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fully as we love you. ? girl, where do you think you're going ? >> it all makes for introspective sound. one some critics thought might turn her fans off. in said "joanne" has scored gaga her fourth number one album. >> i think it is hard for them at times to, you know, change from album to album because is i go through quite a transformation. that's how i am as an artist. you have to le era of music. >> when you were promoting your last album you wore world's first flying dress. >> i have to laugh. >> this time it's dive bars how you're releasing it. >> ? i can't wait to get you shook up faster ] >> it's wonderful and humbling about being in dive bar where i started.
up close and personal to the fans looking them in the eye for the first time when they hear it. it reminds me of that if this were all to go away tomorrow, all the big success, that i would still be very happy going from bar to bar, playing music for people. >> would you really? >> yes. the reason that i'm here at all is because of my relationship with my family and their encouragement of me to be a musician. and to work hard. so as longas that space, i can do anything. that's mu truth. >> ? roh, roh ? >> staying in that space wasn't always easy. >> ? want your bad romance. i want your horror." >> gaga had trouble washing off the per nona she created even for her own parents.
real hard time washing it off. i'd keep the wigs on and keep the make up on and kept the outfits on. it was always trying -- i never wanted to let my fans down. i wanted them to see me in my art form. ? baby, i was born this way ] >> only place lady gaga could be stephanie germanotta was behind the closed doors of her own only. >> i'm very acutely aware that once ios i'm not free any more. as soon as i go out into the world, i belong, in a way, to everyone else. it's legal to follow me. legal to stalk me at the beach. i can't call the police or ask them to leave. and i took a long hard look at that property line and i said, well, if i can't be free out there, i can be free in here.
getting to do whatever you want to do? >> yes, sir. >> and not what people are expecting or imposing on you to do? >> excuse me, i'm sorry. >> sit emotional because you feel just that weight on you all the time? the fame is just -- >> i miss -- i miss people. sorry. >> here ya go. >> i miss people. >> just having normal conversations with people? >> yeah, i miss people. i miss, you know, going anywhere and meeting a random person and saying hi, having a conversation about life. i love people. >> the one barrier fame didn't put up, was between her and her family. especially her father, joe. >> making your dad happy is --
girl, i'll tell you, it feels really good. i feel that today. you know, all the awards in the world, you can get into all the nightclubs, they will send you the nicest clothes. nothing better than walking into your dad's restaurant and seeing a smile on his face knowing that your mom and dad and your sister are real proud of you. and that you haven't lost touch with who you are. that for me is real suc. >> february, she'll take all she's learn fred these smaller stages to the biggest stage of all. the super bowl half time show. where she says, it's all in play. >> yeah, i always say you got to play a dive bar like you play an arena and you play an arena like you play a dive bar. >> she knows how 20 play central park, too.
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> dickerson: today on face the nation, death of a dictator and we give thanks to some americans who help others. >> the americans celebrated in the streets of miami after commicommunist leader fidel caso died friday. his rule spanned 10 u.s. presidents. what impact will his death have? we'll devote time to people we're grateful for on this holiday weekend. and our reporters panel in weigh-in how the trump transition is going. it's all ahead on face the nation. good morning and welcome i'm john dickerson. for the last 60 years, dictator