Lady Gaga hasn't been this close to a newspaper since she wore one; the Fame Monster is taking a stab at being the subway's own Anna Wintour next month, with a high-ranking editorial position at Metro. The superstar-turned-editrix will be producing a Gaga-edited edition which will be out on May 17th. According to The Observer, Gaga will be working out of Metro HQ in London where she'll be editing, writing a feature, commenting on stories in the issue, and contributing to sidebars. We can only hope that she'll also reprimand a staffer for her boring taste in footwear!

Metro content chief Michael Freidson has already met with Gaga and says, "She's a theater student from NYU who is lively and super excited about her vision—halfway on the verge of singing, but not in an obnoxious way—about it. She's getting old enough to be taken seriously and talk about what matters to her." As for that content, she plans on dedicating some space to LGBT and human rights content—fans can actually write an essay on these issues in order to win a spot as her intern for the day.

It is simply shocking that James Franco hasn't done this. Mr. Franco, we have an editorial opportunity we'd like to discuss with you...