Lady Gaga - Page 55
Stars are just like us! They get $10 haircuts, drive sensible mid-sized sedans and make sure to cut out coupons before their weekly supermarket shop. Wait, that doesn't sound right...
She's lost her Twitter throne to Justin Bieber and was stripped of over several million YouTube views. So needless to say, Lady Gaga's social media stats, in terms of numbers, aren't as impressive as they once were and have taken a hit. But does that make her the Fallen Star of 2012, at least in web circles? Well, that's a complicated question without an easy answer.
This is a new couple alert of a different sort. Lady Gaga confirmed that she will be doing a jazz album with crooner and frequent collaborator Tony Bennett, with whom she sang 'The Lady Is a Tramp' and who sketched her in her birthday suit. Bennett was her date to the private inauguration event, where she performed for White House Staff, and she shared a new photo from the festivities.
What is it with Lady Gaga and over-the-hill crooners? They all lurve the Mother Monster. She's worked with Elton John and is his son Zachary's godmother. Now, fresh off her private inauguration performance for White House staff alongside Tony Bennett, with whom she collaborated and who once sketched her while in the buff, Gaga has attracted the attention of one Barry Manilow.
Lady Gaga performed 'Born This Way' in a space pod-like piano and a white, wedding-like dress at a private event, held during the inauguration festivities, for White House staffers on Tuesday, Jan. 22. She turned in a performance unlike anything we've ever seen of this very familiar and definitive song in her catalog. Leave it to Gaga to always change it up and do something left of center, even when performing for diplomats, politicos and President Barack Obama.
Beyonce and Lady Gaga have teamed up twice before (with a third collabo on the way called 'Ratchet'), and both times the ladies couldn't stop singing about telephonic drama. Beyonce had Gaga lend her vocals for 'Video Phone' back in 2009, while Lady Gaga recruited Beyonce to sing on her single 'Telephone' a few months later in 2010.