Bachelor Nation alum Carly Waddell said that attending college with Lady Gaga nearly drove her “crazy.”
“She’s so extra,” the former “Bachelor in Paradise” star told Jason Tartick during Monday’s episode of his podcast, “Trading Secrets.”
The reality star — who attended NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts alongside the “Monster” singer — said Gaga would “sit on the piano every single day and just play and sing ‘Wicked’ at the top of her lungs.”
“And we were all just trying to eat lunch. It was break time. And we were all, like, forced to listen to her,” Waddell recalled.
While she admitted that Gaga, born Stefani Germanotta, was “great,” Waddell said she just wanted to enjoy her break.
“I just wanted to eat my sandwich. And so I used to just eat in the hallway,” she said, adding, “She was driving me crazy.”
Waddell, 38, also recalled how Gaga would “wear these really tight leotards” that had her “really big boobs” “coming out.”
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“She’s so ridiculous,” she added.
When asked if Gaga, 37, was “noticeably” better than other students at the performing arts school, Waddell responded with a blunt “no.”
“I mean, she was one of the good ones but I wouldn’t ever be like, ‘She was so above,’” she added.
“But now she’s so above.”
Reps for Gaga did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
The “Poker Face” songstress has come a long way since her NYU college days, and it seems as if all of that extra piano practice has paid off.
The performer has gone on to win 13 Grammys and two Golden Globe Awards in addition to a myriad of other acknowledgements.
Gaga has also transitioned from performing onstage to performing on the big screen, landing roles in films such as “House of Gucci” and “A Star Is Born.”