Lady Gaga’s Former School Shocked by VMA Performance
Nuns were displeased when shown a video of Lady Gaga’s performance of “Paparazzi” on Sunday. After watching Lady Gaga’s controversial performance of her song, “Paparazzi,” at the MTV VMAs last Sunday, nuns from the Catholic school in which the singer was raised are in shock by what she has become, sources report. Educated at one of the Sacred Heart schools in New York City, her former teachers were most definitely displeased when shown a video of last Sunday’s performance, featuring a pants-less Lady Gaga choreographed towards her own graphic death at the performance’s finale. Despite Lady Gaga’s current success in the pop music world, the nuns at her former school are far from pleased with their famous alumna. The pop star, predominantly known for her scanty and outrageous outfits and tell-all exploits, is not considered to be a revered alumna from the Sacred Heart School on East 91st Street. According to the New York Post, the school’s spokesperson could not be reached after news of the nuns’ reactions hit the press.