Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Lady Gaga 'Ethereal' In 'You And I' Fashion Film

Lady Gaga 'Ethereal' In 'You And I' Fashion Film:

Fashion photographers Inez & Vinoodh, who also shot Gaga's Harper's Bazaar cover, tell MTV News, 'It's purely her.'
By Jocelyn Vena








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While on the Nebraska set of her "Yoü and I" video, Lady Gaga worked on many projects. Not only did fashion photographers Inez & Vinoodh shoot her Harper's Bazaar cover while on set there, they also worked on a series of fashion films.


The films put a spotlight on each of the characters from her epic "Yoü and I" clip. Her first dropped earlier this month and features Gaga as her nymph alter ego.

"We built a studio in a pig sty and worked for three days with her constantly coming off set to us and filming with us and taking pictures," Inez dished. "What's incredible in there is that this is Gaga, as herself in the character that she is, related to the 'Yoü and I' video, and it's purely her.

"You can tell, especially in the one that came out now, she's so happy and she's loving her life and she's really, you can tell, she's reaching her full potential. It's a complete being."

So, what is Nymph Gaga like? "It's a very pure being, and it's kind of like the sweetest, most ethereal side of her," Inez added. "And you know when you meet her, she's so real."

The duo confirm they are working on the rest of the series, and five more will drop once Mother Monster gives her final go-ahead.

"She asked us to make these videos as a bridge between fashion and rock and roll, and since both are kind of equally important for her as an inspiration and starting point," they said. "So, she really said to us, 'Do your thing, what you would do in fashion context,' let's say, but relate it to the characters that she is in the 'Yoü and I' video."

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Lady Gaga, Eminem, Justin Timberlake Take Home Emmys

Lady Gaga, Eminem, Justin Timberlake Take Home Emmys:

The Creative Arts Emmys were handed out Saturday night, with the prime-time Emmys slated for next Sunday.
By Jocelyn Vena








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A number of the music industry's biggest names took home some prizes over the weekend. No, you didn't miss some big music awards show. Instead, the likes of Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga and Eminem won Creative Arts Emmy Awards for their recent work on various television projects.

Timberlake took home two Emmys: one for guest-hosting "Saturday Night Live" and another for co-writing the lyrics to his monologue song from the show, according to The New York Times. Timberlake previously won four Emmys for his work on the hit sketch comedy show.

Gwyneth Paltrow took home an Emmy for her guest-starring role on "Glee." The Chrysler 200 commercial starring Eminem also took home an Emmy, according to Allhiphop.com. The commercial, titled "Born of Fire," features the Detroit-born rapper driving through his hometown while his track "Lose Yourself" plays in the background.

"We were very surprised," Aaron Allen, the creative director at Wieden + Kennedy, the ad agency that created the commercial, said. "We really wanted to win but wondered if humor would win instead."

HBO's drama "Boardwalk Empire" was the big winner at Saturday night's Emmy ceremony. The show took home seven awards including art direction, editing, sound editing and visual effects.

HBO also took home awards for "Mildred Pierce," the Lady Gaga Monster Ball concert special that aired earlier this year and the children's program called "A Child's Garden of Poetry."

The Creative Arts Emmy show will air on the ReelzChannel on Saturday. The prime-time Emmys will take place Sunday in Los Angeles.




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Lady Gaga, Bono, Usher To Headline Bill Clinton Foundation Fundraiser

Lady Gaga, Bono, Usher To Headline Bill Clinton Foundation Fundraiser:

October 15 show will be streamed live over the Internet.
By Gil Kaufman








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Even a dozen years removed from the White House, former president Bill Clinton still has that same superstar-attracting aura. That might explain why such bright lights as Lady Gaga, Bono and The Edge of U2, and Usher have signed on to perform at an October 15 party for Clinton at the Hollywood Bowl.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, details on the final list of performers and presenters are still being worked on, but an impressive list of movie and TV personalities are expected to sign on for the event, which is being billed as a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Clinton's nonprofit William J. Clinton Foundation.

To date, the foundation has raised more than $10 billion for some of the ex-president's most cherished causes, including HIV/AIDS treatment, economic empowerment, food aid and global health initiatives. The show, which will also serve as a birthday party celebration for the former Democratic leader (who turned 65 on August 19), will be broadcast exclusively by Yahoo, which will stream "A Decade of Difference: A Concert Celebrating 10 Years of the William J. Clinton Foundation" worldwide to a potential audience of millions.

Clinton continues to travel the world doing good works, though he turned his attention homeward over the weekend when he participated in the 10th anniversary ceremonies of the September 11 terror attacks. He announced on Sunday that he will team with Republican House Speaker John Boehner in a bipartisan effort to raise the final $10 million needed to complete the Fight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.




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Lady Gaga Recalls 'Self-Indulgent' Drug Use In Jean-Paul Gaultier Special

Lady Gaga Recalls 'Self-Indulgent' Drug Use In Jean-Paul Gaultier Special:

'I don't encourage anyone to follow that path,' Gaga says of partying youth in interview aired on the CW.
By Jocelyn Vena








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Lady Gaga sat down with French fashion pioneer Jean-Paul Gaultier for a special that aired Monday night on the CW. The singer opened up to the fashion designer about her beginnings and what she calls her "self-indulgent" youth.

"I just was partying and being very self-indulgent and trying to find myself. In hindsight, it's so dangerous, and I don't encourage anyone to follow that path," she told the designer.
"I remember my dad ... I was actually doing drugs in my parents' house one day and they didn't know I was in the bathroom. I came out, and my father could tell, and I just remember feeling so embarrassed and I quit instantly."

Despite her hard-partying ways, Gaga always maintained her pop star ambitions. She talked about quitting college, performing in small New York clubs and making the decision to take off her clothes during her performances to get everyone's attention.

"I knew that there was something I loved about the shock-art potential of what I could create," she said. "I like to liberate myself with my ability to change."

