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    Lady Gaga Wins Big at 61st Grammy Awards

    The 61st Annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place on Sunday (February 10, 2019) at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Lady Gaga was the most nominated female artist of the night, tied with H.E.R. and Cardi B, with a total of 5 nominations and 3 wins*:
    Record of the Year - Shallow Song of the Year - Shallow Best Pop Duo/Group Performance - Shallow* Best Song Written for Visual Media - Shallow* Best Pop Solo Performance - Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin'?)* During the pre-show, Lady Gaga took home two Grammy awards: Best Song Written for Visual Media for Shallow and Best Pop Solo Performance for Joanne (Where Do You Think You're Goin"?). 

    Later in the night, Lady Gaga graced the red carpet in a custom, silver Celine Spring 2019 gown by Hedi Slimane and dazzling Tiffany & Co jewelry from the 2018 Blue Book collection, posing alone and with other superstars like Jennifer Lopez. More information on her outfits throughout the night can be found below.

    She then took the stage with Jada Pinkett, Alicia Keys, Michelle Obama and Jennifer Lopez for an unforgettable moment of female empowerment and celebration of music. You can watch the speech below.
    She, then, won her third Grammy of the night as Shallow took home the award for Best Pop Duo/Group performance, shared with her co-star, director and friend Bradley Cooper. During her inspiring acceptance speech, Lady Gaga drew attention to mental health issues that people and artists might be facing, which you can watch below.

    She later took the stage to deliver one of the most hyped and dynamic performances of the night, performing a rock-inspired version of her Grammy-winning hit Shallow with her co-writer Mark Ronson in a bedazzled jumpsuit and giant platform heels. You can watch the full performance below.

    She then went for an outfit change and took her place in the audience, posing with stars such as Cardi B and Janelle Monáe.
    After tonight's win, Lady Gaga has brought her Grammy count to an astonishing total of 9 trophies. She has also won "Best Original Music" at 2019 BAFTA Awards earlier today.



    Lady Gaga and Fiancé Christian Carino End Engagement

    Lady Gaga and her fiancé Christian Carino have split, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.
    “It just didn’t work out. Relationships sometimes end,” a source tells PEOPLE. “There’s no long dramatic story.”
    Speculation arose when fans noticed that Gaga was not wearing her engagement ring at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 10, neither did she thank Carino in her acceptance speech after her song “Shallow” won the best pop duo or group performance prize.
    Carino did not attend the Grammys, even though he was by her side at various other events this awards season, including the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Golden Globes, as she’s made the rounds a various ceremonies for A Star is Born.
    On Valentine’s Day, instead of sharing photos with her fiancé, the star revealed that she’d had a permanent piece of A Star Is Born inked on her body. Gaga debuted a large tattoo on her spine that pays tribute to her role in the acclaimed musical-drama.
    “Happy Valentine’s Day. A tattoo toast to “la vie en rose” by the beautiful @winterstone my spinal cord is now a rose,” Gaga wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of the completed tattoo of an intricate outline of a single rose on a long stem with the words, “la vie en rose” written in script beside it.
    She also got the musical notes “G” and “A” on sheet lines of sheet music tattooed onto the inside of her arm, spelling out her name.
    At Elle‘s 25th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles in October 2018, honoree Gaga revealed her engagement to Carino by thanking “my fiancé Christian” during her speech.
    PEOPLE exclusively confirmed Gaga and the talent agent, were dating in February 2017 after the couple were spotted getting affectionate at a Kings of Leon concert that year.

    Lady Gaga Debuts Two New Tattoos on Valentine's Day

    On Valentine's Day, Lady Gaga debuted two new tattoos, done by LA-based tattoo artist Winterstone.
    The first on her spine, her largest tattoo to date, is the outline of a rose with "La Vie en Rose" written down the sides– an homage to her long love of the Edith Piaf song, as well as an ode to her character Ally in A Star is Born, who sings the song in the film. 
    In the same session, Gaga also got her name –"GAGA," written in music notes tattooed on her right forearm. Her manager, Bobby Campbell, got a matching version. 
    The original version of Gaga's tattoo was missing the fifth staff line, but was then fixed after Gaga noticed the error.

