Lady Gaga covers the June issue of Rolling Stone to promote her new album Born this Way, and she's rocking a peach hue which gives the Lady an all-over glow. We like!

The Judas singer got up close and personal with RL as they followed her on tour, and some of her confessions really shocked us, especially when she revealed, "When I am not onstage I feel dead. Whether that is healthy or not to you, or healthy or not to anyone, or a doctor, is really of no concern to me. I don't feel alive unless I'm performing, and that's just the way I was born."

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Other highlights from the mag include:

Gaga on first finding fame: "Being myself in public was very difficult. I was being poked and probed and people would actually touch me and touch my clothes and be like, 'What the fuck is that,' just so awful. It was like I was being bullied by music lovers, because they couldn't possibly believe that I was genuine."

On her dedicated "Little Monsters": “We have this umbilical cord that I don't want to cut, ever. I don't feel that they suck me dry. It would be so mean, wouldn't it, to say, 'For the next month, I'm going to cut myself off from my fans so I can be a person.' What does that mean? They are part of my person, they are so much of my person. They're at least 50 percent, if not more."

You can catch Gaga performing Edge of Glory and U2’s Bono and the Edge performing a song from the musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark on tonight's finale!

Check out a few more stunning shots of Gaga for Rolling Stone's June issue, after the jump ...