Lady Gaga revealed a lot of details about herself and her music at her SiriusXM Town Hall discussion, held Friday, Nov. 8 in NYC. We're breaking it down by numbers -- how many kids she said she wants and how many performances revolve around her plans to sing in space.

She wants "tons" of kids and espoused her love of the city of Chicago and its pizza. Whoa! Is that blasphemy for a native New Yorker?

First, let's hear her thoughts on reproducing.

Gaga wants to literally become Mother Monster, since "I want to have tons of kids, actually. I think at least three. I really want to have a family and I really want to nurture my children. To be honest, having my own kids will be like having three little monsters with me all the time. They probably won't be fans."

That last statement we find hard to believe!

The reason that Gaga is so keen on having a brood of mini-monsters with her DNA running through their veins is the fact "I grew up with a very strong family and I just cannot imagine not having a normal nuclear family."

As for her love for the Windy City? That's where her boyfriend of two years, actor Taylor Kinney, films his hit TV show 'Chicago Fire.' Gaga has been living there as an adopted hometown of sorts.

"I've been living a lot in Chicago mostly and I actually find Chicago to be really, really cool about me and what I do," the singer said.

She admitted that "I love ordering Chicago pizza. My boyfriend caught me once eating it in the bathroom in the middle of the night. I woke up in the middle of the night and I walked it into the bathroom and I was eating it. And I heard the...door opening. I had the pizza in my mouth and he just shook his head at me and he was like, 'That is just shameful.'"

Yeah, shameful for a New Yorker!

Gaga also said that she wants everyone in her orbit to be happy. She declared, "I really want to be happy. And I want my fans to be happy, too." Aw, how sweet.

She also revealed what her space voyage will entail. "Everyone that flies on Virgin Galactic is required to pay for their flight, and it’s a trip to space, but they asked me and I don’t have to pay for my flight, which is great, because it’s mostly for rich people...I did not come this far to be afraid to go to space!"

Gaganaut aka Gaga the Astronaut will perform a song on the spacecraft, which will be streamed at the Ground Zero festival. She will then return to earth and perform on the Ground Zero stage.