She later likened that philosophy to her look: "I still love trash glamour; it's so much of my favorite thing about getting dressed. I love the mixture of things that are really elegant with things that are really trashy."

That combination has made her a superstar. She explained, "My cultural contribution and social contribution was really an honor and I'm still so humbled by it. I hope I can continue to use my voice to make an impact on my generation."




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Adele, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber Land New Guinness Records

Adele, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber Land New Guinness Records:

Rihanna, Lil Wayne, Black Eyed Peas and 'Glee' also get new entries in the 'Guinness Book of World Records.'
By Gil Kaufman








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Adele has been on a record-setting tear all year and now the British songbird can claim to be a "Guinness Book of World Records" champ. The upcoming 2012 edition of the book reveals that the "Rolling in the Deep" singer is in good company, as Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Willow Smith and Justin Bieber also set some high-water marks over the past 12 months.

Adele can count three records, including first female to land two singles and two albums in the U.K. top five simultaneously — which only the Beatles had achieved before in 1963. Her breakthrough second CD, 21, claimed the record as the first album in U.K. chart history to sell 3 million copies in one calendar year.

She also logged the most consecutive weeks with the #1 album in the U.K. for a solo female with 11 weeks at the top — beating a record previously held by Madonna's The Immaculate Collection — and most cumulative weeks with a U.K. #1 for a solo female (18), beating out both Alanis Morissette and Shania Twain, who shared the previous record at 11 weeks.

Lady Gaga's social media predominance was rewarded, landing her the Most Followers on Twitter crown with 11,259,372 as of June 29 (she's currently at 13,469,754). In addition, "Poker Face" was honored for Most Weeks on U.S. Digital Hot Songs chart at 83 weeks. Gaga made the book last year for having the most consecutive weeks on the U.K. chart and being the most searched-for woman on the Internet.

Some other new records:

Justin Bieber: The singer's "Baby" was dubbed the Most Popular Video of Any Kind Online, thanks to 463,820,304 views as of February 16, 2011.

The Black Eyed Peas: The Biggest Selling Download in the U.K. is "I Gotta Feeling," the first-ever track to go over 1 million downloads in England.

J.K. Rowling: The "Harry Potter" author is lauded for being the First Billionaire Author thanks to sales of more than 400 million copies of the books worldwide.

"Glee": The hit show scored the Most Hit Singles in a Calendar Year with 48 making it into the U.K. top 75 in 2011, breaking their previous record of 45 hits in 2010.

Rihanna: First Female to have U.K. #1 singles in five consecutive years (2007-2011), from "Rude Boy" to her most recent, "Only Girl (In the World)." Only Elvis and the Beatles have had more U.K. #1 singles in consecutive years.

Willow Smith: The Youngest Transatlantic Top 20 Artist, thanks to "Whip My Hair" hitting the top 20 when she was only 10 years old.

Lil Wayne: Most U.S. Hot 100 Hits by a Rap Artist with 64 between 1999 and 2010.

U2: Highest Grossing Music Tour for the 360 outing, which by April 2011 had raked in more than $539 million for 110 shows between July 2009 and July 2011.




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Lady Gaga Goes Topless In Latest 'You And I' Fashion Film

Lady Gaga Goes Topless In Latest 'You And I' Fashion Film:

Singer appears as the 'Bride' in the clip, which dropped late Tuesday.
By Jocelyn Vena








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Two down, four more to go. On Tuesday night, Lady Gaga tweeted out her latest "Yoü and I" fashion film. After portraying "Nymph" in the first one, Gaga portrays the black-clad Bride in the latest installment, which she tweeted out to her Little Monsters.


The Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin-directed clip features Gaga wearing her outfit from the opening scenes of the proper "Yoü and I" video in which she stands at the cornfield crossroads.

During the two-minute, 28-second clip, Gaga dances around in her black chiffon outfit, slowly stripping away her blond wig and couture. By the end, she's topless, with her hands covering her breasts. Some of Gaga's monsters and pals make an appearance in the video as well, including blink-and-miss-it appearances from her video co-star "Vampire Diaries" actor Taylor Kinney and her stylist Nicola Formichetti.

The black-and-white clip also has funny, kitschy moments showing Gaga smiling, laughing and making funny faces for the camera. The videos were shot while Mother Monster and her entire Haus were in Nebraska earlier this summer working on the Laurieann Gibson-directed clip.

Each of the six films will focus on one of Gaga's characters in the original video, which includes her mermaid incarnation, Yuyi and her male alter ego, Jo Calderone. "We built a studio in a pigsty and worked for three days with her constantly coming off set to us and filming with us and taking pictures," Inez told MTV News. "What's incredible in there is that this is Gaga as herself, in the character that she is, related to the 'Yoü and I' video, and it's purely her."




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Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry Nab MTV EMA Nods

Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry Nab MTV EMA Nods:

Gaga leads Europe Music Awards nominees with six nods, including Best Video and Biggest Fans at November 6 show.
By Jocelyn Vena








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Lady Gaga is ruling the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards nominees list.

Mother Monster, who nabbed six EMA nominations, is followed by Katy Perry and Bruno Mars with four noms; Adele, Justin Bieber and Thirty Seconds to Mars are each up for three.

Gaga is up for Best Female, Best Live Act, Best Pop Act, Best Song and Best Video for "Born This Way." She scored the sixth nom in the Biggest Fans category, an honor she'll share with her Little Monsters if she wins.

American and Canadian audiences can vote for the North American nominee for the Worldwide Act award, who will represent the continent at the EMAs against contenders from across the globe.

So, who will go head-to-head with the superstar? Adele's unstoppable "Rolling in the Deep," Bruno Mars' "Grenade," Jennifer Lopez's "On the Floor" (featuring Pitbull) and Katy Perry's "Firework" will go up against Gaga for Best Song.

