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'Gaga: Five Foot Two' will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, then will appear on Netflix on September 22nd.
Lady GaGa is offering her fans a rare glimpse beneath pop personality in a new intimate Netflix documentary film that will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
Announced on Thursday (August 24th) via a series of intimate teasers across social media, Gaga: Five Foot Two will make its world premiere at TIFF, which runs from 7th-17th September, which will also see Gaga herself performing at the festival. The documentary will then appear on Netflix on September 22nd.
The film, directed by Chris Moukarbel, centres on the recording of Gaga’s most recent album Joanne, released in 2016, and the build-up to her half-time performance at the Super Bowl back in February.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Documentary Film Set For Netflix
After her Monsters attacked him, she's urging everyone to be kind.
Following his abrupt departure from social media over a string of abusive comments, Lady GaGa has spoken out in defence of Ed Sheeran and urges people to be kinder to artists and make the internet a friendlier place. It's about time the trolling ended.
Lady Gaga live at Coachella
After a stellar Glastonbury set, all Ed Sheeran got was criticism on Twitter. Now he's decided he'd rather not deal with it at all, and has quit the platform and left all his social media responsibilities to someone else on his team. Someone who knows all too well the harshness of Twitter has sent him her full support.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Tells The Internet To Be Nice To Ed Sheeran
Her world tour is announced following her Super Bowl LI performance.
Lady GaGa has finally announced the dates for her eagerly anticipated Joanne World Tour, following a show-stopping performance at the Super Bowl LI yesterday. She recently performed a series of Dive Bar shows around the US, but international fans are pleased to be told she's taking it to arenas.
Lady Gaga announces her 2017 Joanne world tour
We're hoping to see a lot more of what we saw on Sunday (February 5th 2017) when she hits the road this summer, with her upcoming tour dates spanning the US and Canada, Brazil, Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands and the UK.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Is Finally Hitting The Road With 'Joanne' This Summer
JK Rowling, Chrissy Teigen and George Takei - we thank you.
Ever since social media was invented it's been used to, as millenials call it, 'throw shade'. We've all done it, but somehow it's even more equal parts shocking and hilarious when famous people do it - either to each other or to random internet trolls.
Jk Rowling is a comeback queen
Here are our favourite sassy moments on Twitter of this year:
Continue reading: From JK Rowling To George Takei: 10 Sassiest Celebrity Tweets Of 2016
The acting world embraced Gaga this year, while music still remained her number one priority.
In October Lady GaGa released her third album Joanne, which debuted at number one on the US Billboard chart, topping off an already incredible year for the singer.
From winning a Golden Globe to paying a remarkable tribute to David Bowie at the Grammy awards, 2016 saw Gaga cement her place as one of the decade’s most important artists, while she continued to blaze her own trail in the music industry.
Lady Gaga on the red carpet at the 2016 Fashion Awards
Continue reading: Lady Gaga's Comeback: How 2016 Was An Important Year For The Popstar
Lady GaGa has always managed to stay within the public consciousness due to her outlandish aesthetic, fantastical live performances and unusual and queer comments. However, most importantly her previous albums (particularly The Fame Monster and Born This Way) injected a fearless energy of euro-trash dance-floor anthems, which have propelled and maintained her in the realms of superstardom. Her previous album ARTPOP was received lukewarmly and is still incredibly underrated, mainly because as it was a much harsher, trashier and thematically much more confused outing than prior experiments.
Within the time between ARTPOP and Joanne, Gaga has remained a staple within pop culture through different mediums; releasing an album of jazz standards with Tony Bennett and touring it, performing a wonderful melody of songs from The Sound of Music at the Oscars in 2015, winning Billboard's Woman of the Year 2015, as well as starring in the hit TV show American Horror Story and winning and Golden Globe for her participation.
