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    1. The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place on Sunday (January 26, 2020) at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Lady Gaga had a total of 3 nominations and 2 wins*: Song of the Year - Always Remember Us This Way Best Song Written for Visual Media - I'll Never Love Again (Film Version)* Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media - A Star Is Born Soundtrack* Gaga didn't attend the ceremony this year, breakinga 5 year streak of performances, including last years energetic rendition of "Shallow". During the pre-show, she took home two Grammy awards: Best Song Written for Visual Media for I'll Never Love Again (Film Version) and Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for A Star Is Born Soundtrack, making her the first artist of the 2020 decade to win a Grammy and first artist to win Best Song Written for Visual Media twice in a row. These wins make her an 11 time GRAMMY Award Winner, following her 3 wins from last year with Shallow and Joanne.
    2. Lady Gaga joined Oprah at her first stop on the 2020 Vision Tour Saturday afternoon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to talk about daily self-care routines and other mental health-related topics. The two continued their conversation about mental health from last November, revealing new details about Gaga's mental health struggles along the way. Struggles and Background: Gaga began the session opening up about her struggles of being misunderstood in high school, revealing that this later lead her to create her On stage persona “Lady Gaga". Recalling her constant struggles with PTSD, and looking back at when she did not have any help, Gaga announced that going into this decade, she would like people to be more educated on what Fibromyalgia is. She would also like to help solve this mental health crisis together with the best doctors, researchers, professors and scientists, expressing her vision of erasing the stigma on mental illness. PTSD and her past experience: Psychotic episodes and disassociation was another mental health issue that Gaga encountered recently. Moreover, she revealed that nobody in the industry wanted to help her put the person who raped her in jail, and that she has chosen not to reveal who it was. However, Gaga divulged that she still has an ongoing struggle of PTSD from this incident. Lady Gaga's Medical Routine and LG6: Oprah moved onto discussing Gaga's self-care routines, medication being one of them. It was also disclosed that her doctor prescribes her to take an anti-psychotic medication to help her from spiraling out and from spasming in her sleep. She also discussed learning to radically accept her conditions and her pain in Dialectal Behavioral Therapy because of the pain she endures with Fibromyalgia. Gaga goes on to say that she work outs, practices transcendental meditation, and practices spreading kindness and bravery through the Born This Way Foundation as part of her self-care routines. To the great pleasure (and demand) of eager fans, Oprah asks when her creative process of creating LG6 happens in the midst of all the time she puts into working on herself constantly. Gaga reassures her that despite all the time she allocates to working on herself, she is indeed still working on music and has been in the creative process for years. CBS Morning Special: You can also re-watch the full event below:
    3. Lady Gaga surprised thousands of fans at The Grove mall in Los Angeles for the launch of her first Haus Laboratories' palette: FAME: GLAM ROOM PALETTE NO. 1. A special pop-up store was opened by Amazon for the special occasion. The party was announced early last week on Twitter and since then people started queuing up outside the store. Local news reported the huge crowd outside the mall on TV. Check out pictures from the event below: FAME: Glam Room Palette Number 1 is now available for purchase, along with the new Haus Laboratories Holiday Collection featuring new shades and a brand new sparkling lipstick on hauslabs.com or check your local Amazon.
    4. The Recording Academy has announced the official nominations for the 62nd GRAMMY Awards live on CBS early this morning. Lady Gaga scored a total of 3 nominations for her work in "A Star Is Born". The breakdown of her nominations is as follows: Song of the Year: Always Remember Us This Way Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media: A Star Is Born Soundtrack Best Song Written for Visual Media: I'll Never Love Again (Film Version). Last year, Gaga won 3 Grammys out of her 5 nominations, two for the global hit "Shallow" and one for the piano version of the title track form her 2016 studio album Joanne. Due to the massive, sustained success of "A Star Is Born" ever since its theatrical release last year in October, the soundtrack is predicted to win big the night of the 2020 Grammy ceremony. The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards will take place Monday, January 20th at the Staple Center in Los Angeles, hosted by Alicia Keys second year in a row. Check back again on the day of the ceremony for a live stream, and to find out how many trophies Gaga will end up taking home!
    5. The 47th Annual American Music Awards announced their nominations today, and Lady Gaga scored two nominations. "Shallow" has been nominated for "Best Collaboration". "A Star is Born" has been nominated for "Best Soundtrack". For the very first time, you can go on google.com to vote for your favorite artists. You can submit up to 30 points per day split among all your favorite stars. The AMAs will take place on November 24 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and will be broadcast on ABC.
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