I know, I should run around after her picking up lose change when she sneezes, I'd be able to afford my new teeth in no time at all.
I know, I should run around after her picking up lose change when she sneezes, I'd be able to afford my new teeth in no time at all.
She does have phenomenal teeth. Vastly superior to her contemporaries. It's likely all the cocaine that bleaches them...and the New England/Northeastern Seaboard dentists. Now, about that nose of hers...
Doesn't she always perform with a group of gay dancers ? Twenty-five seconds in was my favorite part, also. Whoo! *swigs shirt around in the air*
that was funny. sweaty smelly guys dancing around. i would love to be on stage with them with all of them humping me.
one thing about the closet/you don't have to hurry/it will be bad tomorrow/so brother, don't you worry
Lady Gaga still 'woozy' after concussion -- and still younger than Madonna - latimes.comLady Gaga was groggy, grateful and a little bit remiss on Tuesday — though we can't exactly interpret that last part for you.
The pop star, who's on tour Down Under, was bouncing back from a head injury suffered mid-concert on Sunday night in New Zealand.
"Thank you so much for all the thoughtful messages," the singer tweeted. "I feel a bit woozy but a little better everyday. Very happy to be in beautiful Australia." She's set to perform half-dozen dates in that country, starting with a gig Wednesday in Brisbane.
In the third of three Auckland shows, Gaga suffered what she and her makeup artist said was a concussion. Bending down to get a prop machine gun during the song "Judas," she was whacked by a metal pole being moved by a backup dancer.
After a brief break Gaga rallied for 16 more songs, apologizing along the way because she thought she might have a concussion but promising to finish the show, MTV reported. And finish she did.
So we have to wonder, was the Sunday-night head-thwack possibly some karmic, wrath-of-Madonna, balance-of-the-universe thing?
With the Material Girl performing a seamless and seemingly mocking mashup of 1989's "Express Yourself" and last year's "Born This Way" on her MDNA tour, Gaga had taken the opportunity in New Zealand to start expressing herself in the matter. (A matter we thought had been settled a while back, actually.)
"It sometimes makes people feel better about themselves, you know, to put other people down, or make fun of them, or maybe make mockery of their work and that doesn't make me feel good at all," Gaga said from the Auckland stage, adding that she didn't really want to fight back because all she cared about was the music.
And though she declined to "fight back," Mother Monster did take time to passive-aggressively note that her elder was, in fact, her elder.
"Things are really different than they were 25 years ago," said Gaga, who turned 26 in March, "and that's what makes 'Born This Way' so relevant for me. We're socially in a completely different place, and it's OK."
(Madonna, of course, was recently in a completely different place, Istanbul, where she decided it was OK to flash her breast for no particular reason. But that's another story.)
No matter the karmic back story, the fact of the matter was that Gaga looked pretty beaten up in the photo she posted online. "Emerging from hours of sleep," she tweeted along with the picture. "Still remiss if I should go outside, with this clonker I may be of questionable styling."
Wait — "Still remiss if I should go" — what?
Never mind. We'll assume that's just be the bump on her head talking.
Poor Gaga. And 'Born This Way' killed her career too.
Little Monsters have short attention spans.
We have lost interest.
The latest album exploded the first week (helped somewhat by heavy discounting) but it didn't have the legs of the previous one. It sold respectably, but I'm certain that they were hoping for better.
The real question is "now what?" When shock is your schtick, how do you keep the audience shocked ,and thus entertained? You can keep pushing outwards, but when you start in the meat-dresses and wtf video realm, people may already be expecting the outlandish. You can try zagging instead of zigging - a country album? Opera? Gaga unplugged? - but there's less guarantee that her fans will follow. It'll be interesting seeing the next move.
Blah, she bores me =P all her songs sound the same.
Judas and Pokerface are amazing! But everything else is really dull =P
I make my bed with the stars above my head and dream of a place called home.
Y'all are a bunch of haters!!!
I have loved Gaga and have continued to love her, stay pressed!
Her music is alright in my book(favorite song is Hair). Her style is...debatable. Her message is about individuality, acceptance, and anti-bullying is great. I've no reason to lose interest in her or think negatively of her I'm not really a die hard, devout fan though.
Her last album did quite well in sales considering. But her concerts have sold out everytime. So this thread is baseless. Most money is made on tours and not on albums (especially after the record companies are done). Artists make very little off albums. Again, considering the source of this thread, I'll tell you the opposite is happening.
It's also funny the OP claims he has a lost interest when he probably never liked Gaga to begin with.
I'm not a die hard monster. But I can see her putting out another album soon enough (I hear one is in the works). She has a lot of appeal and will continue for years to come. She has staying power, unlike some other artists around right now.
I am offended by the notion that someone thinks that I actually care about what happens with Lady Gaga, or any of the other female "gay icons".
The phenomenon is def not finished. It simply has less attention than in the past. Even at the most recent Grammy's, she didn't perform and Adele was the star. And GaGa seemed fine with it. I believe (I could be entirely wrong) that GaGa is working on a new album, so it seems as though she has less going on (unless she's on tour now?).
But it's mostly because she's recently in the media a LOT less that it seems she's "unpopular."
"Hate is temporary, Love is necessary."
~~ Lil Wayne ~~
I think a group like One Direction has also taken some of the spotlight, but regardless, Lady Gaga is far from finished even though some here would really hope. I just don't get the hate... and I'm not even that big of a fan.
