QUEER VOICES

Here's What The Women Of Chic Think About Lady Gaga's 'I Want Your Love'

Their reactions to Gaga's take on the disco hit couldn't be more divided.

Last fall, Lady Gaga put her own spin on the Chic classic, "I Want Your Love," as part of a fashion campaign for designer Tom Ford

Now, in a new interview with "Luke Baker Live," the three original lead vocalists of Chic -- Alfa Anderson, Luci Martin and Norma Jean Wright -- each reveal what they thought about Gaga's cover of their 1978 disco smash.

As it turns out, their reactions couldn't be more divided. Ultimately, however, the women are grateful for the recognition. As Anderson puts it, "It's interesting to have a song that is more popular than you are." 

It's just one of many topics Baker covers in his wide-ranging interview with the ladies, the entirety of which can be viewed on his YouTube channel here. Baker, who is establishing himself as an out-and-proud, online media persona interested in highlighting diverse talents, has also had lengthy chats with supermodel extraordinaire Nancy Donahue and legendary hairstylist Harry King.

You can find out more about what the ladies of Chic have been up to in Baker's full interview here. If you missed Lady Gaga's "I Want Your Love" cover, check it out below. 

HuffPost

BEFORE YOU GO

PHOTO GALLERY
Lady Gaga Shares The Stage With Survivors, Joe Biden
CONVERSATIONS