Lady GaGa is adamant she would "never cheat" on a boyfriend because she has a "very strong moral code". The "Poker Face" hitmaker, who is rumored to have revived her romance with ex-boyfriend Matthew Williams, insists that although she often portrays herself as a wild woman, she is actually very committed when she is in a relationship.
She tells Britain's Mail on Sunday, "As a performer I'm outrageous and wild, but as a person I have a very strong moral code. I would never cheat on a man; I believe in honesty and integrity... Don't be fooled by the way I look - underneath all this I know exactly who I am and what my boundaries are. They are all important to me."
In the same occasion, Lady GaGa is urging fans to follow in her footsteps by completing their education - because schoolwork prepared her for the tough decisions she's made during her career. She attended an upmarket private school in New York and she's convinced her academic achievements have helped her since she become a pop star.
GaGa admits she always aimed high at school and she's glad she scored well in her grades. She said, "Don't ever make the mistake that you're a dumb blonde or a pushover. I was a grade-A student and I went to a really top school in New York where the children of middle-class parents are expected to achieve at everything."
"I started piano at the age of four and I passed every grade with top marks. I wanted to be smart because I wanted to be able to control things. My career isn't about other people's ideas and decisions. It's about my decisions, my vision, my inspirations. I listen to other people, but I'm smart enough to know what to take notice of. Never underestimate the importance of education."