Gaga has been doing less interviews, she did a big interview with Oprah and said that was it for a while, right now she is touring and performing to sold out crowds.
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So far her tour has grossed $43 million according to wikipedia... she's in Australia right now according to these dates, then will start her European leg of the tour in August. Amazing look at those days, Very little rest in between.
Yea guys... she's finished Lol.
Edit: My estimate is that after her American and European legs of the tour she'll make probably around $100+ million. Just a guess on my part. Maybe more even.
^ No, Cupid. My friends would laugh at me. I like men more than gaga-puppets.
I like some of her music, but I'm not a devout 'Monster."
That's why I feel the need to voice my opinion in these threads. Not all of us are pop culture lemmings.
She's not going anywhere for the time being and she ranked quite high on the music's top money earners for 2011 (income generated from your music alone). Her new album's follow up singles (after Born This Way) didn't do so well on radio. Some of them did peak in the top 10 of the Hot 100 but fell out shortly after. Her chart performance on the US market was still strong though, but she was bested (on charts) by Adele, Rihanna, and Katy Perry last year which is why she ranked #4 on the artist of the year list. Still, she remains a strong artist in other parts of the world, particularly in Asia.
At this point her tour has made enough money to guarantee her a few more albums at least. What she's basically trying to do is ensure her survival with imaginative videos and by keeping fans guessing and intrigued with consistent changes of personal image. It's the same thing Madonna & a few other singers have done which guarantees them interest every time they put out something new and guarantees ticket sales on every concert they do.
A lot of other artists stand up for gay rights, she just decided to get rich by making you think that she was the only one.
These artists didn't embrace the gay audience, the gay audience with their low standards embraced them and then they ran with it.
And I like Gaga's music because I find it enjoyable to listen to. It's not because she's a gay icon. That's just a bonus.
Lady Copycat is a giant bore.
Answer: because for some fucked up reason, anything Lady Gaga is now always considered relevant to anyone even slightly homosexual. Same goes for Madonna and all the other ones.
That's why I feel the need to voice my opinion in these threads. Not all of us are pop culture lemmings.Yeah, neither of these posts sound like some one who thinks their above others liking an artist he doesn't care about.These artists didn't embrace the gay audience, the gay audience with their low standards embraced them and then they ran with it.
I cannot imagine the little monsters above to be keen of GaGa from the start.
Nevertheless, she's still sellin' out, like it or not. There is still oil in her chandelier; we just don't know how much remains.
come now, my child. if we were planning to harm you, do you think
we'd be lurking here beside the path in the darkest part of the forest?
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Like, will Germanotta be doing the Lounge Acts at Las Vegas in 2025?
Who's the lemming now?
That's the point Gaga was overexposed. Lying low and disappearing is the plan. That's why she didn't walk the red carpet during The Grammy's and it is why she isn't doing any North American press. Meanwhile, she's kicked off her world tour - which is seeing numbers only acts like Madonna and Cher have seen. By the end of the tour, Gaga will likely have the 2nd most successful tour by a female act of all time. Her Born This Way album may not have been the monster her previous album was, but her fans are always expanding - proven by her ruling of social media.
In the meantime, light your candle wicks and get on your knees. Gaga's new single/album is coming and you should repent before you die
can walk downs street tail up ma asshole ans noone got by record
but world idea pop rock ans etc figa world only start wen OH YEA is got da newsssssss we no got eat cornflakes lie penguins no more
wot ya do put um in bath ans eat um same time
hope worlds dingbats figa it ans catchup of way late da program
planet life nose eons of eons ago
yeah yeah ans ping
cue audience > look fa feet clap wit
bet gaga can buy lot a icecream COOOR
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I'm not completely cynical though, I realize that Lady Gaga's message of gay acceptance and the focus that Pride puts on human rights are positive things that will bear good fruit, but it does at the same time make me feel like initiatives to further gay rights are only worth as much as the amount of money you're willing to spend.
But I'm sorry that I sometimes don't reply to compliments. Usually after I post a picture somewhere I quickly close the thread and tend not to look at it for a few days because I am shy and embarrassed, so in that way I realize that I might miss a lot of what people have to say, but I don't ignore anyone on purpose.
My only argument to the above is that I think Lady Gaga is very much a willing participant in (as Malcolm McLaren used to call it) "the rock and roll swindle". I don't think she's the sole crew member of the SS Gaga, but I don't think she's a puppet, either.
Did she release a new album? I haven't heard much about her lately but normally she's an attention whore who needs to make a scene every day.
In his autumn, before the winter, comes man's last mad surge of youth
And she does her own thing the way she wants... which many other artists don't do.
I don't really get it why the people are saying that her career owes to her controversial style.I'd rather say,that's the Madonna's,Britney's,Katy Perry's case for example,cause their musical ''abilities'' are always in a last plan,while Gaga is not only an artist,but also a singer.A good one.Obviously she can't keep the same pace from the beginning of her career,but neither artist can.The important thing is that she used her ''five minutes'' the best she could,and she made a decent career.I'm neither her fan,but she deservs my respect.
She is a little quiet now she is touring, but I think she will be back but I think she picked the wrong songs to release as singles from her new album, Marry the Night didn't do too well in the UK Charts, same as You and I, where as others such as Hair and possibly Bloody Mary, Americano or Highway Unicorn may of done better, in my opinion.
I'm a big fan, always have, always will