    Lady Gaga gears up to launch Haus Beauty

    The force behind Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop and Jessica Alba's Honest Company, the billon-dollar media investor Nicole Quinn has opened up about her company Lightspeed Venture Partners' newest addition to its growing portfolio of e-commerce startups, Lady Gaga's much anticipated, secretive beauty business "Haus Beauty", in a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter (THR):
    "So we're doing something with Lady Gaga" Quinn revealed. She added that the long-run success of the business depends largely on the celebrity's involvement in the process from start to finish. Quinn continued, "asking her many different questions around commitment and time and energy is what actually gave me conviction about the deal because she's so passionate about this. She spends many hours a day calling not just the management team in the company but everybody, discussing the product and having them over to her house to brainstorm".
    Quinn also told THR that the talks with Lady Gaga and her team actually started about two years ago.
    "So this has been a long time in the making. We invested about six months ago. We're excited for our launch because we have got some absolute superstars as part of this company, people that have true expertise in the area. They know she never does anything half-assed."
    Lady Gaga has first filed to trademark her upcoming beauty empire "Haus Beauty" back in February 22, 2018. Foundations, highlighters, bronzers, lipsticks, glosses, eyeshadows, eyeliners as well as fragrances and skincare items such as facial moisturizers, toners, body scrubs, oils and cleansers are among the products that she is expected to launch. 
    The owner of "Jeffree Star Cosmetics" and beauty influencer Jeffree Star has already expressed his interest in reviewing what "Haus Beauty' has in store for all of us on his YouTube channel with a subscriber count of almost 13 million:

    Well, don't say we didn't warn you. Haus Beauty is expected to launch "very soon". Stay tuned.

    Glenn Close is open to work with Lady Gaga

    Throughout the award season, The Wife's Glenn Close and Lady Gaga have proved to us many times that friendship between the women of Hollywood is not something as rare as the mainstream media has led us to believe. Glenn Close has opened up about the possibility of working with Lady Gaga on a project in a recent interview with the Hollywood Reporter:
    You seem to have formed a connection with Lady Gaga this awards season. Would you consider working on something together?
    We haven't talked about working together, but I would certainly be open to that. She's remarkable, incredibly courageous and creative. A prodigy. So many gifts. I met Cynthia, her mother, before I met Stefani, as I call her. I remember when she first sat down at the [THR] Roundtable and she was next to me, I could really sense her nervousness. I tried to put myself in her shoes. Even though she's accomplished incredible things, as a personality, performer, artist, writer, she'd never been in that particular combination of women before, who are actresses. I tried to put her at ease as much as I could. I was just thrilled that she was there. She's very articulate and smart. I felt like that was almost a rite of passage for her around that table. I'm very proud of her.
    Have you seen her in Vegas yet?
    No, I can't wait.

    Billboard Updates Lady Gaga Career Sales

    As "Shallow" gears up to possibly dominate tonight's Grammy Awards, Billboard gives us an update on Lady Gaga's U.S. career sales and streams according to Nielsen Music:
    The Fame - 4.8 million Born This Way - 2.4 million The Fame Monster (EP) - 1.6 million ARTPOP - 781,000 A Star Is Born Soundtrack - 780,000 Cheek to Cheek - 773,000 Joanne - 649,000 The Remix - 316,000 Born This Way: The Remix - 62,000 A Very Gaga Holiday - 46,000 With 17 chart weeks spent in the top 10 of Billboard 200 ever since its release back in October 2018, A Star Is Born Soundtrack has already become Lady Gaga's 5th best-selling studio release and is on track to surpassing ARTPOP which currently sits at number 4.
    Poker Face - 7.5 million Just Dance - 7.2 million Bad Romance - 5.9 million Born This Way - 4.3 million Paparazzi - 3.6 million Telephone - 3.5 million The Edge of Glory - 3 million Applause - 2.7 million Love Game - 2.67 million Alejandro - 2.63 million You and I - 2.4 million Million Reasons - 1.1 million Judas - 1 million Best-selling songs from A Star Is Born 
    Shallow - 596,000 Always Remember Us This Way - 246,000/71 million streams I'll Never Love Again - 226,000/66 million streams Most-Streamed Songs (on-demand U.S.)
    Bad Romance - 395 million Poker Face - 322 million Million Reasons - 234 million Applause - 232 million Just Dance - 197 million Shallow - 178 million Born This Way - 158 million The Cure - 142 million Paparazzi - 118 million Alejandro -103 million Released back in September, "Shallow" has already become Lady Gaga's 6th most streamed song in the United States, surpassing timeless classics such as Born This Way, Paparazzi and Alejandro. The song has resonated with audiences in the U.S. and all across the world due to its stripped down honesty, as Lady Gaga puts it." It's a conversation between men and women. Asking each other questions and a desire for more depth in the shallowness of a modern era".
    Billboard also chimes in on the possibility of a follow-up single to the hit "Shallow" which has not yet been announced. According to Billboard, "the safest and the best choice" might be "Always Remember Us This Way" based on its "consumption totals and hook". 
    Lady Gaga has cemented herself as one of the most influential artists of our time, and she sure has the numbers to prove it. 