For Best Pop, Britney Spears, Bieber, Perry, Rihanna and Gaga are set to face off, while Adele, Beyoncé, J.Lo, Katy and Gaga also made the final cut for Best Female.

Battling it out in the Best Male category are Bruno Mars, David Guetta, Bieber, Kanye West and Eminem, who's also up for Best Hip Hop alongside Lil Wayne, Jay-Z and Kanye West (a.k.a. the Throne), Pitbull and Snoop Dogg.

Coldplay, the Foo Fighters, Linkin Park, Kings of Leon and Red Hot Chili Peppers are up for Best Rock. And the night's big prize, Best Video, features the most eclectic mix of nominees: Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," the Beastie Boys' "Make Some Noise," Beyoncé's "Run the World (Girls)," Justice's "Civilization" and Gaga's "Born This Way."

On Monday morning (September 19), Bieber reacted to the nods on Twitter, writing, "Just got word that we got 3 MTV EMA Nominations for Best Male, Best Pop, Biggest Fans!! THANKS SO MUCH! LEt's VOTE!!!"

Well, those fans better take note. Beliebers voting in the Biggest Fans category will face off against his girlfriend Selena Gomez's followers, Thirty Second to Mars' devotees, Paramore's biggest admirers and, of course, Lady Gaga's Monsters.

The MTV Europe Music Awards air live on November 6 from Belfast, Ireland. For a complete list of nominees and to vote for your favorite artists, check out the MTV EMA website. Stick with MTV News as we roll out more information on performers and presenters.




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Lady Gaga Plays Yuyi In Third 'You And I' Fashion Film

Lady Gaga Plays Yuyi In Third 'You And I' Fashion Film:

Third of six fashion films for 'Yoü and I' features Gaga's mermaid character.
By Jocelyn Vena








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Three down, three to go. Lady Gaga released her third "Yoü and I" fashion film, and this time she's portraying her mermaid incarnation, Yüyi.


The previous two videos took a closer look at her Nymph character and her Bride character from the original, full-length "Yoü and I" video.

The latest installment features a montage of behind-the-scenes shots of Gaga making her way out of her trailer as she is carried around the Nebraska set of her video to the barn where a majority of the video takes place. She's carried through the cornfields of Nebraska by two crew members.

Gaga is seen gyrating on the all-white set as Yüyi, bouncing on her director's chair and flopping around like the fish out of water her character is. The Inez-and-Vinoodh-directed video also features cameos by a bare-chested cowboy, one of the crew members who carried her around in the behind-the-scenes footage, and Nicola Formichetti, the singer's longtime stylist and Mugler creative director.

The clip closes out as Yüyi-fied Gaga and her crew make their way into the barn, where all the original "Yoü and I" magic took place. "It's like she really gives so much," Inez recalled of shooting the clips. "Sometimes we were shooting, it was like 3 a.m., and she's been on set forever and still you get an incredible performance — full of fire.

"It was exciting, it was intense. It was 108 degrees, but it was exciting because there's so much energy. We had great people around us," the fashion photographer added.

In addition to its Web debut late Tuesday, Formichetti tweeted an invitation to a premiere event for the new "Yoü and I" fashion film held at a New York pop-up store. The video premiered there on the eve of the store's closing.




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Lady Gaga Calls For Meeting With Obama After Bullied Teen's Suicide

Lady Gaga Calls For Meeting With Obama After Bullied Teen's Suicide:

Following the death of Jamey Rodemeyer, Gaga pledges to help make bullying a hate crime.
By Gil Kaufman








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Lady Gaga was so shaken with the news about the death of 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer this weekend that she has called for President Obama to enact laws making bullying a hate crime.


Rodemeyer, who had posted an "It Gets Better" video in May about his long struggle with bullying at school, took his life on Sunday after what his parents said was years of taunting over his sexuality.

In his video, Rodemeyer cited Gaga as an inspiration, saying, "She makes me so happy. She lets me know that I was born this way. And that's my advice to you from her: You were born this way. All you have to do is hold your head up and you'll go far." The teen seems on the verge of tears when discussing Gaga's message and promising to keep on going despite the hate.

On Wednesday, Gaga expressed her sadness over Rodemeyer's death. "The past days I've spent reflecting, crying, and yelling," she tweeted. "I have so much anger. It is hard to feel love when cruelty takes someone's life." She went further, posting Rodemeyer's "Better" video, and insisting that bullying "must become illegal. It is a hate crime."

In fact, Gaga claimed in a subsequent tweet, she's so upset that she is planning to meet with President Obama on the matter.

"I will not stop fighting," she wrote. "This must end. Our generation has the power to end it. Trend it #MakeALawForJamey." A spokesperson for the White House could not confirm at press time if Gaga has officially set up a meeting with the president to discuss the issue.

MTV's ongoing "A Thin Line" project provides stories and resources for anyone who believes they are being cyberbullied or who is looking for ways to stop harassment by digital means.




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MTV Exclusive: Lady Gaga To Premiere Film At Paris Fashion Week

MTV Exclusive: Lady Gaga To Premiere Film At Paris Fashion Week:

Singer will debut the film during the Mugler fashion show.
By Jocelyn Vena








Lady Gaga in a tease for her short film


Photo: Mugler





Lady Gaga is set to give her Little Monsters a big surprise at Paris Fashion Week next Wednesday. MTV News can exclusively announce that Mother Monster will debut a brand-new short film during the spring/summer 2012 fashion show for the Mugler Women's Wear Collection in Paris next week.

The film was directed by "Yoü and I" fashion-film directors and fashion photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin under the creative direction of Nicola Formichetti, Mugler's creative director and Gaga's stylist.

The film will feature a previously-unreleased remix of one of Gaga's songs. For those not lucky enough to attend, a special edit of the film will drop the following day online. In an exclusive behind-the-scenes still, fans are teased with a peek at Gaga's face and her long, straight blond hair.
In addition, starting Monday, Mugler.tumblr.com will feature live blogging from Mugler's Atelier.

