If you saw “Saturday Night Live” last week, you know that Madonna and Lady Gaga had a fake makeout sesh. But on Sunday night, the two pop stars had a real life dance-off at a New York City club! The DJ, Jus Ske, started alternating “Holiday” and “Poker Face” while the ladies got down on the dance floor. An onlooker said, “Madonna seemed to be the winner. People were going wild.” No kidding Madonna won. Lady Gaga only has one dance move and it’s creepy. If only someone had a camera phone video! [NY Post]
Thankfully, plenty of other celebrity dance-offs have been recorded and are actually pretty hilarious! Keep reading »
We thought we’d have to commit group suicide if we heard one more thing about Lady Gaga’s pantslessness. The girl isn’t a fan of bottoms. We get it.
But the ever-amusing ladies over at Refinery 29 have turned pantslessness into more than another boring trend post with their latest chart: Bye Bye Bottoms!. This fine piece of work is nearly academic in its historical look at the evolution of the hemline from dowdy long to non-existent. Check it out and tell us: what’s your favorite length era? [Refinery 29] Keep reading »
As we reported yesterday, Alexander McQueen
‘s big live-streaming fashion show was ruined by Lady Gaga
when she let it slip on Twitter that her new single, “Bad Romance,” would premiere there. Unfortunately, unless you’re a fashion editor or part of the style elite, you didn’t get to see or hear anything because the rush of Gaga fans to the website caused it to crash. So without further adieu, here’s what you missed. Do we likey? Keep reading »
Alexander McQueen was all set to revolutionize insider-y Fashion Week by broadcasting his spring/summer 2010 runway show live on the web. The fashion blogs were psyched, and so were we. Unfortunately, fashion history was not made, and who should be at fault but Lady Gaga. When the pop star posted to Twitter that her new single, “Bad Romance,” would be debuting at the McQueen show, the streaming website was inundated by thousands of visitors, causing it to crash.
No fashion for the masses this time, kiddies. Maybe next season designers who want to stream their shows live will think about increasing their bandwidth (and no, that doesn’t refer to dress size). [Elle UK] Keep reading »
If Lady Gaga didn’t end up winning over some of her haters last night, after performing on “Saturday Night Live,” then they’re a lost cause. The pop diva absolutely knocked it out of the park, performing both “Paparazzi” and a medley of her songs, including “Poker Face” (in a gyroscope-enabled dress, natch) — showing off not only her ability to put on an entertaining show, but also her singing talent. Madonna showed up to join Gaga in one of my personal favorite regular skits, “Deep House Dish,” which came off a little awkward, but still was a nice little endorsement from the Queen of Pop. Clip of that, after the jump. Keep reading »
Live Nation has confirmed rumors that the Lady Gaga-Kanye West tour, “Fame Kills,” has been officially canceled. Gossip blog MediaTakeOut is reporting the decision was all Gaga — a probable fall-out from Kanye’s much-publicized VMA meltdown (though she was defending him as recently as a couple days ago). I’m not so sure, though — I can think of 10 other reasons these two would cancel a concert together… Keep reading »
Let’s talk about how mother-effing excited I am for this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live.” Yes, last week’s season premiere totally blew, but tomorrow night, Mr. Scarlett Johansson, aka my second favorite Ryan in Hollywood — Ryan Reynolds
— is hosting, with musical guest, Lady Gaga
. This shiz is gonna be hot. Promo above. Keep reading »
“I was thinking, ‘Oh gosh.’ But, like, I would say he’s a good guy and everybody makes mistakes, and he feels so f**king bad. He really does. I think that everyone can get so caught up in gossip and stuff.” I felt like that moment kind of like really portrayed him in a way that he really isn’t. It was just a random moment.”
— Lady Gaga talks Kanye, with whom she’s about to go on a joint tour, with a Las Vegas radio station. Hmm … if this were an isolated jackass moment from someone who otherwise exhibits classy behavior, I’d be more inclined to believe it “portrayed him in a way that he really isn’t.” [via MTV.com] Keep reading »