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Global Citizen and Lady Gaga Partner to Present “One World: Together At Home”

Global Citizen and Lady Gaga Partner to Present “One World: Together At Home”

Kayla Mutchler, Staff Writer

April 27, 2020

$127 million raised to combat the COVID-19 epidemic, a star-studded day of performances, and an eight-hour live streamed TV special— “One World: Together At Home” was a historic event. “Together At Home” was held on Apr. 18 and broadcast on 60 networks across 175 countries, including three...

Lady Gaga Begins the Chromatica Era with Single, “Stupid Love”

Lady Gaga Begins the Chromatica Era with Single, “Stupid Love”

Kayla Mutchler, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

After three years without releasing a single, Lady Gaga is back with her new song, “Stupid Love,” released on Feb. 28. This is the first single from her upcoming sixth album, “Chromatica.” Gaga announced “Stupid Love” on Feb. 25. The tweet contained a photo of a billboard in California ...

Lady Gaga Launches Makeup Line, Haus Laboratories

Lady Gaga Launches Makeup Line, Haus Laboratories

Kayla Mutchler, Entertainment Editor

October 23, 2019

People know her as Lady Gaga, the musical artist who told us we’re born this way.  Last year, Gaga starred in her first, Oscar-nominated, cinematic role alongside Bradley Cooper in A Star is Born. In September, she entered the beauty industry with the launch of her brand, Haus Laboratories.  ...

“A Star is Born” Shines at Box Office

Sean McGuire, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2018

Lady Gaga made her debut as a main character in a feature length film and it is arguably her best performance ever. The film, as of Oct. 14 has made $136.2 million worldwide since its release on Oct. 5. “A Star is Born” has been made three times. This version tells the classic story of an acco...

‘Til It Happens To You

Samantha Higgins

September 23, 2015

I have never been a big fan of Lady Gaga; sure, I would sing along to her music on the radio, but as far as her as a person, I felt like she went too far just to get a little attention. However, with how many people look up to her on a daily basis I completely admire the fact that she is using her celebrity...

The Sound of Music is still heard 50 years Later

Ben Atwater

April 29, 2015

This year at the Oscars, Lady Gaga performed a medley of songs from the 1965 film The Sound of Music to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the movie. Hearing Lady Gaga’s rendition instantly brought to mind how timeless and influential songs such a “Climb Every Mountain” and “Goodbye” are. After t...

Lady Gaga honors a timeless classic

Ashley Winward

February 25, 2015

As I sat at my television, hands covering my eyes, I have to admit I was terrified. When I heard that Lady Gaga was performing at all, I was generally concerned but to hear that she would be honoring a classic had me preparing for the worst. I’m not saying that Lady Gaga is a terrible performer—q...

The Diva Battle is ON!

Dave Iannacone

April 20, 2011

In this day and age, it is pretty rare that an epic chart battle is in the cards. However, this week it seems like the stars have aligned and the battle is on! This time, we see the battle of divas, with arguably the four biggest female forces in pop music on three different songs pinned against each...

A Little Positivity

Dave Iannacone

March 30, 2011

I think it’s important to take a step back from time to time and simply observe what’s going on in the music world. Outside of the obvious trends, one that I picked up on was the recent craze of positive, self-love tracks. Between Lady Gaga’s "Born This Way," Katy Perry’s "Firework," Ke$ha’s...

Born To Make History

Dave Iannacone

February 23, 2011

Love her or hate her, there is little denying that Lady Gaga’s new single "Born This Way" was one of the most talked about and anticipated releases of 2011 thus far. Pretty much as soon as the song was released, the buzz grew exponentially thanks to its too-close-for-comfort similarities with Madonna’s...

The Never Ending Album Project

Dave Iannacone

November 17, 2010

The idea of re-releasing an album is far from a new one. For years, repackaging and slightly altering the tracklist has been a brilliant way to keep interest in an album project. Artists such as Beyonce and Rihanna have seen massive success by using this formula. However, in recent years the trend has...

Lady Gaga Wins Big at MTV Europe Music Awards

The Associated Press

November 10, 2010

MADRID – Lady Gaga won three prizes at this year’s MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday, claiming Best Female, Song, and Pop honors, just a year after taking the plaudits for best new act. The ceremony converted two of the Spanish capital’s most iconic landmarks into glittering venues from which...

2010 MTV Video Music Awards

Dave Iannacone

September 15, 2010

Going into the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, hopes were high for an amazing and memorable night. With a great lineup of performers and presenters, Chelsea Handler hosting, and the Kanye/Taylor Swift debacle still fresh on everyone’s mind, this year’s show was almost guaranteed to be full of great...

Summer 2010: Music Review

Dave Iannacone

August 25, 2010

As summer 2010 is rapidly coming to an end, another collection of seasonal anthems is in the books. Despite big album releases from Tom Petty, Drake, 3OH!3, and Arcade Fire, the genre of the summer was without a doubt dance pop. Being the biggest ladies in music at the moment, Lady Gaga and Ke$ha both...

Lady Gaga fires back in NY court at music producer

Brittni DeHart

March 22, 2010

From The Associated Press Lady Gaga is firing back at a music producer who claims he launched her career and is suing her for $30.5 million. Her lawyer said in a court filing made public Friday the agreement at the heart of the suit was "unlawful." Song writer and music producer Rob Fusari...

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