While little is known about what the Haus of Gaga have up their sleeve for this latest film, the clapper board does reveal some hints. The date on the board is 09.20.2011, perhaps a hint as to when Gaga, Formichetti, and Inez and Vinoodh shot the video.

This isn't the first time Gaga and Mugler have collaborated in this way. Besides the fact that Formichetti is her stylist, she's also given fans brand-new music at his shows. In January, she debuted a remix of her Born This Way track "Scheiße" at a Mugler fashion show. Then in March, Gaga not only walked in a Mugler show, she also debuted her song "Government Hooker" during the same show.

Experts agree that the Mugler/Gaga relationship is one of the best in the business. "Gaga working with people like Nicola Formichetti has allowed designers like him and like the late Alexander McQueen to step out of the world of high fashion, which is often perceived of as elite, and become part of the mainstream music landscape as she's used high fashion to build her own personal musical narrative," MTV Buzzworthy blog editor Tamar Anitai said.

MTV Style blog editor Mary H.K. Choi calls their work together "a pop culture moment. ... I think we can all agree that Lady Gaga's relationship with Nicola Formichetti has been entirely synergistic," she said. "When she walked the Mugler runway in Paris last season, not only did she model with aplomb, but her debut of 'Government Hooker' galvanized the show as a pop culture moment. The clothing was beautiful, granted, very much the sexy, bombastic Mugler aesthetic of the '80s and early '90s, but the confluence of Gaga, her music and Formichetti — all streamed live on Facebook — made the collection a must-see event."

For more on Lady Gaga and her style, visit Style.MTV.com.




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Lady Gaga And Cher Make 'History' On 'Greatest Thing'

Lady Gaga And Cher Make 'History' On 'Greatest Thing':

Producer RedOne tells MTV News how the Gaga track turned into one seriously epic duet.
By Kara Warner








Cher and Lady Gaga


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For all the Lady Gaga and Cher fans out there who fainted at the news that two of pop music's biggest stars have teamed up on a soon-to-be released record, your wait is almost over!


Cher herself confirmed via Twitter back in August that we would hear "The Greatest Thing" sometime in September, and because the month is quickly coming to an end, we should only have a few more days to wait to hear the highly anticipated track.

To hold you over until the release, MTV News recently caught up with RedOne, the producer mastermind behind the soon-to-be hit, to find out how the song came to be and why everyone will love it.

"[Gaga and I] recorded the song a few years ago, and we were always in the studio enjoying that song. It's weird we never did anything with it," he said. "So I remember my management and Cher's management were trying to get us together, and I thought, 'Oh my God, I'd love to meet Cher, just to meet her!' And so I met her, I played her some songs, and I played her 'The Greatest Thing,' and she loved it. She said, 'This is my song,' I said, 'Yes, it's your song.' "


RedOne said he let Gaga know via text message, and she was ecstatic. Then, about a month later, Red received a text from Gaga that inspired an epic pairing.

"I cut the vocals with Cher first, and I was in Madrid and got a text from Gaga saying, 'I'm thinking about jumping on the song in the remix,' " he recalled. "I was like, 'No, you should jump on the original! Make it a duet.' She said, 'Oh yes, OK, absolutely,' and then I spoke to Cher, and it became a party.

"Everybody loved it," he added. "Gaga on it, Cher, two big icons, [they are] part of music history. So it happened. I'm very happy to be a part of this."

Of course, RedOne wouldn't reveal when we'll hear the track, only that it's coming soon.

What are you expecting from a Gaga/Cher duet? Let us know in the comments below!




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Lady Gaga Honors Jamey Rodemeyer At iHeartRadio Festival

Lady Gaga Honors Jamey Rodemeyer At iHeartRadio Festival:

Gay teen committed suicide last weekend after suffering years of bullying.
By Gil Kaufman








Lady Gaga performs at the iHeartRadio Music Festival


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Just days after once again speaking out against bullying, Lady Gaga dedicated a moving version of "Hair" to teen Jamey Rodemeyer at the iHeartRadio music festival in Las Vegas on Saturday. The gay teen committed suicide last week after enduring years of bullying by his school peers, inspiring Gaga to tweet that she was going to meet with President Obama to encourage him to pass legislation outlawing bullying.

Following up on her promise, Gaga attended an Obama fundraiser in Los Angeles over the weekend, where a source told MTV News last week that she was expected to bring up the topic if the two were able to get a moment together. According to The Associated Press, Gaga was among the guests at an intimate Sunday night gathering at the home of Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, wearing a sleeveless gown and high heels. A spokesperson for Gaga had not returned requests for comment at press time inquiring about whether the meeting of the minds had taken place.

The two-night iHeartRadio festival unfolded at the MGM Grand in Vegas and featured sets from Jay-Z, the Black Eyed Peas, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Bruno Mars, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, David Guetta, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez and Usher.

For photos of Gaga, Jennifer Lopez and others at the iHeartRadio festival, click here.

"We lost a Little Monster this week," Gaga said of the 14-year-old Rodemeyer during the show, as a picture of the teen was shown on a screen onstage. "I wrote this record about how your identity is really all you've got when you're in school ... so tonight, Jamey, I know you're up there looking at us, and you're not a victim ... you're a lesson to all of us. I know it's a bit of a downer, but sometimes the right thing is more important than the music."

The Amherst Police Department has opened a criminal investigation into Rodemeyer's death and is considering harassment, cyberharassment and hate crimes charges against a number of teens who may have been involved in bullying Jamey.




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Lady Gaga 'Already Working' On Born This Way Follow-Up

Lady Gaga 'Already Working' On Born This Way Follow-Up:

Singer's manager hopes Gaga will release next LP for free.
By James Montgomery








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This may not come as a shock to anyone who's marveled at her multitasking ways, but just four months after the release of her Born This Way album, says she's already working on the follow-up, which she says will be released "sooner rather than later."


