Get your paws up and your checkbooks out, little monsters. The one-bedroom Lower East Side apartment where starving artist Stefani Germanotta became Lady Gaga is back on the market.
For $1,850 a month, you too can experience the pre-stardom glow of living well beyond your means in the hope of making it big.
A tour of the property today, though, doesn't exactly bear Gaga's shock-pop stamp. Conspicuously absent are the sequins, flaming pianos and meat fabric we've come to expect from the mercurial pop star.
In true New York fashion, the three room apartment includes a kitchen-cum-living room, a tight-fitting bedroom, and a closet-size bathroom perfect for recording YouTube's next viral sensation. But it's a small price to pay to live in walking distance from the much revered Bowery Ballroom, where today's struggling acts become tomorrow's chart-topping stars.
The listing agent, John English for CitiHabitats, did not immediately return our calls.
Watch the video clip below for a glimpse inside the apartment (not to mention Gaga getting unceremoniously locked out of the apartment by its next tenant).
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