People on Twitter Are Obsessed With the Way Lady Gaga Cut Off An Exchange With Caitlyn Jenner

@BahmanKalbasi via Twitter

Everyone seems to be talking about one particular Oscar moment that happened during the awards show, but there are other moments that should not be overlooked. For example, there’s the sweet moment that happened between Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli that proves Lady Gaga truly is a lady.

We can learn a lot from the way Lady Gaga handled herself on Oscar night. Remember that sweet exchange between her and Minnelli happened after the Will Smith and Chris Rock incident. She was composed and respectful.

After the awards were handed out, the celebrities departed for different after parties. Smith was spotted with his family at the Vanity Fair party. Meanwhile, Gaga was spotted at Elton John’s Oscar party. So was Caitlyn Jenner.

An exchange between Gaga and Jenner was caught on video by BBC correspondent Bahman Kalbasi. He posted the video shortly after filming it, but with all of the other drama of the night, it didn’t get the attention it deserved. In the exchange, Gaga once again seems composed and respectful. It is also clear that she does not want to have a conversation with Jenner, and she came up with the perfect line to end the conversation.

Watch Kalbasi’s video footage below.

Did you have trouble understanding what they were saying? No worries. There’s another video where a nice viewer added subtitles. Take a look.

Did you catch that? Jenner says she hasn’t seen Gaga at their local Starbucks in Malibu in awhile, and Gaga responds, “I’ve switched baristas.” Basically, Gaga is saying without saying it that she now goes to a different Starbucks possibly to avoid running into Jenner.

Twitter users are loving that new line and agreeing with Kalbasi that “I’ve switched baristas” should be a t-shirt.


What do you think of this exchange between Gaga and Jenner? Do you think Gaga’s exit line was rude or perfection? Have you ever stopped going somewhere because you were trying to avoid running into someone?