That's what she told Ryan Seacrest just before the iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas, adding that the new disc is just one of many projects she's juggling at the moment.

"I'm actually already working on my next album," she said. "So I've been working on that. I've been planning the next tour, which keeps me very excited and busy because I have lots of new ideas, and I know exactly how I want it to look. I'm also planning my next music video. I have lots of things to do, but in truth, I feel like I'm the most alive when I'm onstage."

And while there's still no release date (or any concrete information) on Gaga's next album, her manager, Troy Carter, recently suggested that, if he has his way, Gaga might give the record away for free.

Check out photos of Lady Gaga and others at the iHeartRadio festival.

"If it was up to me, I'd give away the next album and put it on every handset that I can put it on," Carter said last week at the f8 conference in San Francisco. "You can't be scared to fail.
Sometimes we're going to get big results, and sometimes you learn a lesson, make an adjustment and move on."

Gaga made waves back in May with the multitude of methods she promoted Born This Way, including a much-discussed 99-cent pricing scheme with Amazon.com, which temporarily crashed the site.

A spokesperson for Gaga's label could not be reached for comment by MTV News about the new album.




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Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Nirvana Among O Music Award Nominees

Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Nirvana Among O Music Award Nominees:

Katy Perry, Odd Future, Demi Lovato will also face off on October 31 in categories like Oops! I Did It Online and Fan Army FTW.
By Gil Kaufman








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The list of nominees runs from Justin Bieber to Courtney Love, Britney Spears, Scissor Sisters, Katy Perry, Bjork, Nirvana, Dolly Parton and Snoop Dogg, and that can only mean one thing: It must be time for the O Music Awards again.

When MTV launched its first-annual digital music celebration earlier this year, we promised that it would be like no other awards show, with trophies handed out before, after and during the show, as well as throughout the year.


Sticking to that plan, the O Awards will return for a second round on October 31, with some of the new categories coming courtesy of user suggestions.

Among the five new user-generated categories are "Oops! I Did It Online," in which over-sharing celebs such as Sinead O'Connor and T-Pain will face off against the Game and Courtney Love; and Best Artist with a Cameraphone, which pits Demi Lovato against Bieber, Young the Giant, Katy Perry, the Deftones and Shiny Toy Guns. The other new categories include Best Web Born Artist (MNDR, Odd Future, the Weeknd), Best Vintage Viral Video (Metallica, Nirvana, Notorious B.I.G., O'Connor) and Best Lyrics Video (Perry, Joe Jonas, Lenny Kravitz, Christina Perri).

Among Gaga's two nominations are Fan Army FTW — in which she'll square off with the followers of Bieber, Taylor Swift, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Lovato, ICP, Adam Lambert and Tokio Hotel — and Must Follow Artist on Twitter, in which she faces Cher, Snoop Dogg, Blink-182's Mark Hoppus and Blake Shelton.

The O Music Awards will also honor a number of artists who are really good at this whole online thing, with Bjork, Chris Milk, Girl Talk and the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne vying for the Digital Genius Award.

The other categories include: Best Fan Cover, Hottest Music NILF (think about it), WTF I Love This Award (online craziness), the self-explanatory Too Much Ass for TV award, Most Outrageous Tweet and Best Music Forum. There are also awards coming for Most Innovative Festival, Best Music App, Best Music Hack, Beyond the Blog and Most Addictive Social Music Service, which includes such faves as Spotify, Turntable.fm and Rdio.

The first edition of the awards featured performances by Mumford & Sons, Foster the People, Lupe Fiasco, Matt & Kim and a world record freestyle by Chiddy Bang's Chidera "Chiddy" Anamege

The O Music Award's first-time winners included Gaga (Most Innovative Artist and Must Follow Artist on Twitter), Kanye West (Best Tweet), Tokio Hotel's Aliens (Fan Army FTW), Thirty Seconds to Mars (NSFW Music Video), Aquarium Drunkard (Best Independent Music Blog) and MJJ Fan Community (Best Fan Forum).

The O Music Awards 2 will unfold on Halloween on OMUsicAwards.com, as well as MTV.com, VH1.com, CMT.com, LogoTV.com and MTVHive.com. Fans can vote for their favorites at OMUsicAwards.com.




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Lady Gaga Questions President Obama On Bullying

Lady Gaga Questions President Obama On Bullying:

Mother Monster attended an Obama fundraiser over the weekend at home of Facebook COO.
By Gil Kaufman








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Lady Gaga is not one to make a promise to her Little Monsters and not keep it. That explains why she raised her hand and asked President Obama a question about bullying at a Silicon Valley fundraising event for the Commander in Chief over the weekend at the home of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg.


The $38,500-per-couple event for around 70 guests took place under a tent in Sandberg's yard and, according to ABC News, it's where Gaga made good on a Twitter vow she'd posted last Wednesday in reaction to the suicide of bullied teen Jamey Rodemeyer. Gaga — who turned heads in a black dress with a dramatically plunging back, extremely high heels, a blond upswept hairdo and a black veil covering the back of her hair — brought up the issue during the Q&A segment of the event.

Though a transcript of the exchange is not available, according to reports, she first thanked Obama for what he's done so far on the subject — which includes a forum held earlier this year about bullying and an "It Gets Better" video — and then read from what she described as a letter from a fan about the suicide of another Little Monster who had been bullied.

After congratulating the president on all of the things he's accomplished so far in his first term, Gaga made what was described as a "general plea" to everyone in the room, including the president, to do what they can to prevent bullying. Obama then reportedly thanked her, re-iterated his administration's anti-bullying work and spoke in general about the importance of values.

Gaga also reportedly had a bit of face time with Obama before dinner, when she walked through the photo line with her manager and spoke to the president for two minutes in a room full of other guests. The singer dedicated her song "Hair" to Rodemeyer at Saturday's iHeartRadio festival in Las Vegas, speaking out in support of the gay teen who committed suicide last week after enduring years of bullying by his school peers.

