Lady Gaga gets so excited in, “Marry The Night” the latest video set to drop from her multi-platinum selling album, Born This Way. We gave you the first sneak peek of the video as Gaga narrates the focus of the video from a stretcher, but now we have Gaga fully recovered and encountering dance fever as she croons in a dance studio amidst dancers.
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While you’re stuffing your face with dressing, ham and turkey, get a serving of Lady Gaga. This evening, she’s presenting A Very Gaga Thanksgiving on ABC. One of the songs featured is “Marry The Night,” which portrays a regal Gaga, singing into a classic microphone with a piano man.
The “Edge of Glory” singer directed the 90-minute special herself and will release A Very Gaga Holiday to assist the festive occasion. The EP includes her rendition of holiday classic “White Christmas,” Nat King Cole’s “Orange Colored Sky” and “You & I” and “The Edge of Glory” from Born This Way. Read More
Monday night, Lady Gaga opened “Gaga’s Workshop” at Barneys New York on Madison Avenue. In true Gaga form, the store is decorated with colorful and attention-grabbing imagery. The singer herself wore a large, eccentric gown to commemorate the occasion. View some of the ridiculously priced items at Idolator.com.
In the same night, the 25-year-old monster made a surprise appearance at the 39th International Emmy Awards held at the Mercury Ballroom. She wore a thigh-high slit dress, showing off her ink. Nigel Lythgoe, producer of So You Think You Can Dance and American Idol, had the eccentric star in one arm, and his Emmy award in the other.
Tuesday, the “Born This Way” singer wore a lace Dolce & Gabbana dress to the book launch for Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson at The New Museum in NYC. The full-length gown was completely see-through. Read More
Get ready for Mother Monster to go along with that turkey as Lady Gaga prepares to grace your television sets this Thanksgiving, courtesy of ABC. The network is airing a special titled, A Very Gaga Thanksgiving, that will see the cash queen performing selects from multi-platinum-selling album, Born This Way, parlaying with Tony Bennett and opening up with Katie Couric for a very emotional interview.
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Lady Gaga sits down with Alan Carr the Chatty Man.
“When I look back on my life, it’s not that I don’t want to see things exactly as they happened,” says Lady Gaga in the bizarre-beyond-understanding prelude to her upcoming video “Marry The Night.” As expected, the plot isn’t detailed in The Prelude Pathétique. Throughout the short clip, the loather of reality continues with the director’s commentary. She continues: “It’s just that I prefer to remember them in an artistic way. And truthfully, the lie of it all is much more honest, because I invented it.”
According to Gaga, her “past is an unfinished painting,” and she plans on filling the ugly holes. She proceeds with a tangent on fashion, before entering what appears to be a psychiatric ward. Read More
Recently, news broke that Lady Gaga and her choreographer and creative director Laurieann Gibson had parted ways. Reports alleged tension caused the Gaga to fire her long-time collaborator, but Gibson claims she stepped away on her own accord.
The Hollywood Reporter reports,
“I am fulfilled with the work I have done with choreographing all of the iconic moves, creative directing the artist, appearances, shows, directing the tour, music videos, and the HBO Monster Ball, which was a culmination of my work as its creator and director,” says Gibson. Read More
Some people may love her for it and some downright despise her for it, but it looks as if Laurieann Gibson‘s aggressive and somewhat diva-ish nature has left her Gaga-less. A rep for Lady Gaga has confirmed that the two have separated as partners, THR reports. Laurieann, choreographer, served as Gaga’s creative director since her earliest days at Interscope Records.
Fingers are pointed at Gibson, whose ego is obtrusive and has likely struck a nerve with the Pop phenom. A number of incidents have began to surface including a MTO-reported altercation between the two, creative differences on the sets of “Yoü and I“, “Edge Of Glory“, and “Judas“. The pair initially connected because of their “colorful…dramatic” gifts.
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