end I was ready to have the interview be over because I really sort of couldn't ask any more questions."
Cooper says he found the experience "really interesting."
"To be able to spend a couple of weekends with her in various places over the course of several months, it's really cool," he said. "I'm learning stuff about her I never saw before."
The CNN anchor also dished on his obsession with Bravo's "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" – more specifically, his fascination with their plastic surgery.
"They have all had such facial work, and I find it weird," he told The Insider. "There's no motion in the face. Occasionally when they're really annoyed a weird wrinkle will appear here [points to his forehead] or like behind the ear...because they've had so much filler and Botox that nothing else will move. But all of a sudden you'll get a weird behind-the-ear-wrinkle and that's how you know, oh my God, Camille Grammer's really mad because there's a wrinkle behind her ear. I find it fascinating."
Cooper stayed diplomatic on the topic of another famous female, Sarah Palin, calling her simply "fascinating" and acknowledging her "major impact" on the Republican Party.
His interview with Lady Gaga is slated to air February 13th, 2011, the night of the Grammy Awards.

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