We've pitted Gaga's epic 'Born This Way' clip against Lambert's dystopian video for 'Never Close Our Eyes' in a fan-voted battle for the best music video. While both of these musical visionaries have undoubtedly produced two incredible music videos, both of these sci-fi visuals have very different vibes to them. So, PopCrush readers, which one gets your vote the better music video?
Having your boyfriend over for a dinner with family is beyond normal, but when it comes to Lady Gaga, she jacks it up a notch and takes her boyfriend to her family's Italian restaurant, aka trattoria. Gaga brought her handsome actor honey Taylor Kinney to Joanne, the New York City restaurant her father Joe Germanotta opened and named after his beloved, late sister and Gaga's aunt.
Lady Gaga is a human listening station of sorts. There's no better way to create hype and excitement for her upcoming album than by directly sharing bits of music with the little monsters themselves. Gaga reportedly played some of a new song to her fans in New York City on Sunday, July 22. She was stopped while being driven in a car and blasted the song.
Madonna's willful teenage daughter Lourdes, who is also her design partner in the Material Girl teen fashion line, appears to be a little monster. Turns out that Lourdes is embarrassed by her mother's public feud with Lady Gaga, where Madge has taken to dissing Gaga in the press and on stage.
Leave it to a right wing religious group to politicize Post It notes. Lady Gaga and her Born This Way Foundation partnered with Office Depot for Post Its and other school supplies boasting positive and uplifting phrases about being true to oneself. Now, the conservative David Caton of the FFA, which is the Florida Family Association, is protesting the office supplier's decision to support Gaga's organization, which centers on LGBT youth as well as any young people out there being bullied. Caton is actually demanding that Office Depot yank its $1 million contribution. Say what?!
Paws up! Shock rocker Marilyn Manson has taken some verbal shots at Lady Gaga. But chill out, little monsters. No need to wage a full scale digital war against the Antichrist Superstar in attempt to take him out for daring to speak critically about Ma Monster. His comments were more like backhanded compliments.
Lady Gaga's Born This Way Ball tour hasn't even hit North America or Europe yet and it was already christened the most successful tour by a female in 2012 so far. The tour owned the market in Asia and Australia -- and if you want to pretend like you were there, front and center, check out the fan-filmed footage below.
While some fans may not be feeling No Doubt’s new dancehall-influenced single ‘Settle Down,’ which dropped on Monday, they have a huge fan in Lady Gaga. A few weeks ago, Gaga tweeted her excitement about the band’s return to making music after a decade-long hiatus. Now, Gaga has tweeted her love for the song, insisting that it’s not a plug for Interscope, the label both the Mother Monster and No Doubt are signed to.
Even though she was plagued by protestors on the Asian leg of the Born This Way Ball tour, Lady Gaga was still laughing all the way to the bank. She placed No. 5 overall on Pollstar's Top 50 Worldwide Tours for the first half of 2012. While rockers such as Roger Waters, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay placed ahead of her, along with Cirque du Soleil, Gaga is the female with the top-grossing tour so far. And guess what? She hasn't even hit Europe or her native North America yet.