Just days after the 14-year-old's death, Gaga was so shaken that she called on Obama to enact laws that would make bullying a hate crime. "The past days I've spent reflecting, crying, and yelling," she tweeted on Wednesday. "I have so much anger. It is hard to feel love when cruelty takes someone's life." She went further, posting Rodemeyer's "It Gets Better" video, and insisting that bullying "must become illegal. It is a hate crime."

It was then that she revealed she planned to meet with Obama to discuss the matter.

MTV's ongoing "A Thin Line" project provides stories and resources for anyone who believes they are being cyberbullied or who is looking for ways to stop harassment by digital means. And check out our story for more info on the results of a recent MTV/Associated Press study about the prevalence of digital abuse and cyberbullying among young people.

What do you think of Lady Gaga's activism on the bullying issue? We want to hear from you in the comments section.




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Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett Music Video Debuts Monday

Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett Music Video Debuts Monday:

'Lady Is a Tramp' clip is the second from Duets II, following 'Body and Soul' with the late Amy Winehouse.
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Tony Bennett just scored his first #1 album with Duets II, and now the legend is ready to drop another video from the collabo project.

On Monday, his video for "The Lady Is a Tramp" — with a blue-haired Lady Gaga by his side — will hit the Web. On the track, Gaga gets a little feisty with the 85-year-old. "I hate California, it's crowded and damp," the New York-native Gaga sings, before Bennett chimes in giggling, "That's why the lady is a tramp."


"My favorite is that Lady Gaga," Bennett gushed to MTV News at the Video Music Awards, where Gaga spent the night in character as her male alter ego, Jo Calderone. "She's the biggest. I'll tell you, I never met anyone with more talent than that lady."

Earlier this month, Bennett's "Body and Soul" video with the late Amy Winehouse debuted. The duo were filmed recording the song together, and the Gaga video will most likely follow suit. Other Duets II collaborations include John Mayer, Carrie Underwood and Mariah Carey, among others.

Riding high on his new wave of success — including first-week sales of 179,000 copies — Bennett said his career has always been incredibly cyclical. "I'm 85; I just want to tell you, it's a very strange situation," he said. "I always worked live, and ever since 1950, wherever I've played internationally I've been sold out all these years. It's amazing. So the public's been on my side all the time."

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Lady Gaga Has Three Heads In New Fashion Film

Lady Gaga Has Three Heads In New Fashion Film:

Mother Monster collaborates with Thierry Mugler for latest visual art piece that debuted at Paris Fashion Week.
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Lady Gaga and her pal, Thierry Mugler designer Nicola Formichetti, hit Paris Fashion Week once again, dropping a new film during the Mugler women's wear show on Wednesday.

As MTV News previously reported, Gaga and Formichetti teamed up with directors Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for the project. On Thursday (September 29), fans not in Paris for Fashion Week got to see a
special edit of the film when it premiered online.

The video, which mixes Mugler runway show footage with clips from the new Gaga film, offers another take on Mother Monster's ever-evolving persona. It opens on a close-up of Gaga's face, her teeth diamond-encrusted, as she says, "Sometimes, my heart sometimes feels so black ... and other days my heart feels like rainbows."

She flips her multicolored hair, saying, "I am Paris. We are Paris." In the next scene, a three-headed Gaga dances while a haunting track plays in the background. The image is reminiscent of the one that appeared on the cover of V magazine earlier this year. (As for the runway show, the clothes seen in the video are futuristic in style, in mostly muted tones.)

The directors, Inez and Vinoodh, worked with Gaga on her "Yoü and I" fashion films and, so far, three have featured some of her alter egos, including the nymph, the bride and Yüyi the mermaid. More "Yoü and I" films are expected to premiere, but when and where remains a mystery.

Gaga and Mugler have collaborated before: Besides the fact that designer Formichetti is her stylist, he has also debuted some of her brand-new music at his shows. In January, she premiered a remix of her Born This Way track "Scheiße" at a Mugler fashion show. Two months later, in March, Gaga not only walked the runway at a show, she debuted her song "Government Hooker"

The pop star is already back at work on her next album. Late Wednesday, she tweeted, "Almost #14MillionMonsters!! Thank you for making Born This Way really matter, this has been a crazy memorable year! Writing music today."

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Lady Gaga And Cher's 'The Greatest Thing' Is 'Timeless'

Lady Gaga And Cher's 'The Greatest Thing' Is 'Timeless':

'It's an event,' co-writer/producer RedOne tells MTV News.
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While we anxiously await the release of Lady Gaga and Cher's duet, "The Greatest Thing" — which, according to Cher's Twitter, is supposed to drop in roughly two days — we can while away the hours with a few insider details about the song from co-writer/producer RedOne.


When MTV News caught up with the mega-producer recently, we did our best to get an early listen of the track, but no dice. Instead, we asked him to tell us specifically what kind of song "The Greatest Thing" is and whether we'll want to dance to it or sing along — or both.

"I think it's timeless. The beautiful thing about this song is, it's very uplifting, very uplifting. It's emotional, but it has dance on it, and it has a dance vibe on it," he explained. "It's just a timeless song. You can play it with the guitar, the piano, with whatever instrument you want. You can sing it a cappella, you know what I mean, it's that kind of song.

"I'm very excited about that song," Red added. "And it's an event. Cher and Lady Gaga: How big can it get?"

RedOne said Cher and Gaga were ecstatic with the finished product, and he couldn't be happier to have helped connect the two stars.

"Everybody loved it," he said. "Gaga on it, Cher, two big icons. [They are] part of music history. So it happened. I'm very happy to be a part of this."

