The American Music Awards 2017 took place tonight. As previously announced, Lady Gaga performed The Cure from her Joanne Tour concert in Washington, which was broadcasted live on ABC.
At the same time, Lady Gaga received the award for Best Female Artist right on her stage.
In case you missed performance, you can watch it again below and join the discussion on our forum!
As previously announced, Lady Gaga is set to perform at the American Music Awards 2017 tonight. She will take the stage from her Joanne Tour concert in Washington. Her performance of ‘The Cure’ will be broadcasted on TV during the show! You can watch the live stream below.
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Lady Gaga has been working hard lately in the studio with her long time friend and amazing producer DJ White Shadow. The two worked in the past on albums like ARTPOP and Born This Way. Together they gave birth to some of Lady Gaga’s best tracks and therefore this news will definitely make most of the fans VERY happy!
With the occasion of ARTPOP’s 4th anniversary taking place today, DJWS has posted a picture on Instagram with his ARTPOP tattoo. While recalling all the things that happened during that time to both him and Lady Gaga, he thanked ARTPOP and the experience he lived for the lessons that he learned and the gifts that it gave him and Gaga.
More importantly, DJWS concluded his post hinting that Lady Gaga’s 6th studio album might be following the same musical path that ARTPOP initiated:
“Happy 4th Birthday, I can’t wait to introduce you to your little sister soon. #LG6”
Later on Twitter, he added that "just to be clear, every recod is its own record" and that "this is not a second act, it's a new era".
Last night Lady Gaga jumped on her airplane to perform at the “Deep From The Heart: The One America Appeal” event, a Hurricane Aid concert for the devastating events that took place in Texas, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands and Louisiana.
The event was also attended by five former US presidents who watched Lady Gaga perform 3 of her best songs: You And I, Million Reasons and The Edge Of Glory. At the end, the gave her a standing ovation, alongside with a few tears!
Watch Lady Gaga’s performance below!
We are extremely glad to be able to finally release this music video which is the result of a collaboration with other Lady Gaga fan sites; fans from all over the world joined The Cure video project in order to support Lady Gaga in this difficult time. We just love what came out of it and we hope you do too!
Thanks everyone for joining us. Special thanks to the fan sites that particularly contributed to this and proved that together we can do so much more!
Please note: the video was sent to Lady Gaga’s manager.
Lady Gaga has finally rescheduled the dates for her Joanne World Tour in Europe, which were postponed due to health issues. She has been working on her rehabilitation and she is finally feeling better, therefore she is ready to hit the road again! The list below features the new dates. If you have purchased your tickets already, make sure to check LiveNation for any additional details.
Jan. 14 – Barcelona, Spain
Jan. 16 – Barcelona, Spain
Jan. 18 – Milan, Italy
Jan. 20 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
Jan. 22 – Antwerp, Belgium
Jan. 24 – Hamburg, Germany
Jan. 31 – Birmingham, UK
Feb. 1 – Birmingham, UK
Feb. 4 – London, UK
Feb. 6 – Manchester, UK
Feb. 8 – London, UK
Feb. 11 – Zurich, Switzerland
Feb. 13 – Cologne, Germany
Feb. 15 – Stockholm, Sweden
Feb. 17 – Copenhagen, Denmark
Feb. 20 – Paris, France
Feb. 21 – Paris, France
Feb. 23 – Berlin, Germany
Lady Gaga and Beyoncé are the kind of friends that might not meet up often, but still support each other no matter what! Earlier today, Beyoncé sent her a get better gift. As you know, Gaga is currently struggling with her fibromyalgia and today was another painful day. Despite this, she felt very much loved when she received a comfy and warm sweatshirt from Honey B! On Instagram she wrote:
“Not having a good pain day. Thank you honey 🍯 B for sending me this comfy sweatshirt. Keeps me warm outside in a hammock so I can be w the trees, and the sky, and the sun and take deep breaths. Feel so lucky to have so much love ❤️“
Warner Bros.’ remake of A Star Is Born, directed by and starring Bradley Cooper, as well as Stefani Germanotta aka Lady Gaga, will hit theaters earlier next year, specifically May 18, instead of its original date of Sept. 28.
Deadline hears that Warner Bros. executives saw an early cut of the film and were blown away by Germanotta and Cooper’s sublime turns; as such they want to get the film on screen as soon as they can.
Pic’s new release date occurs coincidentally during the Cannes Film Festival and Warner Bros. has a recent history of launching its grand May spectacles on the global stage on the Croisette, read Mad Max: Fury Road and The Great Gatsby. Whether A Star Is Born will make its world premiere at Cannes is still up in the air, and Warner Bros. isn’t commenting on that type of launch right now.
On its new date in U.S./Canada, A Star Is Born will go against Sony’s Slender Man and Focus Features’ untitled Laika production. That’s also the weekend preceding the Memorial Day stretch when Disney/Lucasfilm’s Han Solo anthology movie opens.
A Star Is Born gives a fresh look at the story about a singer whose star rises as quickly as her troubled lover/mentor’s star is falling. The latest version of the script was written by Bradley Cooper, Will Fetters, and Eric Roth (Munich, Forrest Gump). Sam Elliott also stars. For Germanotta, who already is an Oscar nominee and won a Golden Globe for her turn in American Horror Story: Hotel, it’s truly her first marquee film role.
A Star Is Born is also a Live Nation/RatPac-Dune Entertainment production. Bill Gerber, Jon Peters, Bradley Cooper, Todd Phillips, and Lynette Howell Taylor are producers with EPs Basil Iwanyk, Michael Rapino, Heather Parry, and Ravi Mehta.
By the way, the Lady Gaga candid Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two hits the streaming service today following its Toronto International Film Festival premiere.
This article origianlly appears on Deadline.com