Lady GaGa believes everyone can't wait to see what she looks like when she's dead.
The 'Born This Way' singer says people are hoping for her to fail and are anxious to see how she will come to her demise.
One of my greatest artworks is the art of fame. I am a master of the art of fame.
Gaga - who pretended to die a bloody death after singing her hit song 'Paparazzi' at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards - said: "That's what everyone wants to know, right?
"What is she going to look like when she dies ... when she's overdosed on whatever they think I'm overdosing on? Everybody wants to see the decay of the superstar.
"Of course they do. They want to see me fail. They want to see me fall on stage. They want to see me vomiting out of a night club ... Isn't that the age we live in? That we want to see people who have it all lose it all?"
However, the 24-year-old hitmaker says she has no intention of going anywhere soon and believes she has mastered the art of fame.
In an interview with Anderson Cooper for '60 Minutes', she said: "One of my greatest artworks is the art of fame. I am a master of the art of fame."