Lady Gaga appeared on ABC's The View this morning to discuss marriage equality and other hot topics, and the current cover of The Advocate made a cameo appearance.
View cohost Elisabeth Hasselbeck brought up New York's decision to allow same-sex marriage, and while Gaga voiced her excitement at once again hearing the news, the performer's recent self-portrait on the cover of The Advocate appeared on screen behind her. Gaga then recounted how she first heard the news (via Twitter) and told a story about the thrill experienced by two of her lesbian friends.
Gaga also took the opportunity to comment on Tim Gunn's controversial criticism of Hilary Clinton's wardrobe, saying, "He's being a bully. I think Hillary Clinton has more important things to worry about than her hemline. I certainly don't. I certainly only care about my hemline."
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Watch the clip of Gaga speaking about marriage equality below and see her perform her latest single "You and I" on the following page.