Gaga's return to her own music, as anticipated as it may be for her swarms of 'monsters' however is an admirable attempt at regaining a sense of authenticity in an era where authenticity seems to imply artistic evolution. In that regard, Gaga achieves an illusory form of such mainly through how meticulously rendered the album is. In an attempt of a bold rebranding of her now stripped down aesthetic lies confused half-baked concepts and a cacophony of confused and messy songs which are an unusual, and for the most part unsuccessful, hybrid of Americana, Rock, Blues, Folk, Europop, and Country. Joanne is painfully over-produced, which compromises the elemental nature which Gaga is going for, and for someone who still identifies herself to the public as Lady Gaga, Joanne is the result of a failed attempt at sincerity from an artist who has initially revelled in playful liberation and artifice.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga - Joanne Album Review
Ronson is on Gaga's side after the pair collaborated on her newest song, Perfect Illusion
It ain’t the world of pop if there ain’t a popstar beefing with another popstar and, as Kanye has gone quiet over recent weeks it’s left the door open for others to express their distaste for one another: this time it’s Lady GaGa and Mark Ronson vs. The Chainsmokers.
Lady Gaga has Mark Ronson in her corner as she and The Chainsmokers row
It all started out with American DJ duo The Chainsmokers dissing Gaga’s newest track - on which she worked with producer Ronson - Perfect Illusion.
Continue reading: Mark Ronson Stokes The Fire In Lady Gaga And Chainsmokers Feud
Lady Gaga has a new thing about swinging her microphone.
Lady GaGa has unveiled the official video for her new single 'Perfect Illusion'. The clip came yesterday (September 20th 2016), just one month ahead of the release of her next album 'Joanne'. Apparently, it was shot over a period of two days in a desert just outside of Los Angeles.
Lady Gaga unveils her new video for 'Perfect Illusion'
Directed by Andrea Gelardin and Ruth Hogben, and produced by Keeley Gould, the video opens with Lady Gaga dancing for a crowd in the sun, swinging her microphone over her head like a lasso. It then cuts to the singer driving erratically through the desert, before she ends up rocking out in the club.
Continue reading: It's A 'Perfect Illusion'! Lady Gaga's New Video Is Set In The Desert
Lady GaGa shocked guests by performing a surprise 30min set, at Moth Club in Hackney. The venue, which is a converted working mens club fits around 150 people, making it surely one of Lady Gaga's most intimate gigs to date. Also in attendance was Mark Ronson. Gaga left at 3am, and headed to nearby Metropolis strip club, where she spent an hour, before finally heading back to her hotel for some sleep - London, United Kingdom - Saturday 10th September 2016
The popstar turned actress is back in the studio.
Lady GaGa is finally returning with some new music, two years since the release of her last project 'Cheek To Cheek' with Tony Bennett. Her new single is entitled 'Perfect Illusion', and was announced via her Instagram page yesterday (August 17th 2016). No details of a new album have been announced just yet.
Lady Gaga unveils 'Perfect Illusion'
There are also very few details about 'Perfect Illusion'. Gaga transformed her Instagram feed into a colourful collage of individual segments of the single announcement, which is revealed to be out next month. We also know that she has co-produced the song alongside BloodPop, Kevin Parker from Tame Impala and Mark Ronson, the latter two having last worked together on Ronson's 2015 album 'Uptown Special'.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Announces Her First Single In Two Years 'Perfect Illusion'
Gaga spoke with the Dalai Lama in a discussion streamed live on Facebook over the weekend.
Lady GaGa has reportedly been banned from China and her music blacklisted, following a meeting with the Dalai Lama at the weekend.
According to The Apple Daily, a Hong Kong-based newspaper, the Chinese Foreign Ministry imposed the ban shortly after Gaga had met with the 81 year old Buddhist spiritual leader on Sunday (June 26th) in Indianapolis, shortly before he was due to deliver a keynote speech at the United States Conference of Mayors.
Lady Gaga incurred the wrath of Chinese authorities after she met with the Dalai Lama
Continue reading: China Bans Lady Gaga After Meeting With Dalai Lama
A judge denied Kesha’s request for a preliminary injunction that would allow her to release music away from producer Dr Luke.
Artists including Lady GaGa, Iggy Azalea and Ariana Grande, are uniting in support for Kesha after the latest setback in her ongoing legal battle with producer Dr. Luke. On Friday Kesha was was denied her request for a preliminary injunction that would allow her to release music without producer Dr Luke, who she has previously accused of sexual assault and emotional abuse.
Celebrities have been offering support for Kesha following her latest legal setback.
