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    1. You may have probably heard about Owen; he is a boy with severe autism who was personally invited on stage by Lady Gaga during her Joanne Tour concert in Philadelphia back in the day. Last night she invited him again to sing Million Reasons on the piano together. After the performance, as you will see in this emotional clip, she helps him to get back to his place in the crowd. She truly has a Diamond Heart!
    2. 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!
    3. 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. The show starts at 8 pm EST (7 pm CT, 5 pm PT, 1 am UK and 2 am Europe). We are not responsible for the efficiency of the live stream, but the video will be available right after here on our website. ATTENTION: Give the player time enough to load. We do not guarantee that it works on mobile. In the meantime, join the discussion on our forum! Alternative Streaming
    4. A new commercial for the Born To Dare Campaign by Tudor Watch has been released and it features Lady Gaga playing the piano with her own “dark” version/alter-ego. Enjoy!
    5. 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.
    6. Lady Gaga made a very special surprise to a child named Owen last night. He is affected by severe autism and her mother has been trying to get him to meet Gaga for quite some time. Last night, during her Joanne World Tour show in Philadelphia, his dream came true. Owen got invited on stage, carried by two men who brought him right next to Gaga. He sat with her on the piano while she sang The Edge Of Glory. You can watch the full video below.
    7. 'GAGA: Five Foot Two' - Review

      Lady Gaga premiered her first Netflix documentary 'GAGA: Five Foot Two' at the Toronto Film Festival tonight. Gaga also performed an an acoustic version of her hit single Bad Romance for the public. Right after the end of the live preview, Hollywood Reported shared their first review of the documentary. 'GAGA: Five Foot Two' will be available from September 22 on Netflix. You can ready the first review below, or watch pictures from the red carpet here. SPOILER AHEAD. Director Chris Moukarbel pulls back the sequined meat dress to reveal the "real" Lady Gaga in this verite-style documentary. Premiering, no doubt by minutely planned design, at the Toronto Film Festival just as its subject glides through Canada on her world tour, documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two offers fans of pop star Lady Gaga an artfully casual, precisely spontaneous glimpse into the life of their idol, filmed in 2016 while she was working on her latest album Joanne. Directed and filmed by Chris Moukarbel (Banksy Does New York, Me at the Zoo), and produced not just by him and Live Nation’s Heather Parry but also Gaga herself and her manager Bobby Campbell, this is certainly an entertaining enough watch, even for those without much rooting interest in Gaga. Sure, it’s hardly in the rock-doc hall of fame like Bob Dylan: Dont Look Back (1967) or even Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (2004), but as a canny mesh of artistry, marketing and brand building, it achieves its ends: promoting the star, providing desirable exclusive content to Netflix subscribers (the streaming service is one of the producers) and generating some opening-weekend, red-carpet glamour for Toronto. Those aims were partly achieved before the film even press screened in Toronto by generating copy in the gossip press. Word on the net was that this would feature Gaga (born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta) exposing herself, talking frankly about her struggles with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and chronic physical pain from a broken hip, as well as her breakup with fiancé Taylor Kinney. Sure enough, she speaks up about these things, and even lets Moukarbel’s camera film her visiting a doctor where, clad only in a paper hospital gown, she reels off a long list of all the meds she takes. A few minutes later, she continues the consult as make-up artists apply war paint in preparation for her next appearance. The whole scene starts to acquire a certain ghoulishness, taking exhibitionism to a new level of extremity. More frivolously, there are shots of her smoking a joint or two, or maybe just smoking (it’s impressive that she can get away with lighting up whatever it is in so many workplaces where mere mortals would be arrested for vaping); accidentally driving into her producer Mark Ronson’s car and totaling his bumper; going topless by a pool while having a meeting with her image consultants and stylists; and having a minor diva fit “meltdown” on the set of American Horror Story when plans change suddenly. Throwing red meat to the campier constituency of her fan base, she throws shade at Madonna — somewhat hypocritically, perhaps — by criticizing her fellow star for talking badly about her to the media, instead of to her face. Despite all the blurry camerawork and footage of an un-made-up Gaga relaxing around her house while the entourage bustles around her, above all she comes across as an extremely focused, warm but formidable micro-manager. She seems collaborative and affectionate with her team, often dispensing hugs and taking an interest in their private lives, including one colleague on her creative team who’s just been diagnosed with cancer. Gaga exudes nuclear levels of magnetism, and the film captures her intense relationship with her friends, family and fans. Still, one can imagine woe would betide anyone who might neglect, say, to get the lining on a sequined jacket fixed the instant she asks for it, as happens just before she does the half-time show at the Super Bowl. The scene where she plays her “Joanne,” the title track for her new album, to her aged grandmother, an intense tribute to her late aunt who died after having her hands amputated, is particularly fascinating. Gaga clearly craves approval and validation from the elderly lady and seems to be pushing to create a cathartic drama out the scene, but her grandmother seems resistant to all this emotional hyperbole, insisting that the loss is well in the past now. In a way, it’s moments like this, where Gaga can’t completely control the script, that make the movie more interesting than it realizes. Technically, the package is assembled with competence and style, with graceful editing by Greg Arata helping to create a strong sense of story and continuity. Moukarbel and his sound editors frequently use swelling soundtrack choices and a flurry of fast edits to suggest the frenzy of Gaga’s life. This article originally appeared here.
    8. The official press conference for Lady Gaga's upcoming documentary 'Gaga: Five Foot Two' took place earlier today in Toronto, Canada. The event was live streamed on TIFF's YouTube Channel. In case you missed it, you can watch it again below! Click here, instead, for the pictures of her arrival and here for the press conference photos.
    9. Netflix just posted a teaser trailer of Lady Gaga's upcoming documentary GAGA: FIVE FOOT TWO. The teaser gives us a glimpse of Lady Gaga's every day life and shares moments of her interacting with fans, making Joanne and preparing for the biggest performance of her career, the halftime show at Super Bowl 51. Watch the teaser trailer for GAGA: FIVE FOOT TWO below. GAGA: FIVE FOOT TWO will stream worldwide on Netflix starting on September 22nd.
    10. 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. Source.
    11. 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! https://twitter.com/iimgab/status/901326802844569601
    12. 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.
    13. 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
    14. While we wait for Lady Gaga's second stop in Edmonton which is taking place tonight, good quality videos from her opening show in Vancouver emerged. For those who cannot attend her Joanne Tour, you can watch her performances below!
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