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    Lady Gaga Joins Tudor Watches Campaign: Born To Dare

    Astounding voice. Style icon. Awarded actress. Lady Gaga is all of this and much more. With her very own brand of theatricality, style and charisma, Lady Gaga keeps millions of fans and the fashion community on their toes.
    6 Grammy Awards. 1 Golden Globe. Countless MTV awards. 150 million singles and over 30 million albums sold. Lady Gaga has achieved a level of fame and respect few entertainers ever have. This is a result of her unique recipe for success: raw talent, hard work, bold choices and immense gratitude to her fans, her “little monsters” as she calls them.
    When you try and think of a daring individual in today’s popular culture, it is hard to find anyone more fitting the description than Lady Gaga. Behind the glitter and glam, her provocative style and political statements, she is about total showmanship. A singer. A composer. A performer. A dancer. She stages herself, crafting a revolutionary image as a way to reach the public through a comprehensive approach to art. Writing her own lyrics, playing the guitar, the piano, dancing, asserting her unconventionality, she raises awe, attention and awareness.
    Lady Gaga captures the current vibe with her mastery of all types of pop and her acute sense of style. Her amazing vocal abilities belong on every stage. From the little known NYC clubs where she made her debut, to the 25,000-seat arenas she fills to the brim with her current Joanne World Tour, to a jazz club, singing the best of the past standards with her full, warm tones.
    Lady Gaga is not just about entertainment and show business. She shakes things up. With undivided commitment she is a vocal activist. Her message takes many shapes and forms, among which music is the main but not the sole medium. Lady Gaga stands out in the way she dresses, but also with her charity agenda and non-profit work.
    Being in the public eye, supporting political and social causes against the political tide, demonstrating and championing charities requires facing her fears. Raising awareness, money and helping Haiti in 2010, Japan in 2011, she is a champion of the fight against fur, an advocate for the rights of the LGBT community. Yet she’s not poker faced about her religious beliefs.
    Her Born This Way foundation is committed to supporting the wellness of young people and empowering them to create a kinder and braver world. Leveraging rigorous academic research and authentic partnerships it provides young people with kinder communities, improved mental health resources, and more positive environments – online and offline.
    Lady Gaga is a global, leading fashion icon, mindful of everything she wears. She has turned celebrity into a comprehensive art form. She knows full well that an outfit is a powerful message, an art performance. Every accessory is a way to shape her image, a means to an end.
    Lady Gaga wears the Black Bay. This 41-mm automatic timepiece is the interpretation of a famous tool watch. Versatile, timeless and authentic, the Black Bay is Lady Gaga’s choice.
    You can find the promo picture in high quality here.
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    Lady Gaga honors her late friend Sonja with 'The Edge Of Glory'

    Last night, Lady Gaga brought the Joanne World Tour to the Wrigley Field in Chicago. During her performance of The Edge of Glory, she shared a very intimate moment with her fans. She first dedicated the song to her late friend Sonja, who died of cancer a few months ago, then she went on and told the public that some of her ashes were spread on the venue's field right before the show.
    Lady Gaga was also the very first singer to perform solo at the Wrigley Field of Chicago, and she decided to dedicate this moment to her friend Sonja. Watch the video below!
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    Lady Gaga talks about Madonna in her Netflix Documentary

    Following the official announcement, Lady Gaga has released a new clip from her upcoming Netflix Documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two. In this video, she dishes on Madonna and expresses admiration for her no matter what the two went through. The clip ends with Gaga saying "the only thing that bothers me..." which leaves us very curious to see the rest.
    The full documentary will premiere on Sept. 22 on Netflix.
     

    Lady Gaga set to release 'Five Foot Two' Documentary

    In the Netflix original documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, set to premiere on September 22, Lady Gaga offers a vulnerable look of her life during one of the most pivotal periods in her career yet. Directed by Emmy®-nominated filmmaker Chris Moukarbel (Banksy Does New York, Me at the Zoo), the film is shot in the style of cinema verité, giving viewers unfiltered, behind-the-scenes access as Gaga spends time with close friends and family members, records and releases her 2016 album Joanne and, deals with personal struggles.
    Moukarbel’s compelling portrait captures Lady Gaga’s life over a eight-month period. On top of professional triumphs, viewers will see her cope with intense emotional and physical pain. Other moments reflect more ordinary aspects of her life, whether it’s attending a family christening, visiting her grandmother or cooking and playing with her dogs at home. The film may help viewers understand how all of these experiences contribute to Gaga’s art – and how, in just a few years, the 5-foot-2 performer has become such a relatable and beloved figure worldwide.
     

