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    Lady Gaga on RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9

    Tonight the premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9 premiered on VH1. The highly anticipated episode featured Lady Gaga as a special guest and judge. She also pretended to be one of the contestants and named herself Ronnie. In case you missed it, you can watch the episode again below!

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    Lady Gaga behind the scenes with Tiffany & Co.

    Tiffany & Co. just released a string of new behind the scenes videos through Harper's Bazaar Singapore of Lady Gaga on the set of their new Hardware collection campaign. The Hardware collection launched in February during the Super Bowl and can be found online here. You can watch all five behind the scenes videos featuring Lady Gaga and her dog Asia below.
    On her experience working with Grace Coddington and Tiffany & Co. for her campaign:

    On “Legendary Style” and being classic:

    On her mother’s influence on her views on fashion and beauty:

    On the power of jewelry and romance:

    On what Tiffany & Co. represents today:


    WATCH: Lady Gaga and Metallica's dress rehearsal from the Grammys

    VEVO just uploaded Lady Gaga and Metallica's dress rehearsal of Moth Into Flame from the 59th Grammys. Unlike the live version that aired on television, the dress rehearsal shows no sign of mic failure from Metallica's frontman. Watch below to see how the performance was meant to be seen and heard!

    Lady Gaga set to replace Beyoncé at Coachella

    Billboard just reported Lady Gaga is to replace Beyoncé at the world-renowned Coachella music festival in Indio, California! The news was also confirmed by Gaga herself a few hours ago on her social profiles. Beyoncé recently revealed she is pregnant with twins and had to pull out from the headlining slot at the festival.

    Lady Gaga will perform both weekends of the festival on April 15th and 22nd. Festival promoters Goldenvoice and AEG Live are currently in the finalization process of bringing Lady Gaga's production to Coachella and will make an official announcement very soon.
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    Lady Gaga releases her commercial for 'The Love Project' at the Oscars

    Lady Gaga joined Pharrell Williams and Ellen DeGeneres to garner awareness for Revlon’s newest campaign, The Love Project. Her 30-seconds TV commercial was released at the Academy Awards tonight in hope to raise money for charities including WHA, Born This Way Foundation, From One Hand to AnOther and the Trevor Project.

    To donate, learn more, or simply share what love means to you, head to theloveproject2017.com. In the meantime, watch the official commercial for The Love Project below.

    Lady Gaga set to launch 'The Love Project' at the Oscars

    From her jaw-dropping Superbowl performance to her head-turning Grammys outfit, Lady Gaga has given us just about a million reasons to give her our undivided attention lately. And this weekend, she’s doing so yet again — but this time, she’s joining Pharrell Williams and Ellen DeGeneres to garner awareness for Revlon’s newest campaign, The Love Project.

    “The Love Project is the beginning of a social movement which aims to inspire more love, acceptance and caring in the world,” Carlos Barreto, Revlon Senior Vice President Marketing, said in a statement. “At the heart of this campaign is the belief that all people are beautiful and that love can create a better world.”

    In the campaign’s soon-to-be-released television commercial, which will launch during the Oscars this Sunday, the three stars share what love means to them, in hopes of raising money (in addition to the $1 million Revlon has committed) for charities including WHA, Born This Way Foundation, From One Hand to AnOther and the Trevor Project.

    To donate, learn more, or simply share what love means to you, head to theloveproject2017.com on Sunday.

    This article originally appeared on people.com.

    LISTEN: Lady Gaga - Million Reasons Remix by Chew FU

    Chew FU is well known for his official remix of Lady Gaga's hit single Bad Romance. Today he released his own remix of her latest single Million Reasons, included in her album JOANNE.
    Lady Gaga is currently getting ready to perform JOANNE in many parts of the world. Her JOANNE Tour is almost sold out everywhere, with tickets sold fast. In the meantime, you can listen to it in full below.

    Lady Gaga's musical performances on 'A Star Is Born' will be recorded LIVE

    Lady Gaga’s still a few weeks away from stepping into shoes previously filled by Janet Gaynor, Judy Garland, and Barbra Streisand on the contemporary remake of A Star Is Born, but the film’s Oscar prospects are already taking shape.

    According to the film’s sound mixer, Steve Morrow, Bradley Cooper’s upcoming adaptation of the classic Hollywood tale will follow in the Oscar-verified footsteps of films like La La Land and Les Misérables in that all of its musical numbers will be recorded live as the picture films.

    Speaking to Next Best Picture‘s Will Mavity during an interview published Saturday, Morrow, who received his first Academy Award nomination in January for his work on Damien Chazelle’s modern musical, revealed A Star Is Born shoots between April and June in Los Angeles, noting Gaga as a guiding force in pushing for the film’s uniquely challenging method of audio mixing.

    “I was hired on the film about two-and-a-half months ago and I’ve been grinding through it,” Morrow said of A Star Is Born, currently set for release on Sept. 28, 2018. “You sit there and you think, ‘Lady Gaga wants all the vocals live. She wants to perform live every single time you see her sing.’ She’s going to be live.”

    He also claimed Gaga’s vocals won’t be the only sonic element recorded on set during production on Cooper’s feature directorial debut, which revolves around a young singer (Gaga) whose career is given a jump-start with help from an aging, alcoholic movie star (Cooper).

    “She said, ‘Okay, look, here’s what I want: I want all the music to be live as well. I don’t want it to feel like I’m singing to a playback track because it doesn’t feel right to me. I can always tell; it always affects the performance. I want to sing live, I want the band to be live,'” Morrow said of the Grammy winner’s approach to the project, the soundtrack for which she is reportedly writing new tunes — a move that could earn Mother Monster additional recognition from AMPAS following her 2016 loss to Sam Smith in the best original song category (his James Bond track “Writing’s on the Wall” beat out “Til It Happens to You,” her collaboration with Diane Warren).

    “The music supervisors kind of look over at me like, ‘Can we do that?’ Yeah, we can do that. It’s my job to go, ‘Okay, how do we do this?'” he continued. “We come up with a plan and, so far I think we have a good plan.”

    The art of sound mixing, described by Morrow as the craft of recording a film’s initial round of audio, is often lauded by the Academy when it pertains to movie musicals. Bill Condon’s Dreamgirls nabbed the honor in 2007; Tom Hooper’s 2012 re-envisioning of Les Misérables recorded cast vocals during filming and won the Oscar for best sound mixing the following year.

    Shortly after Morrow’s nomination for recording live vocals and instrumentation for La La Land, the awards season juggernaut (and current best picture frontrunner) earned the Cinema Audio Society’s sound mixing award on Saturday night — an honor that has gone to six of the last ten winners in the Academy’s corresponding category.

    This article originally appeared on EW.com.