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Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen Help Sting Celebrate His 60th

Lady Gaga, Bruce Springsteen Help Sting Celebrate His 60th:

Former Police-man's star-studded birthday show also featured Billy Joel, will.i.am and Mary J. Blige.
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Most people turn 60 with a quiet party among friends or maybe a surprise bash put together on the DL by their spouses that features a hilarious slideshow or funny video. Not Sting. The former Police frontman and solo star plugged in and played with everyone from Lady Gaga to Mary J. Blige and Bruce Springsteen in celebration of his 60th birthday on Saturday night at the Beacon Theater in New York.

The event, a charity fundraiser for the anti-poverty group the Robin Hood Foundation, included Gaga on piano banging out a jazzy cover of the Police's "King of Pain," giving the sedate ballad the same kind of electric energy she brings to her own key-thumper "You and I," according to Rolling Stone. She traded lines with Sting on a stage packed with up to 20 musicians, including a string section and backup singers, who helped the eternally youthful singer work his way though his 30-plus-year catalog of hits.

Among the other highlights: Stevie Wonder doing a duet with Sting on "Fragile," will.i.am throwing a freestyle rap and bits of the BEP's "I Gotta Feelin' " into the Police's "Walking on the Moon," Billy Joel marking a rare return to the stage for renditions of "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" and "Don't Stand So Close to Me," Rufus Wainwright singing "Wrapped Around Your Finger," and Sting teaming up with his son Joe for a moving rendition of the tune Sting wrote about his own relationship with his pops, "Why Should I Cry For You?"

One of the highlights of the evening was the mini-set with Springsteen, who waltzed out with his guitar to sing the sedate death-row ballad "I Hung My Head," which featured a raucous guitar solo. He also performed a solo version of "Fields of Gold" on 12-string guitar and harmonica, with one verse sung a cappella. Sting came out to sing "Can't Stand Losing You" with the Boss, with the two men leaning in to each other and howling the lyrics into the same microphone.

The night ended with the party's guests trading lines on "Every Breath You Take," with Gaga nodding to her piano icon, Joel, while singing the line "Can't you see/ You're the one for me." Sting closed out the show with a solo acoustic version of "Message in a Bottle," which was followed by wife Trudie Styler surprising him with a dozen bagpipers and a confetti drop that got the one-named rock icon misty. "Thank you a million times," he told the crowd as he and the missus danced together onstage.




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Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett 'Tramp' It Up In New Video

Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett 'Tramp' It Up In New Video:

Classy clip, featuring a blue-haired Gaga, hit the Web on Monday.
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Of the current crop of pop superstars, perhaps none is better suited to take on "The Lady Is a Tramp" than Lady Gaga — and we definitely don't mean that in a bad way.

After all, the song — first performed on Broadway in the 1937 musical "Babes in Arms," a production better known for the standards it featured, like "Tramp" and "My Funny Valentine," than it's rather brief run on the Great White Way — has been covered by the likes of Lena Horne, Ella Fitzgerald and Shirley Bassey over the years, and requires a certain quality that only those stars possessed: a brassy, beguiling bite, one that comes across both in their voices and the way they carry themselves away from the stage.


In short, they have to be able to embody the titular Tramp. And now, Gaga got her shot, in an updated version of the song that appears on Tony Bennett's chart-topping Duets II album. A video for the song premiered online Monday (October 3), and, yes, Gaga plays the role to perfection, vamping and camping alongside Bennett, blue hair bobbing along to the beat. In a floor-length black-lace dress, she belts out the chorus, flits and flirts through lines like "I love the free, fresh wind in my hair" and "I'm so broke" (and even professes her love for the Yankees, which probably explains her behavior at Citi Field last season) does the prerequisite pouting and even scats a bit.

Bennett seems to love every minute of it, trading vocal couplets, laughing when Gaga steals his handkerchief and taking her on a slow dance at song's end. And thanks to the backing of a roaring big band, this new version of "Tramp" is not only a welcome addition to the lengthy list of cover versions, but, in some way, it takes the song into new territory too. A lot of that is thanks to Gaga, who gives her all and really, truly becomes the Tramp.

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Lady Gaga's Mugler Fashion Film 'Director's Cut' Debuts

Lady Gaga's Mugler Fashion Film 'Director's Cut' Debuts:

Highly stylized short film features the Mother Monster proclaiming 'Don't f--- with me.'
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Last week, Lady Gaga invaded Paris to unveil her latest collaboration with Thierry Mugler designer Nicola Formichetti, a fashion film that featured her sporting three heads (and diamond-encrusted teeth) and spouting lines like "My heart sometimes feels so black ... and other days, my heart feels like rainbows."

Yeah, it was very Mugatu. But now, for those not lucky enough to catch the film's premiere at Mugler's Paris Fashion Week show, Gaga has premiered the "director's cut," which clocks in at just over three minutes (plus credits).

In the film — directed by frequent partners Inez and Vinoodh, who have worked with Gaga on each of her "Yoü and I" fashion films — the Mother Monster tosses around her towering, multi-hued pigtails, dropping lines like "I am Mugler woman, don't f--- with me ... Do not anger Mugler woman, she will eat you." DJ White Shadow's remix of the Born This Way bonus track "Black Jesus/Amen Fashion" plays underneath it all.

The "director's cut" of the film differs slightly from the version that played at the Mugler show last week, which featured shots of Gaga intercut with footage of models walking the runway.

Of course, Gaga and Mugler have collaborated before. Aside from the fact that Formichetti serves as Gaga's fashion director, he's previously debuted some of her music at his shows. In January, fashionistas got their first listen to the Born This Way track "Schieße" at a Mugler show. In March, Gaga not only made her catwalk debut at a Mugler show, but also premiered the BTW track "Government Hooker" too.




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Lady Gaga Meeting 'A Little Intimidating,' Barack Obama Admits

Lady Gaga Meeting 'A Little Intimidating,' Barack Obama Admits:

'She was wearing 16-inch heels. She was 8 feet tall,' Obama joked of his meeting with Gaga last month.
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Barack Obama may be the leader of the free world, but even he quakes in the presence of Mother Monster.


