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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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  • Grammys 2015: Cleavage overload

    Grammys 2015: Cleavage overload
    This year’s Grammys fashion may have been pretty tame, but the cleavage was out of control. It’s as if the stars on the red carpet said, "I’m going to play it safe, maybe even wear long sleeves, but I’m gonna let the girls go...
  • Grammys

    Grammys
        I don't really pay attention to who is directing awards shows, but the person in charge of the Grammys should be fired.     The show got off to a rousing start with AC/DC, but with a few really good exceptions, it was kind of a snoozer from there,...
  • Grammys: Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith duet set

    Grammys: Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith duet set
    The Grammys have arranged a duet for Mary J. Blige and top nominee Sam Smith on Sunday's telecast. The broadcast also will feature the pairing of Beck and Chris Martin of Coldplay on a Beck song as well as a duet between country performers Brandy...
  • Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic

    Ease up, Grammys: No need to force the TV-music magic
    Last night was the Grammys, also known as The Show Determined to Make You Never Want to Hear One Note of "Stay With Me " Ever Again. And that was the record of the year in the music industry's annual celebration of (what's left of) itself. Imagine how...
  • Beyoncé on Grammys; 'Walking Dead' returns

    Beyoncé on Grammys; 'Walking Dead' returns
    Zombies, singers and comedians fill the weekend bill. The highlights: 1. Grammys, 8 p.m. Sunday, CBS Beyoncé will perform with John Legend and Common. She will sing "Precious Lord, Take My Hand," then the segment will go into "Glory" from the movie...
  • Our look at The Grammy Awards, and ranking the performances from best to worst

    Our look at The Grammy Awards, and ranking the performances from best to worst
    Soulful singer Sam Smith made it his night Sunday at the 57th annual Grammy Awards, taking home four awards, all major ones, and giving easily the night’s best performance. The surprise wasn’t that Smith didn’t win the fifth –...
  • Elvira set to meet fans at Shock Pop Comic Con

    Cassandra Peterson is just as bubbly and delightful over the phone as you'd imagine she'd be. Fresh from a morning run in Hollywood, Calif., Peterson phoned Take 2 to chat about her lifelong friendship with Paul Reubens, her funniest fan encounters and...
  • Grammys: Kanye West and awards-show etiquette

    Grammys: Kanye West and awards-show etiquette
    The recording academy dodged disaster Sunday night. Sure, the Grammys ran too long, but they could have been even longer if Kanye West had interrupted Beck. Viewers may have thought that West was spoofing himself and calling attention to the...
  • Oscars: Best, worst moments

    Oscars: Best, worst moments
    The best moments in the long Academy Awards telecast had nothing to do with host Neil Patrick Harris, who had a very off night. The night's biggest surprise was Lady Gaga's heartfelt tribute to "The Sound of Music," which received a loving endorsement...
  • Oscars: 'Birdman' flies, ratings don't

    Oscars: 'Birdman' flies, ratings don't
    The Oscars, which honored "Birdman" as best picture, took a dip in the ratings. The telecast hosted by Neil Patrick Harris averaged 36.6 million viewers Sunday. That was 15 percent off from last year, when 43 million followed Oscar host Ellen...
  • Oscars: Eddie Murphy to present, Lady Gaga to sing

    Oscars: Eddie Murphy to present, Lady Gaga to sing
    Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Murphy and Chiwetel Ejiofor are among the latest presenters announced for the Academy Awards. The new presenters also include Chris Evans, Dakota Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz and Margot Robbie. Lady Gaga, who won a Grammy on...