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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga
The artist named Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986. Lady Gaga's debut album "The Fame" featured the hit singles "Just Dance" and "Poker Face."
The artist named Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta on March 28, 1986. Lady Gaga's debut album "The Fame" featured the hit singles "Just Dance" and "Poker Face." « Show less

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  • Beyonce's wardrobe stars in her On the Run tour with Jay Z

    Beyonce and Jay Z kicked off their On the Run tour in Miami on Wednesday night, and Bey's wardrobe seemed to be the third star of the show. "What an impressive array of leotards and catsuits that woman has!" reviewer Leila Cobo wrote for Billboard....
  • GloZell Green, YouTube sensation, stars at VidCon too

     GloZell Green, YouTube sensation, stars at VidCon too
    GloZell Green politely listened as one of the two security guards escorting her just 200 or so feet from her hotel to the Anaheim Convention Center rambled on about A-list stars — ahem, Tom Cruise — whom he has safeguarded at one point or...
  • Beyonce tops Forbes' Celebrity 100 list for 2014

    Looks as if Beyonce no longer has cause to sing "Why Don't You Love Me?": The pop star has topped Forbes' annual Celebrity 100 list. The "Drunk in Love" songstress bested her husband, Jay Z, who came in sixth on the fame-meter, thanks to her surprise...
  • Beyonce tops Forbes' most powerful celebs list

    Pop-R&B diva Beyonce tops Forbes magazine’s annual list of “The World’s Most Powerful Celebrities,” a ranking in which pop musicians occupy half of the top 10 slots. The list combines celebs’ earnings with traditional...
  • LAFF 2014: 'Beyoncé' visual album comes to life at screening

    LAFF 2014: 'Beyoncé' visual album comes to life at screening
    Last December, Beyoncé fans were treated to a sudden surprise: the unannounced release of the star’s self-titled visual album, featuring 14 new songs and 17 new music videos.  “I see music. It’s more than just what I hear,”...
  • Lady Gaga didn't rip off Chicago musician, federal judge rules

    Lady Gaga didn't rip off Chicago musician, federal judge rules
    Lady Gaga has won a courtroom battle with a Chicago musician who claimed the pop star ripped her off and stole material for her 2011 hit “Judas.” A federal judge in Chicago on Tuesday threw out the case, finding that there were no...
  • Lady Gaga attorney applauds federal judge's ruling

    Lady Gaga attorney applauds federal judge's ruling
    An attorney for pop singer Lady Gaga today applauded a Chicago judge’s decision Tuesday to dismiss a 2011 lawsuit alleging the pop singer ripped off a local musician for her 2011 track “Judas.” “Lady Gaga and her team are pleased...
  • Lady Gaga's 'Judas' Didn't Rip Off Songwriter's 'Juda,' Federal Judge Rules

    A federal judge has dismissed a Chicago singer-songwriter's claim that Lady Gaga's "Judas" was an infringing copy of her song "Juda." U.S. District Judge Marvin E. Aspen, in a summary judgment ruling issued on Tuesday, said that Rebecca Francescatti's...
  • Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star

    Pop music still lacks a gay breakout star
    Frank Ocean made a bold, career-defining decision ahead of his 2012 debut album. Before "Channel Orange" was released, the R&B singer silenced the growing speculation about his sexual orientation. In a poignant letter, posted on Tumblr and initially...
  • Watch: New 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' Trailer

    A second trailer for "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For," from co-directors Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller, has been released. Based on Miller's "Sin City" graphic novels, the film is heading back to the screen centering on two of Miller's classic...
  • Amazon Launches Prime Music Service with 1 Million Songs

    Amazon on Thursday took the wraps off Prime Music, its music-streaming service available to Prime members, touting a library of more than 1 million songs -- without any ads. Currently, however, Amazon does not have a deal with Universal Music Group for...