    Lady Gaga to perform at the GRAMMYs

    Lady Gaga will officially take the GRAMMYs stage with Mark Ronson in what is set to be an unforgettable performance this Sunday.
    Shallow is up to 4 nominations: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group performance and Best Song Written for Visual Media. Lady Gaga is also nominated in "Best Pop Solo Performance" for the piano version of Joanne.
    You can watch the GRAMMYs this Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT on CBS or on our website.

    Read the Official A Star is Born Screenplay

    The official A Star Is Born screenplay was released by Warner Bros as part of a ‘For Your Consideration’ pack amidst awards season, where the film is expected to sweep many of the awards it is up for, including Oscars. It features the full, original script and has a few variations, assumedly changed in the film due to improvisation.

    Download the 139 Page document here.

    Lady Gaga blasts Dr. Luke's Lawyer in her deposition: "You should be ashamed of yourself".

    Lady Gaga was fiercely protective of Kesha while being deposed as part of the ongoing legal battle with Dr. Luke. Her frustration of the situation was expressed at multiple times, notaby when Gaga told his lawyer she “should be ashamed” of herself.
    According to court documents recently unsealed in the never-ending legal battle between Kesha and Dr. Luke, Lady Gaga battled it out with Luke’s lawyers during a heated deposition, which had been heavily redacted until Tuesday.
    The deposition took place in September 2017 and began with Gaga’s lawyer informing Luke’s lawyer that the she was ready to testify but wanted them to be aware Gaga was a sex abuse survivor and was experiencing PTSD which caused her ongoing trauma and emotionally charged reactions prior to the depo.
    Read an extract from the deposition below.
    LAWYER: “I just want everyone to understand that, as she has publicly stated in other contexts, as a sex abuse survivor, and I know this from my own personal experience with family members, there are trigger events, and this deposition has proved to be a trigger event for Ms. Germanotta. And she has experienced in the past few hours some PTSD reactions which is causing some trauma and emotional reactivity. So she is crying now the record will reflect.”
    Gaga was then questioned about the details of the first conversation where Kesha told her about the alleged abuse but the singer told Luke’s lawyer she could not recall the specifics.
    GAGA: “What we discussed was, what I recall was her immense sadness and depression and fear. She was visibly very different than when I had seen her before, and – but I can’t say specifically what we spoke about. I just recall it was emotional and I wanted to be there for her.”
    Things then started to get heated when Luke’s lawyer begins to question Gaga on whether she believes being accused of rape has damaged the producer’s reputation.
    G: “Reputation, if you are asking about his reputation in the world, I don’t feel at liberty to speak for the entire world. So if you are asking what my view is of his reputation, I made my view of him and his reputation when I saw her in that back room. That was an image that – of something that happened to me, and I felt and knew in my heart that she was telling the truth, and I believe her.”
    L: “With respect to Mr. Gottwald himself, you have absolutely no personal knowledge or information as to any interaction between him and Ms. Sebert, correct, physical or otherwise?”
    G:  “Yes, I do have knowledge.”
    G: “She told me he assaulted her.”

    The lawyer asked if she had nothing other than what Kesha told her, to which the singer then responded,
    G: “Well, you know – when men assault women, they don’t invite people over to watch.”
    G: “And when this happens in this industry, it is kept extremely secret, and it is compounded by contracts and manipulative power scenarios that actually include this very situation that we are all in right now.”
    L: “But, again, there are people that are falsely accused of rape, aren’t there? You think there has never been a false accusation of rape?”
    At that point, Gaga was clearly not appreciating the line of questions and said to the female lawyer questioning her.
    G: “You – how about all of the women that are accused of being liars and how she was slut shamed in front of the world, how about that?”

    The lawyer rephrased her question to ask what happens when it’s a he-said/she-said situation.
    G: “I believe it to be true.”
    G: “I have factual knowledge of her depression. I have factual knowledge of her need for support and love. I have factual knowledge of the spiral that I watched that girl go down. I have factual knowledge of trauma. I am informed and intelligent about this issue. That girl has experienced serious trauma and she is in the middle of the right now. And you are all a party to it.
    Why on earth would this girl tell the entire world this happened? Why on earth? Do you know what it’s like for survivors? Do you know what it’s like to tell people? Don’t you roll you eyes at me. You should be ashamed of yourself.”
    At that point, everyone agreed to take a break and the depo continued with more questioning.

    Kesha dropped her charges against Dr. Luke in Los Angeles. But the trial is still ongoing in New York.
     "This lawsuit [has been] so heavy on my once free spirit, and I can only pray to one day feel that happiness again." 
    You can download Lady Gaga's deposition in full clicking here.

