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For the fashion forward Lady Gaga, every day could be Halloween – but the star told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush in an interview for "The Billy Bush Show" that she's hoping to dress down on the holiday.
"I'm excited for this year because I found out that some people will be dressing like me, so I'm hoping I can just not dress up and go out unnoticed," Gaga said. "I'm just going to go as myself and no one will notice it's me and I'll just get really drunk with all my friends."
The singer, who has exploded this year on the strength of singles such as "Just Dance" and "Paparazzi," has extended her songwriting talents to other artists, including "American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert.
"He's really very sweet," Gaga said of the singer, who recorded a song she wrote earlier this month. "I wrote a song a long time ago that I thought would be really great for him. I think it's fabulous."
Gaga herself was set for a collaborative tour with rapper Kanye West, which fell apart in the wake of his infamous interruption of Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards – a decision she said they made together.
"We're real friends," she said of Kanye, adding that she wouldn't speak to the embattled rapper's emotional state due to his privacy. "I really respect him."
Instead, the singer will be hitting the road solo in support of her new release, "The Fame Monster," which will couple "The Fame" with a second disc of new material.
"It's not quite a re-release," Gaga explained. "I wrote an entirely new album. This should be considered to be a separate entity entirely. I traveled around the world and I didn't write about fame, I didn't write about money, I wrote about my fears and all the monsters I encountered along the way. I'm releasing it along with 'The Fame' as a ying and yang experience for those who have not heard my first album."
She added her new music has been inspired by more personal matters, despite her own rising success.
"I haven't really been around Hollywood or celebrities very much, I've been working," Gaga said. "I was married to my solitude."
"Speechless," a future single from the new album, was a song she wrote for her father.
"I wrote that song to convince my dad to have heart surgery," she said.
It worked – as Gaga previously Tweeted, he did, and the singer told Billy that he's now on the mend.
"I was with him all seven days that he was there, I slept at the hospital," she said. "He's feeling much better, he's already looking like a million bucks."
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