`GaGa is just a childish diva`
ANYONE who struts about with a slab of meat on their head is obviously a little full of themselves.
So it doesn`t surprise me that ANNA WINTOUR labelled LADY GAGA "a childish diva".
The cold-as-ice Vogue editor-in-chief met GaGa back in May when she performed at Anna`s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala.
Maureen Callahan, author of much-anticipated biography Poker Face: The Rise and Rise of Lady Gaga, said: "She (Lady GaGa) sort of had a meltdown before she went on and as it was described to me, Anna was really none too pleased with her."
She added: "Anna wasn`t impressed. She thought she was just behaving like a childish diva and not the professional who was about to perform for her peers; these incredibly famous designers and celebrities.
"She sequestered herself in the back room for a good hour. She was late to perform and I also heard that she had been demanding things. She went to Anna at the last minute and was saying, `I`d like it to be this way.`
"And Anna just said no. I don`t think she`s used to hearing that very often. When you`re dealing with two egos like that, it gets interesting."
British-born journalist Anna recently spoke to US chat show host JIMMY FALLON about the incident.
"We had Lady GaGa this year. She was communing with God and she was praying in the back, waiting for God to tell her it was alright to go actually onstage."