Sunday, March 23, 2014

VIDEO LADY GAGA : Lady Gaga's 'G.U.Y.' Video Resurrects Jesus And Michael Jackson

VIDEO LADY GAGA : Lady Gaga's 'G.U.Y.' Video Resurrects Jesus And Michael Jackson: Lady Gaga debuted the new music video for her song "G.U.Y." on NBC Saturday night, showing the "ARTPOP" star partying it up at the Hearst Mansion in California. While no one is vomiting on Gaga, she does have an arrow through her chest at one point, the cast of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills"make a cameo and there is some sort of Jesus and Michael Jackson resurrection.



Watch the video below:






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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Applause Lady Gaga Youtube Lady Gaga

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"Applause"

[Verse 1:]
I stand here waiting for you to bang the gong
To crash the critic saying, "Is it right or is it wrong?"
If only fame had an I.V., baby could I bear
Being away from you, I found the vein, put it in here

I live for the applause, applause, applause
I live for the applause-plause
Live for the applause-plause
Live for the way that you cheer and scream for me
The applause, applause, applause

Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)
Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)

(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch

[Verse 2:]
I've overheard your theory "nostalgia's for geeks"
I guess sir, if you say so, some of us just like to read
One second I'm a Koons, then suddenly the Koons is me
Pop culture was in art, now art's in pop culture in me

I live for the applause, applause, applause
I live for the applause-plause
Live for the applause-plause
Live for the way that you cheer and scream for me
The applause, applause, applause

Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)
Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)

(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch

[Bridge:]
Touch, touch
Touch, touch now
Ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh-ooh-hoo
Ooh-ooh

I live for the applause, applause, applause
I live for the applause-plause
Live for the applause-plause
Live for the way that you cheer and scream for me.
The applause, applause, applause

Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)
Give me that thing that I love (I'll turn the lights out)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)

(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Make it real loud
(A-P-P-L-A-U-S-E) Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch




Lady Gaga Previews 'G.U.Y.' Video, Explains SXSW Performance on 'TODAY' Show: Watch

Lady Gaga Previews 'G.U.Y.' Video, Explains SXSW Performance on 'TODAY' Show: Watch: Lady Gaga's next music video, for her "ARTPOP" track "G.U.Y.," will premiere, curiously enough, on NBC's "Dateline" on Saturday night (Mar. 22). The...




Lady Gaga Previews 'G.U.Y.' Video, Explains SXSW Performance on 'TODAY' Show: Watch
Lady Gaga Previews 'G.U.Y.' Video, Explains SXSW Performance on 'TODAY' Show: Watch


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Friday, March 21, 2014

MEGA FAME : The Rise And Fall Of Lady Gaga

MEGA FAME : The Rise And Fall Of Lady Gaga: About five years ago, Lady Gaga burst into mega fame with the force of a shooting star (that insisted on wearing raw meat to red carpet events). But with her latest performance largely spotlighting vomit as performance art, it's all too easy to forget the moment when Gaga first rose into public consciousness, accessorized by Muppets and often compared to Madonna.



So, what happened? In just about five years, Gaga reached an unprecedented echelon of pop stardom, only to lose her mystery to such an extent that puke-for-attention seems almost standard. (She was puked on, it should be noted, by vomit painter Millie Brown.) In hopes of mapping the trajectory from fledgling stardom to bile desperation, we've tracked the rise and fall of Gaga's monstrous brand of celebrity.



Feb. 20, 2007 - Appearing in public for perhaps the last time as the human who once resembled Stefani Germanotta, Gaga attends the "Who's Next? Writers on the Rise" event in New York City.



May 19, 2008 - Gaga introduces her eclectic sartorial choices to the world at the NewNowNext Award, walking the carpet as a pirate from a future in which there is no cure for glaucoma.



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Aug. 19, 2008 - Gaga releases "The Fame" and it eventually goes platinum, selling over 10 million digital singles and quickly making her what Rolling Stone would later call "the defining pop star of 2009." The Top-40 quickly becomes 20 percent just Gaga.



Jan. 20, 2009 - In an interview with The Guardian, Lady Gaga tells Laura Barton that she has "felt famous [her] whole life." Her confidence in place of feigned surprise over her success is refreshing.



May 11, 2009 - During a spot on "Ellen," Gaga begins her foray into absurd hats with "The Orbit," succeeds in confounding both Ellen and America.



Sept. 13, 2009 - One of Gaga's five generally outrageous outfits at the VMAs includes a red lace bridal headdress that is basically what would have happened if Carrie ever got married.



