Former College Classmate Criticizes Lady Gaga's Behavior at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts

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"Bachelor" alum Carly Waddell, a former college classmate of Lady Gaga (known as Stefani back then) at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, recently shared her candid thoughts about Gaga's behavior during their time together. Speaking on ex-"Bachelor" star Jason Tartick's podcast, "Trading Secrets," Carly revealed that she was "not a fan" of Gaga's conduct.

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According to Carly, Gaga would regularly disrupt lunchtime etiquette by singing loudly, particularly belting out songs from "Wicked" on the piano, while others attempted to eat in peace. Carly found Gaga's behavior so bothersome that she resorted to having her lunch in the hallway just to escape the constant noise.

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Carly emphasized that despite Gaga's talent, her behavior did not earn her special privileges in class. However, Carly acknowledged Gaga's subsequent achievements, including Grammys and an Academy Award, which have undoubtedly elevated her status in the entertainment industry.

Reflecting on the past, Carly's account serves as a reminder that even the most successful individuals can face criticism for their behavior, highlighting the importance of respect and consideration in shared spaces.

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