NME.COM

Lady Gaga dresses as a man for her new single 'You And I'

Pictures of Gaga as Jo Calderone have emerged

Lady Gaga has dressed up as a man for the promo shots for her forthcoming single, 'You And I'.

The singer’s male alter-ego is apparently called Jo Calderone, and sees Gaga rocking a quiff, stubble and sideburns. Jo Calderone first saw the light of day last year, in a shoot by fashion photographer Nick Knight in the September 2010 issue of Vogue Hommes Japan.

Lady Gaga was recently accused of ripping off singer-songwriter Rebecca Francescatti's track 'Juda' for her recent hit 'Judas'. According to TMZ.com, Francescatti filed a lawsuit against Gaga in a federal court to receive financial "recognition" for her apparent influence over the track.

Francescatti, who performs under the name Rebecca F, has claimed that the apparent similarities cannot be a coincidence as her 1999 track features bass player Brian Gaynor - who was allegedly employed to write songs for Gaga's 'Born This Way' album.

Chris Nero, Francescatti's lawyer, told the gossip site:
Though the songs are different styles, the composition is the same and the chorus is the same melody... [Rebecca] is seeking recognition for what she created.



Share This

Connect With Us
This Week's Magazine