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Entertainer and New York native Lady Gaga has admittedly gain 25 lbs. as she revealed during a radio show before heading out on tour, but that's not stopped the rumor mill from wondering why?

Gaga told radio host Elvis Duran that she loves to eat pasta and pizza from her father's Italian restaurant, Joanne Trattoria, on Manhattan's West Side.

Some critics have speculated she's gained weight from excessive alcohol consumption. The negativity surrounding her weight gain was only helped by her recent on-stage antics which included smoking what appeared to be a marijuana joint.

And there's also TV host Kelly Osbourne's recent comment that Gaga was likely pregnant because she wasn't dying her hair blonde anymore (Gaga is a natural brunette.)

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"She's been so skinny. I think she looks so much better," Shuter told Good Day NY.

Gaga was reportedly told by her record label to lose weight after they were forced to order better-fitting outfits for the remainder of her world tour, reported RadarOnline.com.

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