Millions of Little Monsters may adore her, but it seems Lady Gaga is her own biggest fan.
“Speaking purely from a musical standpoint, I think I am a great performer. I am a talented entertainer," the singer tells the March issue of Vogue magazine. "I consider myself to have one of the greatest voices in the industry. I consider myself to be one of the greatest songwriters. I wouldn’t say that I am one of the greatest dancers, but I am really quite good at what I do.”
Read the full interview with Lady Gaga in Vogue
While it may sound like she's boasting, Gaga says, "I think it’s OK to be confident in yourself.” And that's exactly the message she's sending fans through not just her music, but also every movement.
After the past few weeks of competition - and an outstanding opening number involving the more than 50 dancers who made it to the finals - it all came down to two acts on Wednesday night's "Live to Dance" finale.
White Tree Fine Art, as beautiful as their dancing was, didn't quite have the appeal to win over voters. Instead, pint-sized dynamos Kendall Glover and D'Angelo and Amanda were left standing to receive the $500,000 prize, the most ever awarded on a dance reality show.
Before that though, host Andrew Gunsberg introduced some taped segments, repeat performances from the dancers (read: time-killers), awarded a Chrysler (from the nearby set of "Price is Right"?) to the "Chi-Town's Finest Breakers" family, and time and again went to the judges to comment on the dancers.
On Thursday, singer Jennifer Hudson was absolutely bursting to tell Oprah Winfrey and her studio audience how much weight she has lost on Weight Watchers.
Her Weight Watchers leader Liz, however, was less enthusiastic. It seems she didn't want people to get caught up on the number of pounds as much as the need to change bad habits.
But after some discussion – and Hudson bouncing in her seat and saying "I want to tell it!" – she revealed the magic number.
Matthew Perry made his long-awaited return to half-hour comedy Wednesday night on ABC's "Mr. Sunshine," coincidentally in the same time slot as Courteney Cox's hit series "Cougar Town."
Perry plays Ben Donovan, who manages San Diego sports arena the Sunshine Center (hence the name), and his demeanor most of the time can best be described as frazzled (and not at all sunny, get it?).
He works for Crystal Cohen, played by Allison Janney (who is pretty much great in everything). As usual in most workplace comedies, she's not exactly easy to work for, and hasn't much of a clue about how to interact with most people.
"High School Musical" sweethearts Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron may have broken up, but the actress isn't ruling out reconciliation.
“We're still friends," Hudgens, 22, tells the March issue of Details magazine. "Who knows what the future will bring? We're figuring this out."
Read the full interview with Vanessa Hudgens in Details
Hudgens also gushed about working with actor Michael Caine, 77, her co-star in the upcoming "Journey to the Center of the Earth" sequel.
Another familiar face could be making his way to Southfork.
As Marquee previously reported, Larry Hagman, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy will be reprising their roles as J.R., Sue Ellen and Bobby Ewing in TNT's upcoming "Dallas" reboot.
Now, Deadline.com reports that former "Desperate Housewives" star Jesse Metcalfe is close to joining the cast. Metcalfe, who most recently starred in the NBC series "Chase," is being eyed for the part of Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby and Pam.
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