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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, Ed Sheeran toast Stevie Wonder at all-star Grammy tribute

    Beyonce, Ed Sheeran toast Stevie Wonder at all-star Grammy tribute
    Who to get when you need someone to play one of Stevie Wonder’s “funkiest and most political” songs? The Band Perry, of course. That was the nutty reasoning at work Tuesday night at the Nokia Theatre, anyway, where Tyler Perry used...
  • Academy Awards show producers hope their third time is a charmer

    Academy Awards show producers hope their third time is a charmer
    The day after the Oscars last year, the show's producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron received a call from John Travolta apologizing for fumbling the name of singer Idina Menzel. Travolta's mispronunciation — Adele Dazeem — had become a trending...
  • Academy Awards 2015 drinking game: All you need to get sloshed during the show

    Academy Awards 2015 drinking game: All you need to get sloshed during the show
    What makes watching the Oscars with a bunch of your friends even more fun? A drinking game of course. Well, this is also true for most things in life. None the less, if you are planning on watching the Oscars, and you're planning on having alcohol around,...
  • Villages show celebrates L.A, , Chicago, New Orleans and the Big Apple

    Villages show celebrates L.A, , Chicago, New Orleans and the Big Apple
    THE VILLAGES — Which city is better, Los Angeles, Chicago, New Orleans or New York City? That's the question that will be asked when more than 50 singers and dancers appear in "Music in Motion Presents a Tale of Four Cities," which opens at 7 p.m....
  • Jazz singers bring new life to old standards

    Jazz singers bring new life to old standards
    Jamie Cullum doesn't want anybody to get the wrong idea about his new album, "Interlude." A British singer and piano player who emerged in the early 2000s as a precocious, messy-haired jazz star, Cullum spent the next decade inching ever closer to pop....
  • The return of Judith Regan! (New York shudders with delight and fear)

    "I WANT IT all and I would like it delivered," said that ever improving philosopher Bette Midler. And today I am going to give you another one -- "None of us know if we've bought our last brassiere," said Elaine Stritch shortly before she left the...
  • Kim Gordon on her new memoir, 'Girl in a Band'

    Kim Gordon on her new memoir, 'Girl in a Band'
    Kim Gordon is a founding member of Sonic Youth, visual artist, feminist icon, mother and fashion trendsetter. Now she can now add "memoirist" to her list of accomplishments. Her new "Girl in a Band," not only offers insight into music, art, the shifting...
  • 'Two and a Half Men,' 'Mentalist' end runs

    This week the end comes for two CBS series, Donald Trump names the victor on "The Celebrity Apprentice," and ABC counts down 15 movies that changed America. The week's highlights: "Two and a Half Men" wraps up a bawdy 12-year run at 9 p.m. Thursday with...
  • Sam Smith takes top honors at Grammys

    Sam Smith takes top honors at Grammys
    The 57th Grammy Awards belonged to Sam Smith, the freshman British singer-songwriter who took home three of the four top awards — and underscored the lightning speed in which an artist can capture the popular imagination in the age of YouTube and...
  • 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 –...
  • 5 reasons Madonna is still cool in 2015

    5 reasons Madonna is still cool in 2015
    Have some people stopped caring that Madonna used to be arguably the biggest pop star in the world? The Queen of Pop, with her only equal at the time being Michael Jackson, her trailblazing music and unabashed personality paved the way for this generation...