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Nov. 18, 2009 - Gaga releases "The Fame Monster" as an extended play of "The Fame." It receives a Grammy nomination for Best Album of the Year and eventually wins her the Outstanding Music Artist Award at the 21st GLAAD Media Awards.



Nov. 27, 2009 - The Monster Ball tour begins, during which Gaga recently admitted she was bankrupt, having put the entire $3 million in her bank account toward the stage.



Jan. 31, 2010 - Gaga arrives at the Grammys dressed as a small universe and takes home awards for Best Pop Vocal Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Short Form Music Video.



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March 2010 - Teaming up with Beyonce, Gaga releases "Telephone," a mini-movie homage to Quentin Tarantino. It receives skeptical reviews, but succeeds in putting her on the map as a vaguely serious artist



June 2010 - Clad in a thong and completely impractical gun-bra, Gaga covers Rolling Stone's best-selling issue of the year.



Sept. 12, 2010 - Gaga wears a 50 pound meat dress to the VMAs. There are reports that the offal ensemble produces a foul odor.



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Aug. 28, 2011 - Gaga appears for her opening monologue at the VMAs, fully clad in her masculine persona: Joe Calderone. She later explains the character as a New Jersey Italian man who is "not a f--king guido."



Feb. 2, 2011 - Lady Gaga arrives at the Grammys in a giant egg. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, she claims to have stayed in the "vessel" for 72 hours prior to the performance, because she "really wanted to be born on stage."







February, 2011 - Gaga covers Vogue, just three years after the marked start of her career.



Feb. 11, 2011 - Gaga releases "Born This Way" and quickly hits no. 1.



May 23, 2011 - "Born This Way" (the album) sells 1,108,000 copies in its first seven days on sale, making Gaga only the fifth woman to hit a million plus in one week. There is some controversy surrounding Amazon's decision to sell the MP3 for just 99 cents as part of a Cloud promo, although 7,000,000 sales were met at full price.



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April 27, 2012 - Gaga begins her third concert tour, "Born This Way Ball," which quickly becomes one of the highest-grossing tours of the year.



Dec. 1, 2012 - In a conversation with fans via Twitter, Gaga reveals that she had already written "like 50 songs." for the then-forthcoming "ARTPOP."



February, 2013 - After postponing a number of dates, Gaga cancels the remaining shows, due to a labral tear in her right hip. She later admits (in really gruesome detail) that the hip was, in fact, broken.



Aug. 8, 2013 - Collaborating with Marina Abramovic, Gaga produces performance art, which is perhaps most aptly described by TMZ as "Full Frontal In Weird Yoga Forest."



Aug. 12, 2013 - Gaga releases "Applause" one week early due to Internet leaks. It soon hits No. 1 on the dance chart, but peaks at No. 4 on the Hot 100.



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November 6, 2013 - "ARTPOP" is released to disappointing sales (selling just a quarter of the copies "Born This Way" hit in its opening week) and lukewarm reviews.



Nov. 8, 2013 - Gaga says she is "depressed" after finishing "ARTPOP." "I feel empty and sad," she says to O2. "I'm no longer the creator, I'm the performer."



Aug. 25, 2013 - Wearing a thong bikini for the majority of the 2013 VMAs, Gaga is still overshadowed by Miley Cyrus and a nightmarish Footlocker associate.



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March 12, 2014 - It's revealed that Gaga's charity, the Born This Way Foundation, donated just $5,000 of it's $2.1 million gross to real, actual charities.



March 14, 2014 - Lady Gaga gets puked on at SXSW, because art (and later shares a post-show naked bathtub photo, because hygiene).



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QUESTION : Why Lady Gaga Should Respect Demi Lovato

Why Lady Gaga Should Respect Demi Lovato:

