In a lot of ways, Lady Gaga has been the victim of a compressed career arc. Her first single went to No. 1 in 2009; within a year she was the biggest pop star in the world, within two years she was already struggling through her Difficult Second LP, and within four years her popularity was markedly on the wane. And so in 2016, when Gaga was announced as the halftime headliner for Super Bowl LI, it felt almost like a throwback choice, even coming in the midst of the promo campaign for her much-hyped fourth album Joanne -- particularly after that album was released to respectable sales but mixed reviews, and its singles stalled early and often on the charts.
The Lady Gaga Super Bowl halftime performance 2017 was surprisingly void of political innuendo. Considering Gaga’s past theatrics, many expected a politically charged performance. How could we forget Gaga’s meat dress or LGBT centric single “Born This Way”. Instead, the Millions Reasons singer chose her moments carefully. Lady Gaga’s performance wasn’t completely neutral, of course.
In the days leading up to her performance at the Super Bowl halftime show, pundits speculated about whether the pop star Lady Gaga—who has long advocated for misfits, throwing her considerable support and empathy behind anyone subject to marginalization—would use this singular platform to express dissent.
After staying quiet while breakup stories raged Tuesday, Lady Gaga surfaced overnight to clear the air about the status of her relationship with Taylor Kinney.
Lady Gaga isn't receiving applause in China. The eccentric entertainer sparked outrage in the country — and her music was reportedly banned there — after she met with the Dalai Lama, who's considered a separatist by China's communist government.
They came as robots and gladiators, light-up princesses and high-haired goddesses shimmering in green, copper and silver. As predicted, the annual parade of fashion and star power at the Met Gala on Monday night included an array of interpretations on the evening’s vibe: “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
Lady Gaga's tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys was everything it was destined to be: Loved by some, hated by others, overlooked by few. The performance, in which Gaga told Mashable she wanted "people to be fully immersed in the experience of him," didn't find its greatest fan in the late singer's son, though.
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"I wanted to be an actress before I wanted to be a singer," the pop superstar said of winning her first acting award
Alright, guys! This is it — the final round of March Madness is upon us. If you’ve been following along with PopCrush over the past few weeks, then you know what that means: Today marks the beginning of the end. The final round will determine which dedicated fandom deserves to win the title of Best Fanbase. Weeks of voting left Lady Gaga‘s Little Monsters against Miley Cyrus‘ Smilers. Which fanbase is better?