Lady Gaga has 77.8 million Twitter followers, and now that audience has a tweet about Bayonetta on their feeds.
As far as I know, this is the first time Lady Gaga has ever tweeted about video games, and I find it interesting she calls herself a "secret #gamergirl."
Do you think celebrities feel they have to keep this hobby hidden? If so, why? If not, are these sorts of hobbies a "secret" because they don't come up in interviews? Did you ever think you'd see a pop star with Oscar buzz tweeting about Bayonetta?
Should Nintendo get Lady Gaga to promote Bayonetta 3? Record a song for Bayonetta 3?
As gaming becomes more and more mainstream and culturally relevant in places like the US, how do you see the spheres of gaming and celebrity intersecting?