Why Lady Gaga Should Respect Demi Lovato
QUESTION : Why Lady Gaga Should Respect Demi Lovato
 I was crabby on Sunday. Work has been crazy lately and having two little kids does not help the sleep cause.
My wife realized this so she told me to go to the gym before work. That usually takes the crab out of me. I really wanted to take a nap instead. I knew there was no way I would be able to nap so I did go to the gym. I went on the elliptical machine and started to workout.
While I was on I started to scroll through Facebook on my phone to look for some interesting things to read. Every story seemed to be "8 things blah blah blah" or "I am this state, what state are you?" or some Buzzfeed "I just took this quiz and I am Webster from Webster" poll.
Then one post popped out. It was not like the others to me at that moment. Here was the headline:
"Demi Lovato Rails Against Lady Gaga For Glamorizing Eating Disorders"
I am going to be honest. It was not the headline I was expecting to see. I do not know much about Demi Lovato except that she is a pop star, she has battled eating disorders and she punched someone one time. I do not know much about Lady Gaga except she wore a meat dress, she has a billion fans called "Little Monsters" and she is an artist...not a pop singer.
So I was expecting Demi Lovato to be all "cray cray" against Lady Gaga.
I read the story. Then I Googled Demi Lovato. Every title had it where she blasted, slammed or yelled at Lady Gaga.
That is not what I got out of the story at all.
What I did not expect is to see a pretty courageous story. And that Demi Lovato is a role model.
Last week Lady Gaga performed at the SWSX convention. During the performance she was strapped to a barbeque spit and rotated over a simulated flame. Stubb's Barbeque was a sponsor. Then towards the end during a song called "Swine," artist Millie Brown, known to drink colorful liquid and then vomit on canvas, drank green and black fluid and vomited on Lady Gaga.
The performance was sponsored by Doritos. Doritos, the powerful tortilla chips that unlocks bold and unique flavors. Whether it is "Cool Ranch" or "Zesty Nacho," go get you a bag!
When I saw it I thought it was gross. I am just being honest; I thought that I would not want to be vomited on in the name of art. But art is different for everyone. What is beautiful for one might not be for another. You do not have to love art but I do appreciate it all.
I also felt that it was "Lady Gaga being Lady Gaga" and she does this stuff all the time. She is outrageous. That is why she is as popular as she is. She had a meat dress and she performed with R. Kelly.
There are many people who are talented that do not have 40 million Twitter followers. She has that "it" factor. She is an icon for doing what she does on stage.
Demi Lovato did not see it like that.
She saw it as something she used to do. It brought back memories. She has publicly admitted that she has and been treated for eating disorders. She is very vocal about how serious eating disorders are and rightfully so. She saw Lady Gaga's performance as glamorizing eating disorders. That a young girl who is throwing up in the bathroom because she is "fat" will think that it is okay because a popular icon has someone throwing up on stage. It is a passionate topic for Demi, so she made a passionate response.
She went on Twitter, where she basically promotes her performances and VEVO videos and spoke her mind.

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Her view is not the majority. While most people would find vomiting gross and disgusting, very few would see it as glamorizing an eating disorder. Very few even commented about it except that it was gross.
It sparked something in her. She knew that if she went up against an icon, people would talk about her past. Talk about her and how she has "no talent" and all of those "Little Monsters" would defend their idol.
I know. I wrote about Justin Bieber once and a lot of preteens called me a "Swollen Vagina" on social media.
She knew people would tell her to "Chill out, this is not about you." They would tell her that this is the problem with America, we always complain about everything and this is why our kids will grow up to be "wusses." She knew that people would call her a bully because people feel that when you disagree with something it is bullying. It is not. She knew that people with made up names and avatars would do what they could to make her feel like crap.
She said what I am sure others wanted to say. Yet, very few did. She did not "slam" Lady Gaga like the media portrayed it. She did not "blast" her either. She did not really say anything negative about her and at the end even told her she was a fan. She basically spoke her mind and said that what she did on stage was not cool. She basically said that from her viewpoint, that was not cool.
And after that moment, in my eyes, she was a great role model. Not because I or others really agree with her, but she stood up for something that others might not see. She did not care if the majority agreed with her. She did it in a respectful way, and she brought more awareness to the cause she was fighting. That is why some are talking about it today.
The artist has responded and told Demi to "chill out." Lady Gaga has not responded.
Honestly, I hope that Lady Gaga does respond in a respectful way as well.
Because that is what made her a role model today. Courage.

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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Lady Gaga Wears Yet Another Bizarre Dress

Lady Gaga Wears Yet Another Bizarre Dress: Lady Gaga is hardly known for her demure style of dressing, after all, the pop singer has worn everything from crystal body suits to shirts with no pants. And who could forget the meat dress?



Well, it looks like she's at it once again. The singer appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night in a dress made out of ... wait for it ... coffee filters. According to the 27-year-old, she wore it in an effort to cover up her body after a week of eating barbecue at SXSW, but we would never put the notion of wearing this dress just for shock value past her. After all, she is Lady Gaga. Unsurprisingly, she completed the look with matching white monster platforms.



We're just happy to hear she didn't keep the dress on for her concert later that night, where she got thrown up on for the sake of art. We have a feeling that vomit wouldn't come out of coffee filters so easily.



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