Lady Gaga says her experience with bullying will stay with her for her ''whole life'' and admits no one ever asked if she was ''okay''.

The 34-year-old singer said she can still clearly remember the taunts her bullies used to make toward her during her school days.

Speaking to Australian television series The Sunday Project, ''It stays with you your whole life. I remember things that bullies said in front of other people and nobody said anything.

"Nobody said, 'Are you OK? Are you fine?' In fact, if I was to speak up about a bully being mean to me, it would be making it worse for me at school.''

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The award-winning musician said she doesn't hold grudges against those who tormented her because she values the ''importance of kindness''.

''Being bullied has taught me the importance of kindness because it is something that can be fixed," she said.

Last month, Gaga opened up about her desire to get married and have children, saying she is "excited" about the future.

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