When Lady Gaga let "vomit artist" Millie Brown puke all over her during her SXSW performance, a lot of fans were grossed out and didn't buy that vomiting is art when it's public. Gaga stood by her performance when she responded to Demi Lovato's criticisms that it glorified and glamorized eating disorders and bulimia.
Lady Gaga's video for 'G.U.Y.' drops this Saturday night (March 22) on NBC's 'Dateline' and she offered a sneak peak of the opulent, ultra glam and somewhat shrouded-in-secrecy clip, featuring 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' during a breakfast TV chat on the 'TODAY' show (March 21).
It's time for round three of the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era and things are heating up! Last week, Lady Gaga bested Kelly Clarkson with 53% of the vote! Gaga's Little Monsters better be on their A-games, since she's facing off against 'N SYNC now. Last round, the boy band defeated Rihanna by almost 40% of the votes! Who should move one step closer to the title of Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era?
Lady Gaga's controversial SXSW performance, which saw her being vomited on by a performance artist while performing 'Swine,' has drawn its fair share of criticism. Demi Lovato, who is the de facto spokeswoman for the issues that affect our youth, took to Twitter to accuse Gaga of glamorizing eating disorders with her antics and behavior.
Lady Gaga gave the keynote speech at the 2014 edition of SXSW, after headbanging at death metal shows, allowing a performance artist to vomit on her and wearing a dress constructed of coffee filters. The highlights of her speech? Puke, Katy Perry and the second volume of 'ARTPOP,' as well as her new video.