“GIRLS NIGHT GET THE WINE!!! BACHELORETTE WEEKEND MY BESTIES GETTIN HITCHED,” Lady Gaga declared on Friday night on Instagram along with a glam selfie, kicking off what would soon be a booze-fueled weekend of pole dancing, male strippers and hangovers galore. Gaga, ooh-la-la!
Gaga took us along for the ride every step of the way on social media for her best friend’s festivities, kicking off her Saturday morning with some fierce stripper class sessions. “Ari’s Bachelorette Weekend! We love our girl so much we will be getting her drunk for the next 48 hrs. #catholicschoolgirlsdoitbest,” she wrote in a group shot. And damn, does Gaga know how to work a pole! Video footage — set to Khia‘s “My Neck, My Back” obviously — proved that the sexy “G.U.Y.” siren knows exactly how to do it, do it.
But that was only the beginning! “I’m pretty sure I’m completely wasted in this photo,” she wrote at one point. Cut to a guilty shot eating pizza late at night, some male stripper action, a morning after snap with a blow-up sex doll and so, so many penis-shaped cakes and decorations. And that is what you get when Gaga’s your bridesmaid! Would you expect anything less?
Check out Gaga getting #WhiteGirlWastedNYC in the gallery up top, and watch her strip class moves after the jump. More »
Lady Gaga‘s forthcoming new album just got even bigger — thanks to a little help from Giorgio Moroder! In an interview with PopJustice, the legendary producer says he has a few tunes ready for Mother Monster’s fourth studio project and that the singer could possibly make an appearance on his own record.
Moroder reveals, “I was supposed to be in the studio with her a week ago, but I got a cold. I’ll see her when I’m back. I have about five or six tracks, just basic ideas. Drums, keyboard, bass. I’m going to be surprised, I think – I don’t have a clue about the way she’s recording. Will she play the piano? Will I?” How exciting! More »
Lady Gaga ended 2014 by hitting the studio with acclaimed songwriter Diane Warren, best known for her power ballads. Now, a month later, the resulting collaboration has made its debut at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Their new song, “Till It Happens to You,” appears in Kirby Dick‘s The Hunting Ground, a documentary that exposes the troubling rape culture at college campuses nationwide.
While “Till It Happens to You” hasn’t surfaced online yet, Lady Gaga and Warren did exchange some lyrics on Twitter, to give fans an idea of what to expect — “Till it happens to you, you don’t know how it feels,” and “Till your world burns and crashes, till [you're] at the end, the end of your rope.” In her review, The Hollywood Reporter‘s Leslie Felperin says that the song “provides an extra jolt of poignancy” in the film.
See Lady Gaga and Diane Warren announce “Till It Happens to You” on Twitter below. More »
Everyone knows that there is no greater joy on this Earth than the sudden realization that you are home alone, allowing you free reign to do whatever you want. And by whatever, we mean dancing around naked to the sound of your favorite pop queens.
Luckily, Comedy Central’s Broad City has captured this experience brilliantly during their latest episode, in which Abbi strips down and busts a move to Lady Gaga‘s Born This Way anthem, “The Edge Of Glory.” The whole sequence is hilarious (and perhaps too real), and the clip quickly made its rounds across the Internet once the episode aired this week, leading all the way to Mother Monster herself. Did she appreciate the gesture? More »
Lady Gaga and Adele: BFFs!
The ARTPOP diva has been getting Little Monsters pumped over the past few weeks by posting photos writing and recording new music on Instagram, including some cameos by her longtime collaborator RedOne which may or may not suggest a return to her early Fame-era pop roots. Last evening, Gaga posted yet another shot with the producer — and then threw in a curveball: A selfie with a fresh-faced and beaming Adele, posing cheek to cheek with the “Bad Romance” songstress.
“Nothing like a Wednesday night bro-down with the beautiful Adele,” she captioned the photo. (Completely casual. Who doesn’t love a night in with Adele?) It’s lovely to see these two superstars hanging out IRL, but the real question is: Will there be music made together, or was this simply a friendly hang-out sesh? More »
The term “Queen Of Pop” gets thrown around all too loosely across the blogosphere, which is why it’s important that we bring it back and really recognize the true owner worthy of the title: Asia, Lady Gaga‘s iconic French bulldog.
Affectionately nicknamed “Batpig” (likely due to her bat-like ears and pig-like face, but also her impressive array of superpowers most closely similar to Batman), Asia is a true legend. Her #PhucksFree attitude is rivaled only by Rihanna, while her sad puppy face could make even the hardest and most toughest and strongest #RebelHearts like Madonna weep for days. Hell, she even scored a Harper’s Bazaar cover back in September! There’s simply no stopping this fierce and fashionable pup. Accordingly, we’ve rounded up some of Asia’s best photos over the nearly full year since Gaga adopted her beloved Batpig. More »
Charli XCX and Rita Ora showed off their rowdy robber sides in the “Doing It” video, which dropped today (January 20). But prior to its release, our favorite divas have tousled and gotten messy in the desert to achieve some pretty iconic videos over the years!
It goes to show that females can also be badasses in the Wild Wild West just as much (or even better than) the boys. In the gallery above, revisit ten of the best desert-themed music videos from ladies like Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Janet Jackson and more! More »
“RedOne! Gaga!” Remember those glorious days? Well, Mother Monster might not be done crafting hits with one of her earliest pop collaborators, after all.
Last night, the Cheek To Cheek diva posted a photo in the studio reuniting with the “Poker Face” producer, providing one of the first peeks into what Gaga is working on post-ARTPOP. From The Fame‘s “Just Dance” to The Fame Monster‘s “Bad Romance” to Born This Way‘s “Judas,” RedOne’s had a hand in producing some of Gaga’s most memorable pop hits. Granted, it’s not as though Gaga’s ever not worked with him — he did make one appearance for ARTPOP‘s fan-favorite “Gypsy” — but his involvement in her albums did slowly lessen over time.
Could she be working with him again in full force on the new LP? To be fair, she did let it slip that the new album is more like her “old self.” Considering their success together, this might be the best news ever for Little Monsters.
What do you make of the Gaga reunion with RedOne? Is this a good idea for Gaga? Check out the full Instagram below, and sound off in the comments. More »
This might just be the weirdest (or just the most amazing) festival announcement yet.
Following the newly announced line-ups for Coachella and the NYC Governors Ball Music Festival last week, the New Orleans Jazz Fest headliners have been revealed today…and it’s totally random.
While jazzy Cheek To Cheek sweethearts Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett surely come as no surprise as headliners, the list also includes Pitbull (dale!), Ed Sheeran, T.I. and No Doubt. Kind of a loose definition of jazz, no? That is, unless Pitbull will be serving up jazzy renditions of “Hotel Room Service” and “Fireball,” in which case…we’re already on a plane right now.
Check out the full roster in the announcement video after the jump, which also includes Elton John, The Who, Keith Urban, Hozier, Big Freedia, Estelle, John Legend, Kacey Musgraves and Paloma Faith. Will you be attending? More »
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett performed their version of holiday classic “Winter Wonderland” on Christmas Day on Good Morning America — having surprised fans with their rendition earlier in December.
Like with their jazz standards album Cheek to Cheek and the ensuing live performances, Lady Gaga has tried her best to sell the transformation she underwent this year. With a floor-length fur stole draped over one shoulder, she belted every note, flaunting her chops to an audience that was likely grossed out by her meat dress at one time. Meanwhile, Bennett sang with an ease that could only come from performing this way for more than 50 years. More »