Sorry Lady Gaga, you painted a giant target on yourself over the last year. Jubal finally had it when he saw the red carpet photos of you in a giant egg. We're pretty sure EVERYONE watching sat back in their chair and said....Really? Hear what Jubal had to say in his latest open letter. Plus, to see the script of it, click read more. Dear Lady Gaga: Your act is getting old. When you hit the scene you were a weirdo and people respected that. Now though, it's gotten forced . . . you've moved from legit crazy to fake crazy. At the Grammy's you showed up in a stupid egg. Then you told Jay Leno that you stayed that egg for three days leading up to the show. So along with being a fraudulent schizo you're also a liar. It's impossible that the first time you ejected yourself from your "vessel" was when you performed your new, old Madonna hit "Born This Way". After being curled up in a ball for three days you'd have never been able to walk, let alone dance. I mean, I sit on the toilet for a little too playing Angry Birds and my legs fall asleep so hard that I almost do a face plant on the cold tile. You're constantly saying that you're "just like all your fans". NO YOU AREN'T. I guarantee you that your little monsters aren't showing up for their shift at Starbucks sporting an apron made of grade A beef, or going to pick their kids up from school in an egg being carried by a bunch of androgynous slaves. I beg to differ. Your act is nothing more than a self defense mechanism because you AREN'T comfortable with the way you were born. It's easy to play a character. Then if people judge you it doesn't matter. If you really wanted to make a statement, show up somewhere in jeans and a t-shirt and refer to yourself by your real name Stephanie Gugamopalopolis (or whatever it is). You preach being comfortable with yourself when in reality YOU'RE the one who can't seem to be real. Wait, on second thought Britney Spears let us see the real her and now I can't think of her without dirty feet and Cheeto stained hands. Never mind, keep playing dress up. Sincerely, Jubal P.S. For your next single, I say you do a remake of a Cyndi Lauper song.