Lady GaGa: "All Men Are Pigs"
Reports claim the Judas star is considering ditching men all together...
Lady GaGa has reportedly branded all men "pigs" following her split from beau, Luc Carl.
According to Now magazine, the Born This Way singer - who recently confirmed her single status - is still seething over allegations that Carl was unfaithful to her during their relationship, so much so, that she has sworn off men all together!
GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta, has previously confessed that she is not on the look out for love following her break-up, with a source telling the publication that she is thinking about just "hooking up" with women instead.
The insider revealed: "Stefani's just had enough. She's feeling really down and has been saying all men are pigs."
"Although Luc had strong feelings for her at first, eventually her desperation for his approval and her need for commitment drove him away. It's not right what he did, but it's a pattern in Stefani's life."
They continued: "She picks guys who are jerks - and they see any weakness as an excuse to treat her badly."
The 25-year old, who has admitted to being attracted to "bad boys", is widely known for her bisexual tendencies, with the mole stating: "From her experience, women are much more nurturing when they see her vulnerability."
The source added: "The problem Stefani faces is meeting someone who'll see past her enormous fame."
Despite struggling to find love, GaGa has praised her Little Monsters, stating she is grateful for the support she has received from her fans.
Speaking to MTV as part of special Lady GaGa: Inside the Outside, the Judas singer stated: "The biggest surprise to me has been my relationship with my fans."
"They've changed my life. The fans are the thing that you can't learn; they were the instrument in the music that nobody taught me about."
She added: "They're [like] a giant disco ball - thousands of tiny little mirrors. The commercial success that I've had has been mind-blowing. I'm the girl that everyone said 'no' [to] and shook their head and said, 'I don't get it'."