    Lady Gaga attends SAG AWARDS

    The 25th Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards took place this Sunday at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, CA. Bradley Cooper's sensational remake of 'A Star Is Born' leaded the way with 4 feature film nominations including:
    Outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture (A Star Is Born) Outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role (Bradley Cooper) Outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role (Lady Gaga)  Outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role (Sam Elliot) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper introduced their film before the 'Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture'.
    Lady Gaga's exceptional performance as 'Ally' has been recognized by all major acting foundations: Oscars, SAG Awards, BAFTAs, Golden Globes and Critics' Choice. Her SAG Award nomination for her first role as a lead actress, perhaps, is the most monumental, showing that she has been accepted and validated by the acting community that she desperately longed to be a part of.

    A Star is Born scores 8 nominations at The Oscars

    The nominations for the 91st Academy Awards were announced today, and Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's 'A Star is Born' has scored a total of 8 nominations. 
    The 4th reimagination of a classic tale, Cooper & Gaga’s ‘A Star Is Born’ becomes the version with most Oscar nominations. The 1937 original with Janet Gaynor scored 7 nominations, while the 1954 adaptation with Judy Garland and the 1976 remake with Barbara Streisand scored 6 and 4 nominations respectively.
    A Star Is Born recieved the greatest honor, landing a Best Picture nomination. Lady Gaga was nominated for Best Leading Actress, while Bradley Cooper scored a nomination for Best Leading Actor. The pair's hit song "Shallow" was also nominated in the Best Original Song category (Cooper does not recieve a nomination here as he is not a credited writer). Sam Elliott also recieved a nomination for Best Supporting Actor.
    The film was also nominated for Sound Mixing, Cinematography and Adapted Screenplay. Check out the video below for the full break-down of their nominations.

    Lady Gaga performs first 'Jazz & Piano Engagement' show

    Lady Gaga kicked off the first of her 'Jazz & Piano Engagement' shows in Las Vegas tonight, alongside pop show 'Enigma', of her two year residency. 
    She dazzled in a variety of outfits, showcasing her immense vocal talent performing songs from the Great American Songbook, as well as stripped down versions of her own hits. The stage set-up is very reminiscent of her 2015 "Cheek To Cheek" tour with Tony Bennett, using some of the same lighting and seating

    The show kicks off with a message from Tony, and a cover of Frank Sinatra's "Luck Be A Lady", leading into "Anything Goes" by Cole Porter. The 2 hour show also features tracks covered on her duet album 'Cheek To Cheek', such as "Lush Life" and "Bang Bang".
    Bennett also joined Gaga onstage as a susprise guest, performing a few songs together. 
    During the show, different interudes are shown on screen as Gaga makes an outfit change. In these clips, she discusses the history of Jazz, how it feels to perform it, why she returned to it and more, while one of her early tracks "Captivated" is played on piano. 
    Original tracks were performed including Bad Romance, Poker Face and Born This Way, but one of the most notable moments took place towards the middle of the show, where Gaga performed a brand new jazz arrangement of "Paparazzi". You can watch it below. 

    Other Performances:
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    "A Star Is Born" Available on iTunes

    Bradley Cooper's phenomenal reimagining of "A Star Is Born" starring the exceptionally talented Lady Gaga is now digitally available to purchase on US iTunes as of January 15th, 2019. You can now immerse yourself into the heartbreaking tale of Jack and Ally as their relationship is challenged and slowly blurred by Jackson's continued substance abuse and the demons of Ally's rising fame. 
    The movie has rapidly claimed the top spot on US iTunes movie charts within a few hours of its release. The iTunes version of the movie also features extras such as performances, music videos and never-before-seen behind-the-scenes footage that were not shown on the big screen. 
    In "The Road To Stardom", you can go behind the camera and take a closer look at the making of "A Star Is Born", including Gaga's emotional speech to the audience during the filming of "I'll Never Love Again" right after the death of her close friend Sonja. It features the deleted performance of Gaga's deeply moving ballad "Is That Alright?" from the wedding scene as well as the full performance of Elvis Presley's  "Baby What You Want Me To Do?" sung by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. You can take a glimpse at the first day Bradley and Gaga met in the iPhone recording of the duo belting out to "Midnight Special" in Gaga's Malibu house after a meal of leftover pasta and witness the instantaneous chemistry between them in the first ever screen test before the filming began. What stands out the most, however, is a brief clip of Gaga's powerful, raw vocals during a table read, which leaves the entire room cheering her in awe. 
    You can view the featured bonus content below.
    "Baby What You Want Me To Do?" Preview:
    "I'll Never Love Again" Behind-The-Scenes:
    Behind-The-Scenes Footage including the table read: 
    "Is That Alright?" Deleted Scene:
    Screen Test:
    Midnight Special: