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    1. Lady Gaga is set to be an Honorary Co-Chair at the Breaking Through Lupus Gala by the Lupus Research Alliance on November 19 in New York City. She is joined by Selena Gomez and Michael R. Bloomberg. The not-to-miss annual event has been a red-circled night on NYC’s social calendar for decades. It draws over 700 members of the nation’s lupus community and raises millions, with every dollar going directly to fund lupus research programs. For tickets or to donate, visit: https://www.classy.org/event/breaking-through-lupus-gala-2018/e200828
    2. ‘Always Remember Us This Way’ Music Video

      The fourth music video from A Star is Born has been released and it’s no other than fan favorite, Always Remember Us This Way! After a vertical video was released on Spotify last week, Warner Bros. has released an official music video using footage from the film and uploaded it to Lady Gaga’s official YouTube channel. Watch the music video here:
    3. Lady Gaga walked the SAG-AFTRA Patron Award’s red carpet on Thursday evening before receiving her Artist’s Inspiration Award. She wore a dress from the 2018 Fall collection by Dior Gaga was presented her Artist’s Inspiration Award by her A Star Is Born co-star Sam Elliott. Shile accepting her award, Gaga made it a point to thank the on stage band before even beginning her speech. In her speech, Gaga thanked the SAG-AFTRA Foundation for their support of young artists and all the work they do, joking “I want to help you raise a sh*t ton of f*cking money!” Gaga also, as she always does, used this opportunity to interweave into her speech advocation for mental health by calling for it’s awareness to be brought forward into the light. She even went on to propose a SAG x BTWF partnership saying: “We have the power to set an example for decades and decades to come. Let’s change the world!” We at Lady Gaga Now congratulate Lady Gaga on her newest award and her continued success with A Star Is Born.
    4. Introducing FTRS!

      FeaTuReS is the brand new section on ladygaganow.co that allows any fan to write their own article regarding Lady Gaga with the chance to be published. All you need in order to write is an account with our website AND make sure your article is written using proper English in order to be eligible for posting. Keep in mind, all articles must be written as a true article or blog post, and should focus on just one specific topic. (Ex: "Reasons Why The ARTPOP Era Had Trouble" or "What's Going on with Lady Gaga's Instagram Posts?") After submitting an article, our team will Approve or Deny whether the article is fit to be published, this depends on the ability to read the article. You should add a proper cover image with your post (1400x700) otherwise one will be provided by us. Feel free to sign any of your articles with your Twitter, Instagram or your facebook. After our approval, we'll share each article across our social profiles! Depending on the success of FTRS, we have plans to expand the column to allow artists to discuss their inspirations and share their artwork too. We look forward to seeing what our fan community can come up with and are excited for what this new column will bring to our site.
    5. Lady Gaga will be co-chairing the 2018 American Cinematheque Awards as Bradley Cooper is awarded the 32nd American Cinematheque Award honoree on November 29, at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills. The American Cinematheque Award annually honors “an extraordinary artist in the entertainment industry who is fully engaged in his or her work and is committed to making a significant contribution to the art of the motion pictures.” Other co-chairs in attendance include: Ben Affleck, Dave Chapelle, Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio, Clint Eastwood, Jennifer Garner, Sean Penn, Jennifer Lawrence, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Emma Stone and many more. For tickets and a full list of co-chair attendees: http://americancinematheque.com/amcinaward2018/information.php
    6. A Star Is Born spends Third Week at #1

      Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born Soundtrack continues its domination by remaining #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 for the third week in a row. This beats Gaga’s personal record with Born This Way at #1 for two consecutive weeks, making it Gaga’s longest reigning #1 album. In addition to its US success, A Star Is Born has reported to have grossed more than $250 Million in the Worldwide Box Office and has secured, for the first time in history, #1 Movie, Single, and Soundtrack in the U.K. and Australia! Read more here.
    7. PREMIERE: I'll Never Love Again Music Video

      The third promotional video for A Star Is Born is out now, and it's no other than the obvious fan favorite, I'll Never Love Again (Extended Version). You can watch the official video exclusively on Apple Music or below. It's expected to be shared with other platforms soon. Caution: Minor Spoilers As of now, the song has no plans or radio deals to become an official single, but will be submitted alongside its parent album, the A Star Is Born Soundtrack, for the 2020 Grammy ceremony .
    8. Shallow Submitted for Four Grammys

      Gaga's 7th Grammy Award may be on the way! The Recording Academy began their voting today and it's been revealed that Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper from the A Star Is Born soundtrack has been submitted to four categories: Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Duo/Group and Best Song Written for Visual Media. The nominations are revealed on December 5th. If nominated, it will be Gaga's first time back in the Song and Record of the Year categories since 2009, first time in Best Song Written for Visual Media since Til It Happens To You's nomination in 2015 and the very first time for Pop Duo/Group. However, the full A Star Is Born soundtrack and I'll Never Love Again will be submitted for the 2020 Grammy ceremony, and they'll be submitted alongside Shallow at the 2019 Oscar's this coming year!
    9. In recent years, Kesha's legal battle against her former producer and alleged abuser, Dr. Luke, has become one of the most prominent legal battles in the industry, garnering tremendous support across social media, fans and fellow celebrities. In case you're unaware, Kesha came out as a sexual assault victim in 2014, accusing her then producer Dr. Luke of said abuse, thus opening a legal battle against him in hopes of getting out of her multiple album contract with the producer and his record label under Sony. As of recently, texts between Kesha and several other female artists in the industry have been made public, including those between herself and Lady Gaga, in which Kesha alleged that her former producer may have also sexually assaulted Katy Perry. On August 27, 2018 Lady Gaga's deposition on aforementioned texts had been made public. In her deposition, she recalls talking with Kesha and CEO of Intercope, John Janick, about a rumor that Mr. Janick had heard regarding Katy Perry's alleged abuse. She states that Mr. Janick and herself had been talking with Kesha about what they could do to help Kesha out from her legal binding with Sony and Dr. Luke's record company, Kemosabe Records, suggesting that somehow they could bring Kesha over to Interscope and that Gaga would look after her. Later on, in his own deposition, Mr. Janick redacted his claims of ever alleging Katy Perry had been raped, making it seem as if Kesha was lying to Gaga with her claim over text, ultimately contradicting both Kesha and Gaga's claims that they had heard the rumor from Mr. Janick and making Gaga's deposition appear to lack knowledge of the subject and evidence. Ms.Perry herself also stated on record that she had not been raped, assaulted, or drugged. Lady Gaga's support for Kesha throughout her legal battle has been anything but secret, taking to her various social media accounts to advocate for the singer and helping Kesha continue to spread her message and shine her light as this lawsuit draws on. #FreeKesha
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