Gary Go falls for Lady GaGa

Gary Go falls for naked charms of Lady GaGa

MAN of the moment Gary Go has fallen under the spell of Lady GaGa after she greeted him with no clothes on.

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The singer, who has been picked to support Take That on their UK tour this year, was introduced to GaGa when they performed together in London.

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And the Wonderful hit-maker admitted the US Lady has been on his mind after the unusual meeting.   He said: “I did a cover of Lady GaGa’s track Just Dance recently.  ”I chose it because I was thinking about her quite a lot.   “We met when we both played London’s Koko venue this year.   “She was in the dressing room opposite me and someone shouted to her to come and meet Gary Go.   “She shouted back that she had no clothes on, but two seconds later she just came to the door with nothing on then quickly threw a little jacket on.   “It was quite a meeting and she is very attractive. She’s a performance artist, so I guess she doesn’t have any inhibitions, but it certainly had an effect on me.

“And, yes, I am single, and G G and Gaga, well I guess it does have a ring to it.”   Gary is due to release his debut album in May and explained that although being announced as the support for Take That has given him a huge boost, he is a very different act from the man band.   The London-based musician wrote his first song at eight and left school at 17 to work in a recording studio to learn the “music industry inside out” before setting up his own independent record label.

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“It’s a huge honour to be asked to go on tour with the guys. But people keep assuming that my songs are similar to Take That’s because I’m called Gary, as is Gary Barlow, obviously. It’s just lazy, really. We are at different stages of our careers and our music is totally different,” he said.   The singer/songwriter is more nervous about releasing his selftitled debut than playing to the mammoth Take That crowds.

He said: “I’m still working on my album, it’s like an ex-girlfriend that you just can’t leave alone.

“I’m a perfectionist. All the tracks are my babies, so I just want them to be as good as they can be. But I’m excited about playing them to such a big audience.”   Gary also revealed that he has picked up some tips from Scots star Amy Macdonald.   The pair toured the UK last year and Amy taught him how to connect with his fans. He said: “Amy has been a phenomenal success. She is into technology and every time I saw her, she was on her laptop replying to her fans’ messages.   “Her dedication made me think. I’m more about getting into the studio to work on tracks, but Amy is great at keeping her fans up-to-date.”

Catch Gary at Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut with V V Brown on March 30.

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