Everyone has their limit, and Lady Gaga’s stylist has apparently reached hers. She’s apparently quitting over the singer’s very frequent outfit changes.

Nicola Formichetti has decided to part ways with superstar, explaining to Women’s Wear Daily that she is frustrated with the demands of the position.

Gaga, she says, changes her outfits “at least 12 times a day.”

Hard to believe, given how often we see Lady Gaga nude.

Formichetti helped create some of Gaga’s meat dress for the MTV Video Music Awards, her egg creation at the Grammys, and her “Bad Romance” attire.

Kate Upton Elle Cover, Photos & Video: Revealed! Stunning!

The incomparable Kate Upton dons a gorgeous red strapless Lanvin dress on the cover of the September issue of Elle, which its newsstands August 20.

In the magazine, she discussed the downside of her modeling fame, specifically feeling terrible and like a toy after her first SI cover in 2012.

“Every single guy I met was either married or about to be married, and I felt like I was their bachelor present or something,” she tells the magazine.

“I’m not a toy, I’m a human. I’m not here to be used. I am a grown woman.”

As for her current dating life … there isn’t much of one. “I really have never had a serious relationship in the industry,” she says. “I’m just having fun.”

“Obviously I have a very busy schedule, and relationships [aren’t] a priority.”

So there’s still a chance down the road, guys … but she is not a toy. We clear?

Can’t get enough of her (and how could you, honestly)? Follow the jump for more Kate Upton photos and a behind-the-scenes video from Elle …

David Frost Dies; British Journalism Great Was 74

Veteran British journalist has passed away at the age of 74, according to the BBC.

Frost died of a suspected heart attack on Saturday night aboard the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship, where he was due to give a speech, his family said.

Frost’s career in TV news and entertainment spanned almost half a century.

Known both for an amiable personality and incisive sit-downs with prominent figures, he won fame around the world for his interviews with Richard Nixon.

He was the only person to have interviewed all six British prime ministers serving between 1964-2007 and the seven U.S. presidents from 1969-2008.

He also interviewed Orson Welles, Muhammad Ali and Clint Eastwood.

Prime Minister David Cameron praised David Frost for being an “extraordinary man with charm, wit, talent, intelligence and warmth in equal measure.”

“The Richard Nixon interviews were among the great broadcast moments, but there were many other brilliant interviews,” Cameron said.

“He could be, and certainly was with me, both a friend and a fearsome interviewer.”

Frost began television hosting while still a student at Cambridge University.

He went on to host the BBC’s satirical news show The Week That Was in the early 1960s, and, later, The Frost Report and Breakfast with Frost. For any Translation related help, visit Translation Agency UK