Lady Gaga is an accomplished singer and actress, and it turns out she’s quite the accomplished pizza chef as well!
Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, is a New Yorker of Italian descent, so it comes as no surprise that her pizza skills are impressive.
In her Instagram post, the no-sound video shows how Gaga first proofs her dough before moving on to making a wonderful-looking tomato sauce. Then, she adds some mozzarella before sticking it in the oven. The finished product looks quite tasty.
While she recently showed off her pizza-making skills, this isn’t the first time that Gaga has been open about her love for food. Her father, Joe Germanotta, has an NYC-based restaurant, and in 2012 Gaga said, “I love eating pizza and pasta, I’m a New York Italian girl. I gain five pounds every time I go in there,” according to Forbes.
Her fans didn’t waste time commenting on her post, with many of them stating that she has got the skills of a Masterchef. Of course, even more, fans wanted her recipe – and we do too! But perhaps the best comment came from one of her followers who wrote, “Tell me you’re an Italian girl from New York without telling me you’re an Italian girl from New York.”
Check out her Instagram post:
While Gaga might love pizza, it’s a love that she has shared with her fans in the past. Back in 2017, when she had to cancel a show at Montreal’s Bell Centre because of health reasons, and she was quick to try to make it up to fans.
According to PMQ, in a tweet at the time, she wrote that she was disappointed that she would not be able to carry out the show as she was just too sick to push through. In her effort to show her sincerest regret about the cancelation, she added, “I’m sending free pizza to any monsters outside my hotel The William Gray Montreal. I love u so much & I’m so sorry u are the most loyal fans.”
Clearly, this is a love affair that will go on forever, but we just really want her pizza recipe.
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