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The jerk store called, and they're running out of Lady Gaga: Jerry Seinfeld isnot amused
America's favorite funnyman and pop star have ignited a bad romance: After giving paparazzi and Mets fans the finger during a recent jaunt to Citi Field, Lady Gaga was escorted to Jerry Seinfeld's private luxury stadium box. Although Seinfeld wasn't at the game, he's making his dismay for Gaga's antics clear.
In an interview on New York's WFAN Sports Radio with Steve Somers, Seinfeld, 56, pronounced, "This woman's a jerk. I hate her," adding "I can't believe they put her in my box that I paid for! You give people the finger and you get upgraded? Is that the world we're living in now? It's pathetic."
He continued to take down the 24-year-old pop icon: "You take one 'A' off that and you've got 'Gag,'" adding, "Get an act. Rhinestone bikinis and giving people the finger?"
Lady Gaga was also spotted flipping off photographers on June 15 while at a Manhattan hot dog stand, letting her disdain for the paparazzi be known. So much for the poker face.
Lady Gaga also nearly almost only wore a bra — perhaps the the very same bra she wears in the music video for her Beyoncé collaboration, "Telephone" — to a Yankees game, the Mets and Seinfeld's mortal enemies. A skimpy number, indeed, but it's out of character for Seinfeld to be so adverse to bras in his vicinity — the female undergarment has played a leading role in his life, both on- and off-screen.
On Episode 12 of Season Seven, Elaine gifts the product to her ex-roomie, Brenda Strong, playing the role of a woman who rejects wearing bras. The bra becomes a divisive minor character in the episode, as Jerry and George are distracted by Strong walking down the street, wearing only the bra as a top. The absurd (and arousing) site causes the crash of Jerry's car.
In another episode, Elaine reveals her nipple through her bra in a photograph dispatched to all of her friends via a Christmas card. And in Season Six, Episode 17, Kramer collaborates with George's father to conceive the Bro: A bra for men.
What's more, from 1993-1996, Seinfeld was linked to designer Shoshanna Lonstein, who launched an intimacy clothing line for women plagued with large breasts. The two began dating when Lonstein was only a 17-year-old high school student, so it's possible that Seinfeld didn't exactly know what he was getting himself into.
Despite his Lady hating, Seinfeld does admit that he thinks the performer is "talented," adding "I don't know why she's doing this stuff."
Regardless of his affection for the bras of all sorts, Seinfeld likely won't be getting anywhere near Lady Gaga's bra — let alone her VIP box — anytime soon.