Obama admitted as much this past weekend, when, during his address at the annual Human Rights Campaign gala in Washington, D.C., he joked that meeting Lady Gaga was "intimidating," according to ABC News.
"She was wearing 16-inch heels. She was 8 feet tall," he laughed. "It was a little intimidating."

Gaga and Obama met late last month at a Silicon Valley fundraiser held at the home of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg. And Gaga used the opportunity to make good on a Twitter vow she'd posted in reaction to the suicide of bullied teen Jamey Rodemeyer, asking the president what his administration planned on doing to stop bullying.

Obama reportedly thanked her for the question, then reiterated his administration's anti-bullying work (which includes contributing a message to the It Gets Better campaign) and spoke in general about the importance of values. Gaga — who, according to reports, wore "a black dress, scalloped high plunge back and high heels ... with black flowers and black veil sweeping down the back of her hair" to the fundraiser — also had a little face time with the president before the event, when, after walking the photo line with her manager, she spoke with Obama in a room full of other guests.

"I held some productive bilateral talks with your leader," Obama joked to the crowd at the Human Rights gala, which included gay and lesbian advocates. The remark reportedly drew laughter and applause.




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Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga To Honor Teens At HALO Awards

Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga To Honor Teens At HALO Awards:

TeenNick award show pairs activist teens with celebs who share interest in the same causes.
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The TeenNick HALO Awards have recruited some of the biggest names in Hollywood and the music industry to honor teens who are out there doing good in the world. It was announced that Taylor Swift, , Jessica Biel and David Beckham will be on hand to shine some light on the good deeds being done by four teens.

HALO, which stands for "Helping and Leading Others," links up teens with celebrities who share an affinity for the same causes. "We're proud to be presenting the third annual TeenNick HALO Awards, where we celebrate amazing teens who have touched the lives of many people, including the superstars who share their philanthropic spirit,"
Marjorie Cohn, President, Original Programming and Development, Nickelodeon, said about the show. "Our hope is the show will continue to inspire others to make positive changes in their communities and further foster a culture of social activism."

Swift will be paired with 19-year-old James O'Dwyer, who started the Magnolia Disaster Relief, an aid program that aims to offer relief to rural areas hit by tornadoes. Emily-Anne Rigal, 17, has been paired with Lady Gaga thanks to her work to help stop bullying. She started the WeStopHate.org website, helping to shed light on the cause.

Jessica Biel is paired with Shanoah Washington, an 18-year-old who created the Sista2Sista program, which aims to motivate young women.
Finally, David Beckham was paired with Kyle Weiss, 18, who started the organization FUNDaFIELD, which builds soccer fields in Africa.

The show will be hosted by Nick Cannon. It all takes place at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on October 26. The broadcast will air on November 6 on Nick at Nite, with an encore on November 7 on TeenNick.

"This generation of young people gives so much and now it's time to give back to them," Cannon said in a statement. "These are ordinary teens doing extraordinary things and I'm so proud to honor this year's TeenNick HALO Award honorees for their heroic efforts and unyielding commitment to helping others."




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Lady Gaga To Release Monster Ball DVD, Remix Album

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Gaga will also release a package option, Born This Way: The Collection, that includes the DVD and the original and remix albums.
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For anyone who couldn't make it to Madison Square Garden to catch Lady Gaga's Monster Ball tour or didn't catch the HBO special Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden, don't fret. Mother Monster has your back.

Lady Gaga's Emmy Award-winning Monster Ball concert special will be released on DVD on November 21. The disc will include exclusive, previously unreleased footage.

If that's not enough for the Little Monsters out there, Born This Way the Remix album will also be available that same day. It'll feature 14 songs remixed by a number of DJs and artists, including breakout indie band Foster the People, Michael Woods and the Weeknd. For those looking for more options, Gaga has plans to bundle those two items together with her original Born This Way album for the ultimate Gaga gift, Born This Way: The Collection.

While fans eagerly await news of what Gaga's next single off the chart-topping BTW will be, she's certainly been keeping busy, including beginning work on a follow-up album. "I'm actually already working on my next album," she said. "So I've been working on that. I've been planning the next tour, which keeps me very excited and busy because I have lots of new ideas, and I know exactly how I want it to look. I'm also planning my next music video. I have lots of things to do, but in truth, I feel like I'm the most alive when I'm onstage."




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Lady Gaga Shoots 'Marry The Night' Video In New York

Lady Gaga Shoots 'Marry The Night' Video In New York:

Cultural center CEO tell MTV News that Gaga was 'friendly and kind' during Staten Island video shoot.
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After multiple reports of Lady Gaga's Staten Island video shoot for "Marry the Night" hit the Net, MTV News has confirmed that the singer indeed shot her fifth Born This Way clip in her native New York.


MTV News caught up with the CEO of the Snug Harbor Cultural Center, where the video was shot on Monday, to get some details about the "Marry the Night" visuals.

"We found both her and her crew to be easy to work with and low-key," Lynn Kelly told us. "I think we would have expected a lot of drama, and the truth is, she is probably the most down-to-earth person. It was endearing. She was friendly and kind."

Lady Gaga "started to cry" the first time she heard the track for "Marry the Night."

New York's Daily News reports that Gaga was spotted hiding behind a sheet in order to keep her video look concealed from the many onlookers who stopped to catch a glimpse of the star.

According to tweets from passersby, dancers and extras were spotted dressed in multiple looks: some as ballerinas and others wearing leopard print. Gaga's mom was reportedly on set and spoke to some of the Little Monsters. While Gaga remained relatively hidden during the shoot, one fan tweeted that she was spotted sporting thick, black eyeliner with her hair done up.

While she wouldn't reveal any insider details about the video, Kelly did have only the highest praise for Mother Monster. "I think, for us, we're so excited to have someone of her talent and to have somebody like that shoot here is a sheer honor," she said. "What her music does for music is so much more than entertainment. It's connecting to the arts on a much deeper level, and that's what I hope we can do here."

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