Fresh off the Harvard launch of her Born This Way Foundation, Lady Gaga has yet another reason to celebrate. No, it’s not her birthday either. That’s later this month, on March 28, when she turns 26. Right now, Gaga can throw her paws up and dance around the room because she has just notched 20 million Twitter followers. Make that 20,096,127 people are reading her tweets, as of press time.
Not only is Taylor Swift one of the most desired and sought after single gals in Hollywood – cue up the Beyonce song — but she is also a much coveted collaborator. If there is any truth to the pervasive rumors, B.o.B may have snatched her up to collaborate on his new album.
Lady Gaga is reportedly set to make her film debut in the forthcoming ‘Men In Black’ sequel. While one might expect such news to come via a tweet from Gaga herself, word spread like wildfire on the web after franchise star Will Smith accidentally spilled the beans to a Brazilian website during a promotional trip to Rio last week.
Some more details, including a trailer, have been revealed about Demi Lovato‘s previously top-secret upcoming MTV special, ‘Demi Lovato: Stay Strong,’ which is set to air on MTV on March 6 at 10PM ET. It’s a one-hour documentary that begins in the Fall of 2011, as Lovato faces life after rehab and navigates the long, involved recovery process, which didn’t cease when she signed out of a treatment facility.
Chris Brown hits the club and brings some serious dance moves to the screen in his video for ‘Turn Up the Music.’ The clip features a light plot, but for the most, Brown is dancing his you-know-what off.
In her chat with ‘60 Minutes,’ music’s favorite diva Adele gushed that she is madly in love with her new beau Simon Konecki and nothing, not even scooping up two armfuls of Grammys (going six-for-six in a sweep), can get in the way of Adele’s romantic happiness moving forward. Even if that means giving fans the silent treatment for several years. Adele? Going silent? Again? Say it ain’t so!
The Mother Monster tweeted a sketch of her stage design for the forthcoming Born This Way Ball tour yesterday and followed that big reveal up with a tweet where she shared the amazing, somewhat gothy tour poster from what is sure to be a live extravaganza.
After months of leaks, speculation and conjecture, Madonna and Live Nation have finally confirmed that the Material Girl will embark on a world tour in support of her new album ‘MDNA’ this May. Madge showed the world she still has “it” when it comes to live performances, courtesy of her 2012 Super Bowl XLVI halftime performance, which has been earning rave reviews.
Lady Gaga is getting ready for her next tour, which is the ‘Born This Way Ball.’ The trek is set for 2012 through 2013. To get little monsters psyched about her return to the road, she tweeted a black and white sketch of the massive, wonderland-like stage set up, along with some details about a newly created entity called ‘The Monster Pit.’
Calling all little monsters. Forget Facebook. Toss Twitter. Move on from MySpace, if you haven’t already. The Mother Monster AKA Lady Gaga is launching her own social networking site that is specifically designed to create a community among little monsters and that which will allow some communication with Gaga herself.
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