Lady Gaga's romantic interests have now turned brainy.

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Lady Gaga has said that she wants her next boyfriend to be both physically and mentally equipped, the latter preferably being a Harvard University degree. (Reuters/Luke MacGregor)

The 25-year-old pop star and singer of hit songs such as Marry the Night, Born This Way and Poker Face is looking for the next love of her life to come equipped with an Ivy League degree, according to reports.

But that's not all the equipment she's hoping for. There's also the physical package...especially down below.

It ranges from a really big d**k to a degree at Harvard, said Gaga, real name Stefani Germanotta, to England's tabloid newspaper The Sun. [Plus] talent and perseverance and pushing the boundaries of love and acceptance.

However, Harvard men, if you're looking to live under a roof with Gaga, you're out of luck for now. She's turned off by the idea of too much commitment and growing up too fast.

I'm not ready to buy a house, Gaga said according to reports. It feels like marriage or something. It's such a commitment, I don't like it.

She added: I do love being with my parents, but I also just really fear domestication. I just don't have a home, I am 25 and buying a house feels a little weird.

And, fear not, your shots at her increase because Gaga is rumored to be dating Vampire Diaries actor Taylor Kinney, who didn't go to Harvard, according to Us Weekly. Rather, he, who met Gaga on the set of You and I studied business management at West Virginia University before deciding to become an actor. Kinney might just not be good enough.

Make sure that if you ever do get with Gaga that you're really gaga over her, too. According to popcrush.com, Gaga recently revealed to Vanity Fair magazine in the January 2012 cover story that she likes creative types but that she has never felt cherished by a lover.

Think about all this and consider-is she really worth the time and effort? If you say yes, then don't be surprised that there are others out there that don't, despite her money, fame and iconic status.

 I think she's disgusting and impolite, said one Harvard male to the Boston Herald. I don't appreciate her music, and I don't appreciate her style.

I would not like Gaga as my girlfriend, said another. She puts on all that makeup. I don't know if she's actually that pretty.