Lady Gaga News
Submitted by BANG Showbiz on September 28, 2011
LOS ANGELES – Lady Gaga's friends have warned that her new boyfriend will break her heart.
The 25-year-old singer has been dating 30-year-old Taylor Kinney since meeting him on the shoot for her music video 'You and I' but pals are worried 'The Vampire Diaries' actor will cause her heartbreak after his former girlfriend accused him of being a cheat.
Submitted by BANG Showbiz on September 26, 2011
LOS ANGELES – Lady Gaga dedicated a song to a fan who committed suicide as she performed at the iHeartRadio festival.
The pop superstar was left devastated when she heard the tragic story last week of 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer who killed himself because he was being bullied about his sexuality.
While on stage at the Las Vegas music event Gaga paid tribute to Jamey before performing her song 'Hair' as a video montage with his photo played in the background.
Submitted by BANG Showbiz on September 23, 2011
LOS ANGELES – Lady Gaga is looking forward to getting her performance "fix" this weekend.
The 'You and I' hitmaker has largely been away from the stage since the end of The Monster Ball Tour in May, and is itching to take to the stage in Las Vegas this weekend at the iHeartRadio festival.
Submitted by BANG Showbiz on September 22, 2011
LOS ANGELES – Lady Gaga plans to meet with President Barack Obama in a bid to stop bullying.
The 'Born This Way' singer has been left distraught by the death of 14-year-old Jamey Rodemeyer from Buffalo, New York, who committed suicide last Sunday after enduring years of ridicule about his sexuality.
Gaga - who is a prominent supporter of gay rights - wants to petition the US leader to create legislation which makes bullying at any age a crime.
Submitted by Associated Press on June 28, 2011
DETROIT – Lady Gaga's spokeswoman says a lawsuit accusing the music star of misleading fans with an online pitch for donations to victims of the Japan earthquake is meritless.
Lady Gaga's website is selling $5 wristbands that say, "We Pray For Japan." The website also allows people to make additional donations and says "all proceeds go directly to Japan relief efforts."
Submitted by Miles Edelsten on June 23, 2011
TOKYO – Lady Gaga says that if you want to help Japan recover from its tsunami disaster, come visit.
The flamboyant pop star, in Tokyo this week for a benefit concert for tsunami victims, said Thursday in an interview with The Associated Press that she's making a point to get out and enjoy the city and its food, and that her fans should do the same thing.
Submitted by Associated Press on June 16, 2011
CLEVELAND – Lady Gaga made history at last year's MTV Video Music Awards when she turned butcher's cuts into high fashion.
On Thursday, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will unveil the singer's infamous raw-meat dress to the public. The dress - made of layers of Argentinian beef - was kept in a meat locker, placed in a vat of chemicals and then dried out by taxidermists in California before being transported to the museum.
Submitted by Frances D Emilio on June 12, 2011
ROME – Lady Gaga sang a few bars of her smash hit "Born This Way" and demanded the end of discrimination against gays as she proclaimed herself a "child of diversity" at a gay pride rally Saturday night in the ancient Circus Maximus.
The star, whose "Born This Way" album recently topped 1 million sales in a week, delighted tens of thousands of people at a brief concert in the vast field where the ancient Roman masses would gather for spectacles.
Submitted by Associated Press on June 11, 2011
ROME – Thousands of people, riding on floats or walking through Rome's streets, joined in an annual European gay pride parade before a performance by Lady Gaga, expected to sing her hit "Born This Way" at the end of their march Saturday night.
The Europride parade, held every year in a different European city, was noisily and peacefully making its way through the historic center of Rome toward Circus Maximus, the now grassy field where ancient Romans would gather for entertainment.
Submitted by Associated Press on June 7, 2011
NEW YORK – It seems the fashion crowd, especially when fully decked out for Monday night's Council of Fashion Designers of America awards, can be pretty intimidating: CNN anchor Anderson Cooper said so, actress Naomi Watts said so, and even Lady Gaga said so.
On stage to accept her award as the year's top style icon, a soft-spoken, maybe even teary-eyed Gaga said she was nervous.