Kesha first filled suit against Dr Luke in 2014, claiming the producer had sexually assaulted her and accusing him of sexual harassment, gender violence, civil harassment and intentional infliction of emotional distress. Kesha also claimed that on occasions Dr Luke had ‘drugged’ her.
She's definitely the best choice to pay tribute.
Lady GaGa is decidedly the best person for the job of paying tribute to the late musical legend David Bowie. As such, she will honour the 'Life On Mars' singer with a dedicatory performance at this year's Grammy awards. And, whether you love or hate her, you can't deny that Gaga has had Bowie written all over pretty much every crazy outfit she's ever worn.
Here's just a few of the most Bowie-esque get-ups the 'Applause' singer has been spotted in over the years:
Continue reading: Lady Gaga: Her Most David Bowie-esque Looks [Pictures]
From epilepsy to cancer - these stars are battling with their health.
Pamela Anderson has revealed to her fans that she is finally cured of Hepatitis C, something that she contracted back in 2002 allegedly from her former husband Tommy Lee. She's well-known as being a total health freak with her vegan, all-fresh lifestyle - so it's huge news to hear her health has gone up another level.
Pamela Anderson is finally cured of Hepatitis C
The model and actress revealed the news on Instagram, alongside a prayer that it be made more widely available to other sufferers. Anderson isn't the only celebrity who's spent a lot of her life with a chronic illness, however, and there's still plenty of famous faces who are living with health issues.
Perry's Prismatic world tour constituted the bulk of her earnings, which were just under $88 million in the 12-month period measured.
Katy Perry has edged out her fierce rival Taylor Swift to be named as the highest-earning female musician of 2015, with estimated income of $88 million in a 12-month period, according to the annual article by Forbes.
Perry’s Prismatic world tour accounted for the substantial part of her earnings, as she took approximately $1.3 million on every stop on the massive haul. Sponsorship deals tied in with the tour also added to this number, with deals with cosmetics brand Covergirl and fashion accessories company Claire’s as well as her fragrances released in conjunction with Coty.
Katy Perry earned $88 million between June 2014-June 2015, making her the highest-earning woman in music
Continue reading: Katy Perry Tops Forbes List Of Highest-Earning Women In Music
Anyone else get nightmares after Episode 3 of Hotel?
'American Horror Story' has returned with yet more blood and supernatural horrors than ever before with 'Season 5: Hotel'. If you thought 'Freak Show' was as bizarre as it could go, you'd be wrong. And episode three 'Mommy' takes it up yet another spine-chilling notch.
Chloe Sevigny has the creepiest greeting so far in 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
So what's happened so far? Well episode one 'Checking In' saw Hotel Cortez play host to some particularly creepy, bloodthirsty forces, with the wretched, ill-fated guests being killed by flesh-eating ghost kids, raped to death by the Addiction Demon and slashed to ribbons by vampires during an orgy. Plus, Hypodermic Sally (Sarah Paulson) has fallen to her death at the hands of Donovan's (Matt Bomer) protective mother, hotel manager Iris (Kathy Bates). Naturally, events have caught the attention of Detective John Lowe (Wes Bentley).
Gaga spoke to Billboard about the Born This Way Foundation and her admiration for Sir Elton John.
Lady GaGa has spoken about the creation of her Born This Way foundation in a new interview, saying that she wants to reach out and help young people who are suffering from depression and anxiety as she did when she was a teenager.
Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, set up the non-profit organisation back in 2012 with the help of her mother Cynthia. The 29 year old appears on the front cover of the new issue of Billboard alongside Sir Elton John, and in the feature interview she opened up about her struggles with depression.
Lady Gaga reveals she suffers from anxiety and depression
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Opens Up About Anxiety And Depression
The pop singer plays the Countess in the fifth series of 'AHS', which made its premiere at the weekend.
Lady GaGa has spoken about her excitement at launching her acting career, after the new series of the FX fright-fest favourite ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ began at the weekend. The pop star plays the role of the Countess, and says that the role has given her a great deal of energy and excitement.
