Lady Gaga is teaming up with Harvard chuo kikuu, chuo kikuu cha to form the Born This Way Foundation, a non-profit, charitable organization.
Its purpose: to “explore the best ways to reach youth and create a new culture of kindness, bravery, acceptance and empowerment” with a focus on issues such as “self-confidence, well-being, anti-bullying, mentoring and career development and advocacy,” according to a Harvard release.
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The foundation — which is named after the singer’s most hivi karibuni album and is a collaboration...
Once upon a time there was a scientist and a mermaid. The scientist, named Lüc, and the mermaid, named Yuyi. Yuyi in Human Language meant, "Gaga." They were both in upendo with eachother. But since Gaga was a mermaid, she could never make upendo au walk like another human. So the Lüc decided he wanted to try to make Gaga into a human being so they can get married and be happy together for the rest of their lives. Lüc had Gaga in his ghalani he owned on his farm. On his farm, he had a cornfield. Gaga could not survive without water so Lüc filled up a sliver tank of water and had Gaga lie in it....
Lady Gaga is making a statement with her weird fashion sense again. This time, at MTV's Video muziki Awards (of which she won several), link designed kwa Franc Fernandez, according to Entertainment Weekly. The dress didn't end there.
PETA issued a statement saying "no matter how beautifully it is presented, flesh from a tortured animal is flesh from a tortured animal" in a release made on the MTV website. The following morning on the premiere of Ellen, the vegetarian gave Gaga a bikini made of kale as the controversial singer wore her meat dress again.
She is known for outrageous costumes and putting on one heck of a show.
And Lady Gaga delivered on all counts last night as she brought her Monster Ball tour back to the United Kingdom.
But what mashabiki might not have expected was to see the softer side of the singer, who performed an emotional set before breaking down and crying as she talked about her sick grandfather who is in hospital.
Dedicating the song Speechless to him, she told the audience: 'If we all sing loud enough, maybe he can hear us!'
Half way through the song, Gaga had to pause to wipe away her tears.
Lady Gaga has some advice for the millions of mashabiki who have glommed on to her rocket of a career.
“It’s almost like I grow zaidi rapidly as an artist than people can keep up with, if that makes any sense,” says the 23-year-old pop provocateur. “So kwa the time you’re kusoma an interview au you’re watching a televisheni performance, I’m already, like, years beyond, creatively, in the world somewhere
“That can be confusing for people, I think. There can be a slight disconnect from what I proclaim about my muziki and what people are hearing and seeing. But that’s...