Add John Lennon as a friend on Facebook? It could have happened.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Yoko Ono looked back on Lennon's life shortly after the 30th anniversary of his death and insisted that he was a very forward looking man.
"If John were around today he'd love Facebook," she said. "He would love the way the world has changed. He'd love the internet and Twitter. He'd be sending out pronouncements and messages and giving his opinion all the time on everything."
Another thing John would love? Lady Gaga -- and Yoko herself is a big fan, too. Especially of her bottom.
"Lady Gaga has a very pretty bottom," Ono declared. "She performed with me on stage wearing a see-through lace catsuit and people thought it was an insult because you could see her bottom. I'm the lady who did an exhibition of bottoms. How could hers offend me?
In fact, it didn't: "She has a very lovely bottom. I think she's wonderful. John would have loved her, because she's an artist, she's fearless and she pushes every limit, which we both always adored."
The performance together that Ono refers to was an October concert, where Gaga joined up with the conceptual band that Ono and Lennon started over forty years ago, Plastic Ono Band. In many ways, Ono and Gaga are similar, both avante garde artists in their times. A minor uproar was caused among Lennon fans when Sean Lennon tweeted a picture of Gaga playing John's famed white piano, an act he later defended.
For much more from Ono, including how Paul McCartney saved her marriage to Lennon, click over to the Daily Mail.