Lady Gaga spent her childhood listening to her mum and dad have sex because their Upper West Side apartment didn't have any doors.
Lady GaGa spent her childhood listening to her mum and dad have sex.
The 'Marry the Night' hitmaker - who grew up in an apartment in New York's Upper West Side - explained she could hear "everything" her parents were up to, as there were no doors in her home.
She said: "My parents' room and the one I shared with my sister were on the top floor. There are no doors on the bedrooms. My parents could hear everything me and my sister said growing up. And I heard them too!"
The 25-year-old singer - real name Stefani Germanotta - loves being with her parents, but admitted "domestication" frightens her.
Speaking while turning on the Christmas lights at New York's Madison Square Garden, she added: "I love being with my parents, but I also really fear domestication. I just don't have a home. I stay between my friends' places and my parents'."
Gaga has previously admitted she has inherited her wild streak from her father Joe, who one hired a stripper to teach her the piano and used to enjoy al fresco romps with random women.
She has said: "He was having sex with girls under the boardwalk in New Jersey before he went to see Bruce Springsteen.
"He saw a lot of himself In Me. My first piano teacher was a stripper. My dad told me later. I used to say to her, 'Why do you have such long nails?' She just said, 'Someday you'll understand why.' "