Lady GaGa (AKA Joanne Stefani Germanotta) is one of the new crop of American performers. Lady GaGa went to the same Catholic school as the Hilton sisters, but claims to never have seen them for more than 10 seconds. Pic and vid of Lady GaGa
She always speaks highly of her "Little Monsters," and on Wednesday (September 18) Lady Gaga took to Twitter to explain her hit song "Applause" and what it means to be a celebrity.
The eccentric songstress began her series of tweets by explaining why her first single from the upcoming album Artpop is so important to her, "'Applause' is a very meaningful song to me, because it addresses what many think of 'celebrities' today, that we ‘do it' for the attention."
Well, it looks like they are at it again, as it appears another feud could be brewing between Lady Gaga and Azealia Banks.
On Tuesday (September 17), the 22-year-old rapper took aim at the Mother Monster via her Twitter page, writing, "Make sure u let them know where u got the title for red flame from. U stole that from the demo I sent u."
With her anticipated new album ARTPOP slated to hit stores later this fall, Lady Gaga garnered herself a little added exposure by covering the October 2013 issue of ELLE magazine.
While rocking designer duds from Versace for the Ruth Hogben-shot spread, the "Edge of Glory" songstress opened up about her constant criticism and shared more details about her comeback from recent hiatus.
She’s getting sued by her former assistant to the tune of $380,000, and Lady Gaga's defense just suffered a serious blow.
On Tuesday (September 10) a federal judge ruled that Jennifer O’Neill’s claim to pay for on-call time could be included in the complaint, though the “Born This Way” songstress hoped it would be thrown out.
It's hard to believe that it's been twelve years since tragedy struck New York City, Washington DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania over the course of mere hours, and while so much has changed since September 11th, 2001, America still mourns the massive losses suffered by so many folks.
On this day of remembrance, some of our favorite celebrities are taking to Twitter to share some love. See what they had to say below.