“It’s been so fun,” she told the Associated Press at the premiere of the latest series on Saturday (October 3rd) in Los Angeles. “Everybody on this cast has been really open and available to me in a very honest way, so I’m able to be myself in a way I feel like I haven’t been in a really long time, so they are just making me feel so alive.”
Lady Gaga is a cast regular on 'American Horror Story: Hotel'
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Waxes Lyrical About Her 'American Horror Story: Hotel' Role
Gaga makes her small screen acting debut on the FX horror-drama.
Lady GaGa joined the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel’ on Saturday (October 2nd) for the series' premiere at the Regal Theatre in Los Angeles. Gaga makes her small screen acting debut in the FX horror series’, playing the mysterious Countess Elizabeth who is set to make a big splash this season.
Lady Gaga at the premiere of ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’.
Dressed in a stunning, low cut, scarlet gown, Gaga was accompanied by her fiancé Taylor Kinney and the couple weren’t afraid to show some affection on the red carpet. The singer wore her blonde hair in long, loose curls, while sporting red lipstick to match her striking gown.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga Leads The Cast At 'American Horror Story: Hotel' Premiere
Last year Taylor Swift received the honour.
Lady GaGa will receive 2015’s Billboard Woman of the Year award at this year’s Women in Music ceremony, it has been announced. Gaga succeeds last year’s honouree Taylor Swift for the award, which celebrates the achievements of female artists.
Lady Gaga has been named Billboard’s Woman of the Year.
For the first time in the award’s history they will be broadcast live by the Lifetime channel, as part of a new three year deal. The awards will take place on December 11th at the Cipriani Midtown in New York and air on Lifetime, December 18th.
Continue reading: Billboard Names Lady Gaga Its 'Woman Of The Year'
The new music video ties in with the documentary 'The Hunting Ground', released back in January this year.
Lady GaGa has today released a brand new music video in support of a documentary film The Hunting Ground that was released earlier this year, which looked at the problem surrounding rape and sexual assault on university campuses.
The new song, released on Friday (September 18th), is titled ‘’Til It Happens to You’, and was co-written with the Canadian artist and songwriter Diane Warren. Some of the proceeds of the new track will be donated to organisations working with survivors of sexual assault.
The five-minute clip, which Gaga shared on social media, features distressing imagery and at one point depicts two women being drugged and attacked at a college party. Mainly, it focusses on women who have experienced different ordeals and how they cope with them.
She hit out at Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Rihanna and Lady Gaga in an excerpt of her new autobiography in Time Out.
Grace Jones has unleashed a tirade of criticism at all manner of modern pop stars, from Minaj to Miley, by describing them as “middle of the stream” and lamenting the current state of the music industry, in her new autobiography.
‘I’ll Never Write My Memoirs’ is released on September 29th, but as a taster she has published a few excerpts from the new book via Time Out. In one of them, Jones complains that a whole host of pop stars have copied her style but have no “long-term vision”, coming off as unoriginal and therefore easily replaceable.
“Trends come along and people say, ‘follow that trend’,” she writes. “There’s a lot of that around at the moment: 'Be like Sasha Fierce. Be like Miley Cyrus. Be like Rihanna. Be like Lady GaGa. Be like Rita Ora and Sia. Be like Madonna.’ I cannot be like them – except to the extent that they are already being like me.”
Continue reading: Grace Jones Hits Out At Unoriginal Modern Pop Artists
The stars of ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ have revealed some more details about Lady Gaga’s pool party last week in which she dyed her pool blood red.
Lady GaGa is an artist known for her eccentricities so it seemed like a match made in heaven when she was cast in American Horror Story: Hotel. To celebrate the upcoming series, Gaga threw a pool party at her Los Angeles home and invited the cast and crew of AHS: Hotel. Obviously, the 29-year-old couldn’t just throw any old pool party and she even dyed her swimming pool blood red for the occasion.
Lady Gaga photographed in London in June 2015.
Two new ‘American Horror Story’ teasers have been released and they’re absolutely terrifying!
Two more teaser trailers for American Horror Story: Hotel have been released and you should be prepared to be afraid – very, very afraid! The two teasers, released on Friday (21st August) are probably the creepiest to have been released from the entire anthology series and, considering the content of the past seasons, that’s certainly saying something!
