Lady Gaga Interviewed by Anderson Cooper on Stanton [Update]

Posted on: January 19th, 2011 at 2:07 pm by

That’s right.  EV Grieve is reporting that Anderson Cooper just interviewed Lady Gaga outside her onetime digs at 176 Stanton Street. It caused a bit of a commotion involving the 5-0.

[Photo Credit: EV Grieve]

Read the report below:

Lady Gaga is showing Anderson her old stomping grounds at 176 Stanton… it appears that they enter the building for a tour… afterwards, the pair walk toward Clinton Street, where a police car pulls up. Lady Gaga says hello, etc. They move on. Then! The police car pulls in front of 176 Stanton, where someone who could be the super emerges and starts screaming and gesturing. Basically, he’s pe-od that Lady Gaga got into the building… Minutes later, the super is still screaming.

UPDATE: @gp570 sent us this picture with the following caption – “I passed them on Stanton and Suffolk.  Apparently the slight temp rise today means no pants.”  Drop us a line if you have additional pics!

What’s the next stop?  Making amends with Parkside Lounge regarding the jukebox?

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