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    The Monster Ball Tour in Montreal, Canada

    The first show of the Monster Ball Tour took place last night in Montréal, Canada. Lady Gaga delivered an amazing performance while wearing incredible outfits! See all the photos here or scroll down for videos.
    Dance In The Dark
    Just Dance
    Beautiful, Dirty, Rich
    Boys Boys Boys
    So Happy I Could Die

    Poker Face

    The Fame
    Money Honey
    Paper Gangsta
    Eh Eh

    Happy Thanksgiving, Little Monsters!

    So, first of all we would like to thank everyone, all the little monsters that supported us everyday with your compliments and your adorable emails from all over the world (especially from Japan). The following is really a little present for you, but we are trying to do our best and we hope you will still appreciate it. These are 23 photos of Lady Gaga taken by Sascha Eisenman, in which you will find 13 never seen before shots. Happy Thanksgiving!

    Lady Gaga's 'The Fame Monster' to be re-released?

    Cherrytree Records and Lady Gaga's manager have confirmed that a new release of The Fame Monster will be available soon! As you may know, some of the songs in the album are censured, CherryTree decided to publish a new release of the album on iTunes with the uncensured songs. No date of release has been set yet. Stay tuned for more info.

    Lady Gaga interviewed on Ellen Degeneres

    Outcasts, misfits and the forgotten of society, rejoice: Lady Gaga is doing it all for you. "I didn't fit in in high school and I felt like a freak," she tells Ellen DeGeneres in an interview to air Friday. "So I like to create this atmosphere for my fans where they feel like they have a freak in me to hang out with and they don't feel alone."
    "The whole point of what I do – The Monster Ball, the music, the performance aspect of it – I want to create a space for my fans where they can feel free and they can celebrate," the singer, 23, says.
    It's all about letting people who don't fit in know that someone out there is fine with who they are – and that other people have gone through the same thing, the fan-loving musician says.
    "This is really who I am, and it took a long time to be okay with that," she says. "Maybe in high school you, Ellen, you feel discriminated against. Like you don't fit in and you want to be like everyone else, but not really, and in the inside you want to be like Boy George – well, I did anyway. So I want my fans to know that it's okay. Sometimes in life you don't always feel like a winner, but that doesn't mean you're not a winner, you want to be like yourself. I want my fans to know it's okay."