Gaga is def not the sharpest knife in the drawer, she's just another dingy blonde broad.Princess Diana was a wonderful and intellectual lady https://t.co/zVQkvbm8XZ? Ma B 4 Trump (@sunset_buckeye) April 23, 2017
Lady Gaga has the NERVE to talk to Prince William about depression, then calls his mother Diana "another dead blonde". What a horrid person!? DavidBret Biographer (@DavidBret) April 23, 2017
Lady Gaga, wailing hinny who calls Princess Diana "another dead blonde" will be a has been by 40. Diana: beautiful & loved. Gaga: ugly joke? DavidBret Biographer (@DavidBret) April 23, 2017
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Last week, Lady Gaga and Prince William discussed a mental health campaign on Face Time, during which the singer praised William's brother Harry for recently going public with how he "struggled to cope" after Diana and her rumoured boyfriend Dodi Al Fayed died when the limousine they were in crashed in a road tunnel in Paris. She was 36, and left behind two young sons who were 15 and 13.
Princess Die, which Lady Gaga's label made her drop from the album Artpop after the wave of criticism it received when she performed it live, references Diana's death rather brutally in the lyrics: "I wish that I could go in my rich boyfriend's limo/Right after he proposed with a 16-carat stone wrapped in rose gold/With the paparazzi all swarming around/In my Louis Vuitton white button down/Oh it's not that deep/So bob your head for another dead blonde/Whose real prince is in heaven/She just wants to sleep."
However, it has been suggested that the song actually references Gaga's own presumptive death, which would make her the "just another dead blonde." There's no softening the lines about Diana's "rich boyfriend's limo," though.