Lady Gaga tops Glamour‘s 2013 Women of the Year list, appearing on the cover of the monthly magazine’s December issue.
Hailed for her “enormous conscience,” the pop star was singled out for starting a one-woman anti-bullying movement through her Born This Way Foundation. Education advocate and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Malala Yousafzai — who survived an assassination attempt by the Pakistani Taliban at the age of 15 — Net-A-Porter founder Natalie Massenet, and models Christy Turlington Burns and Liya Kebede also made the list. The names of the other honorees will be announced later this week, and will receive their awards at an event in New York City on November 11.
Bravo exec Andy Cohen interviewed Gaga for the Glamour cover story. Read on for excerpts from the conversation, including what Gaga told Cohen when he asked her whether she considers herself to be beautiful and if she wears over-the-top costumes to hide her insecurities. READ FULL STORY