    Lady Gaga to Perform in Toronto as Netflix Doc 'Five Foot Two' Bows

    Lady Gaga will perform at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival on the first Friday night as the Netflix documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two has a world premiere.
    The pop icon's post-screening performance on Sept. 8 will follow Gaga's Joanne world tour having a two-night stand at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on Sept. 6 to 7, just as TIFF gets underway. Gaga's latest concert tour kicked off in Vancouver on August. 1.
     
    Gaga: Five Foot Two, directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Chris Moukarbel, offers behind-the-scenes access as Gaga, also known as Stefani Joanne Germanotta, meets with close friends and family, records and releases her 2016 album Joanne and deals with personal struggles.
    This article originally appeared on THR.
     

    VIDEOS: Lady Gaga's Joanne Tour in Inglewood, CA (Night 1)

    Lady Gaga brought the Joanne World Tour to Los Angeles last night. Her first out of three sold out shows in Inglewood took place at The Forum. Videos taken front row are available below!
     
    Diamond Heart
     
     
    A-YO
     
     
    Poker Face
     
     
    Perfect Illusion
     
     
    Interlude 1 / John Wayne
     
     
    Scheisse
     
     
    Alejandro
     
     
    Interlude 2 / Just Dance
     
     
    LoveGame
     
     
    Telephone
     
     
    Come To Mama
     
     
    The Edge Of Glory
     
     
    Born This Way
     
     
    Interlude 3 / Bloody Mary
     
     
    Dancing In Circles
     
     
    Paparazzi
     
     
    Joanne
     
     
    Interlude 4 / Bad Romance
     
     
    The Cure
     
     
    Million Reasons
     

    VIDEOS: Lady Gaga's JOANNE Tour in Edmonton, Canada

    Last night the second show of Lady Gaga's Joanne World Tour took place in Edmonton, Canada. Videos recorded from a fan who was front row are now available below!
    Diamond Heart
     
    A-YO
     
    Poker Face
     
    Perfect Illusion
     
    John Wayne
     
    Scheiße
     
    Just Dance
     
    LoveGame
     
    Come To Mama
     
    Bloody Mary
     
    Bloody Mary
     
    Bad Romance
     
    The Cure
     
    Million Reasons
     

    The Joanne World Tour Set & Stage Design

    The stunning aesthetics of Lady Gaga’s Joanne World Tour gave many attendees goosebumps as the set and stage, built by TAIT, took over the entire arena. The full layout consisted of a very dynamic and kinetic main stage, three flying bridge platforms which double as projection displays, two satellite stages and an LED integrated b-stage.
    The jaw-dropping 85 ft. wide main stage is fashioned with three automated lifts used for scenic props and staging equipment, in addition to, five performer wave lifts surrounded with LED video panels. The lifts transform the stage into several intricate looks throughout the show.
     
    Three of the five performer wave lifts are 17 ft. wide and sit side by side upstage. Parallel to the upstage performer wave lifts are two 50 ft. wide performer wave lifts. When moving in unison, all of the wave lifts appear as one massive lift that transforms into five different configurations: Flat, Elevated, Criss-Cross, Diagonal, and Staircase. The upstage performer wave lifts also move independently from the larger wave lifts forming four different movements: Flat, Elevated, Staircase, and Zig Zag.
     
    TAIT designed and manufactured three inflatable lighting pods which hang 60 ft. above the audience and house billboard-like, video projection displays. When not being used in billboard display mode, each video projection display descends 50 ft. below its lighting pod and converts into a 50 ft. long bridge platform giving Lady Gaga and her dancers a catwalk to travel on from the main stage to the satellite stages and to the multi-dimensional, LED lit b-stage at the other end of the arena.
     
    Additionally, TAIT custom designed the jagged, heart-shaped, laser piano to match the b-stage’s neon aesthetics by furnishing it with 44 lasers that shoot beams of vibrant colors through the arena with every single keystroke she played. The shell of the piano is built out of a 1.25 inch acrylic, in addition to, a mixture of mirror and dichroic filmed polycarbonate fascia which amplified her flashy laser show.
     
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