Lady Gaga has revealed she’s still haunted by memories of being bullied at school.

In an interview with interview with internet giant Google, Gaga she has never got over the fact that she was picked on.

“I say this with so much genuineness in my heart: Bullying stays with you your whole life. I was never the winner, I was always the loser, and that still stays with me,” she told Marissa Mayer, head of communications at Google’s headquarters in San Francisco.

Lady Gaga revealed that those same school bullies now ask her for gig tickets but she’s never tempted to get her own back.

“There’s been lots of concert ticket requests. I think one of the most awkward things anyone ever said to me was, ‘Well, my my, how the tables have turned’.”

“To be honest, I don’t have that kind of vengeful spirit and I never did.”

Gaga previously admitted that she was teased at school for looking frumpy.

She told Cosmopolitan magazine: “School bullies called me fat and laughed at my appearance.

“I had a very big nose, very curly brown hair and I was overweight. I got made fun of.”

Gaga also told The Independent that she had to suppress her creativity during high school because she was being bullied.

“Right now the only thing that I am concerned with in my life is being an artist … I had to suppress it for so many years in high school because I was made fun of but now I’m completely insulated in my box of insanity and I can do whatever I like.”

The born This Way singer was interviewed by Google using its moderator tool, which allowed fans to submit their questions.