Lady GaGa stars in American Horror Story: Hotel.
Lily Rabe will play real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in two episodes of ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’.
Actress Lily Rabe is set to play real-life serial killer Aileen Wuornos in the upcoming series of American Horror Story: Hotel. The news was announced last week by creator Ryan Murphy at American Horror Story’s TCA panel in Los Angeles.
Lily Rabe at the premiere of Dead Accounts at the Music Box Theatre in New York, November 2012.
Lady Gaga’s character on ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ has been revealed!
We still have another three months to wait until the next season of American Horror Story: Hotel airs on FX but the hype is already building as new details come to light. On Friday (8th August), the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel assembled in Los Angeles at the Television Critics Association and they revealed who they would be playing in the upcoming series. Lady GaGa was not at the event but details about her character were revealed by the show’s creator, Ryan Murphy.
Lady Gaga at the 46th Annual Induction at the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York in June 2015.
Things are going to get really, really evil in ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’.
‘American Horror Story’ co-creator Ryan Murphy was a surprise guest at show’s Comic-Con panel over the weekend, with the writer revealing some juicy details about the series' upcoming fifth season. Titled ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’, FX has been keeping tight-lipped over what’s in store for the show’s fans with ony a few details getting out, until now.
Details on Lady GaGa’s American Horror Story: Hotel’s character have been revealed.
Murphy described the new season as the show’s darkest and spookiest yet, revealing that it will featuring many of ‘AHS’s’ best loved characters turing bad. According to the writer everybody on the panel, which included Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Emma Roberts, Angela Bassett, and newbie Matt Bomer will be 'bad boys and girls’ this season.
Ellen Degeneres, Neil Patrick Harris and others show their happiness over the news.
All around the world hearts are bursting with victory as marriage equality is held up by law in every single US state. Celebrities have flocked to Twitter in their hundreds to express their support of the news, as the Supreme Court finally rules that same-sex marriage is legal under the Constitution.
Ellen Degeneres Tweeted her support of the marriage equality ruling
It's been a long time coming but the US has finally followed in the footsteps of the UK and Ireland by legalizing same-sex marriage in a move that has touched the hearts of millions. Justice Anthony M. Kennedy revealed the majority opinion was 5 to 4, before sharing his own thoughts on the verdict for those who would be affected. 'Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves', he said. 'Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization's oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.'
Continue reading: #LoveWins: Stars Celebrate US Marriage Equality Revolution
Gaga received the contemporary icon award at the ceremony in New York.
Lady GaGa, Cyndi Lauper and Van Morrison were among the honourees at Thursday night’s Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, held at the Marriott Marquis in New York’s Times Square. The three-hour ceremony featured plenty of tears and heartfelt speeches, as well as some stunning live performances from artists across the musical spectrum.
Lady Gaga was presented the award by friend and collaborator Tony Bennett.
Gaga was honoured with the contemporary icon award, presented to her by singer and Cheek to Cheek collaborator Tony Bennett. For the occasion Gaga dressed in a black leather look bra and panties cover by a red riding coat. The singer also performed at the event, covering Four Non Blondes’ classic ‘What’s Up’.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga, Van Morrison And Cyndi Lauper Enter Songwriters Hall Of Fame
'Freak Show' star Finn Wittrock reveals why he's excited about Lady Gaga's appearance in the fifth season.
The man who played psychopath Dandy in the fourth series of 'American Horror Story' has given his thoughts on Lady GaGa's guest appearance in this year's chapter of the blood-spattered anthology.
Finn Wittrock's portrayal of Dandy was a highlight of 'Freak Show'
Speaking to Variety, actor Finn Wittrock recalled his reaction when he first heard the 'Bad Romance' singer would be guest starring in 'American Horror Story: Hotel' later this year.
The duo had to pull out of their Royal Albert Hall performances because Bennett had the flu
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett had to cancel their planned show
The crooner and his often controversial partner, whose daring outfits have included a dress of meat, had already performed for Prince Harry on Monday; however, it seems like that was all a bit too much for 88-year-old Bennett who put paid to a second night of dueting because of the flu.
Continue reading: Lady Gaga And Tony Bennett Cancelled Concert Will Not Be Rescheduled
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