Lady Gaga's Show Rider Revealed, Includes Lavender Towels, White Leather Couches and Mannequin With "Puffy Pink Pubic Hair"
What Mother Monster wants, Mother Monster gets. Though Lady Gaga, who is currently in the middle of an ugly legal battle against former personal assistant Jennifer O'Neill, can be quite specific about O'Neill's shortcomings, she is not outrageously demanding about the things she wants in her dressing room, a recently released tour rider reveals.
In the documents, originally obtained by Celebuzz, Gaga's list of requests range from the mundane -- "two large fluffy lavender towels" -- to the pickier -- "fresh yellow, lavender or white roses."
The most standout item on the list, however, is a "mannequin with puffy pink pubic hair." No large refrigerators for meat dresses were listed.
According to the list, the 26-year-old singer (real name Stefani Germanotta) particularly liked the ambiance that "was created in Chicago for Oprah filming," which consisted of a "glam rock" vibe with "silver satins draped over walls, old rock posters from her favorite artists (Bowie, Queen, Elton, Billy Joel and Billie Holiday) and her favorite fan art."
Gaga made headlines earlier this month when she boldly slammed O'Neill for being a "witch" and a "disgusting human being." O'Neill filed papers against her former boss in 2011, alleging that Gaga owed her $393,000, plus damages, for 7,168 hours of unpaid overtime.
"[She] knew exactly what she was getting into," Gaga retorted under oath.
"She's just -- she thinks she's just like the queen of the universe. And, you know what, she didn't want to be a slave to one, because in my work and what I do, I'm the queen of the universe every day."
In one particularly descriptive part of her testimony, Gaga called O'Neill a "f--king hood rat who is suing me for money that she didn't earn."
"I'm going to give all the money that she wants to my employees that work hard for me now that deserve it," she continued. "I'm not going to give it to her so she can go to Intermix and buy herself a new tube top."