“When I was young my mom and dad used to ask me to not leave the house dressed a certain way and asked me to change my hair. My mom would even cut my hair when I was asleep because I had really long split hairs, because I liked it really long like a hippy. Your hair is your glory and my hair represents my identity as it does represent the identity for many people," she told UK radio station KISS.
The “Poker Face" revealed that she would continue the legacy of her Monster Ball Tour. “I am already putting together the next show, It's totally evolution and revolution but not reinvention. I really like that idea that The Monster Ball is its own thing that will never die. I just want to continue the legacy of it as the fans will always be monsters," she added.