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  1. Lady Gaga and Paper Magazine threw a Chromatica "Fundrager" on Zoom where all proceeds went to the Marsha P Johnson Institute, an organization that protects and defends the human rights of black transgender people. This organization was one of many that Lady Gaga spoke about in a recent Twitter thread in her support of the Black Lives Matter movement. The fundraiser, hosted by Zach Campbell and Brendan Jordan, highlighted the talents of many performers and artists such as Purple Disco Machine, Ralphi Rosario, Doss, Dee Diggs, Anz, Juku, and The Ugly One. Attendees in the Zoom call could enter with a code. Various fans entered as well as members of the Haus of Gaga. Lady Gaga first made an appearance with a custom studded Chromatica face mask. She was surrounded by an outstanding wardrobe as she danced and did her own hair and makeup. She later appeared and danced in a Manzanares fringe bodysuit as a Sceiße remix which transitioned into G.U.Y. played in the background. She brought out a laptop and struck various poses as she continued to enjoy the dance party. She eventually stopped to speak about the event: "Hi everybody. I just want to thank you so much for coming. I love you, I love you so much! Thank you, Marsha P. Johnson, for being such an inspiration to so many people." She went on to thank the audience, "Thank you so much for being here tonight. You guys are having so much fun together in the spirit of something so kind and beautiful. I f*cking love you. Please take care of each other tonight." She then commemorated Campbell and Jordan for hosting the event, as well as quipped about a quick outfit change. "I love seeing you all smiling and dancing, so back to the music because I'm going to do a quick change! Girl, my lace front is about to fall the damn fool off! I did this sh*t myself!" Lady Gaga then returned in a pink outfit from the BCALLA Swim with the Tide but Faster Collection to once again praise the performers, hosts, and the cause. She ended her appearance for the event by teasing she was returning to the world of Chromatica. Unfortunately the livestream has been taken down from Youtube, but you can still rewatch the full event on PAPER MAGAZINE. You can also download the full event in HD on our Forum. You can learn more about the organization and donate here. www.marshap.org
  2. Lady Gaga and Paper Magazine threw a Chromatica "Fundrager" on Zoom where all proceeds went to the Marsha P Johnson Institute, an organization that protects and defends the human rights of black transgender people. This organization was one of many that Lady Gaga spoke about in a recent Twitter thread in her support of the Black Lives Matter movement. View full article
  3. Lady Gaga's new album 'Chromatica' was featured during Apple's 2020 Keynote for developers, where the company announced new versions of its operating systems. During the presentation of the new version of iOS, 'Chromatica' and 'Stupid Love' both appeared on the presentation slides. 'Chromatica' is also featured on Apple's home page. You can watch the full Keynote bellow: Lady Gaga and Apple have previously collaborated on the video of 'Stupid Love', entirely recorded using an iPhone. You can discuss it on our forum here.
  4. Lady Gaga's new album 'Chromatica' was featured during Apple's 2020 Keynote for developers, where the company announced new versions of its operating systems. During the presentation of the new version of iOS, 'Chromatica' and 'Stupid Love' both appeared on the presentation slides. 'Chromatica' is also featured on Apple's home page. View full article
  5. Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s early smash hit “Rain On Me” storms in at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. This earns Lady Gaga her fifth #1 single on the main chart. Previous songs of hers to hold this spot include Just Dance, Poker Face, Born This Way, and Shallow. With “Rain On Me” topping the charts, Lady Gaga now holds the crown for the longest time span of #1 debuts (9 years, 3 months, and 1 week) while also adding to her own career history by now having #1 singles in 3 different decades, 00’s, 10’s and now 20’s. For Ariana, this achievement makes her the only artist in history to debut atop the Billboard Hot 100 a record breaking four times while simultaneously being her 4th #1 single. Collectively, “Rain On Me” continues pushing barriers as it becomes the first time in history that three female collaborations have topped the chart back to back following “Say So” and “Savage.” Congratulations to Gaga, Ariana, Bobby and Scooter for the work and love they’ve poured into this collaboration. We know this chart achievement comes at a time of high emotion and injustice as protests are marching on across America and globally following the tragic murder of George Floyd, and want to assure our followers and readers we have not lost sight of the bigger issue here by taking a moment to reflect and celebrate. We wish anyone taking part in the protests in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter physical, emotional and mental health and safety during these times. For ways to help, donate and get involved please visit: https://t.co/RZ1mm7QJNa
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