Lady Gaga was certainly in the holiday spirit this year. In addition to releasing an EP of seasonal tunes around Thanksgiving, she also had fans eagerly anticipating Christmas morning, when she said she'd release another "Born This Way" track.
Gaga announced the musical present last week, telling Little Monsters to be on watch for an "unreleased" and "uncensored" song that she'd crafted in one take on her tour bus.
Before tweeting a link to "Stuck on F****n You" Sunday, the Mother Monster gave us a little context for the single:
Mel Gibson's marriage to ex Robyn Moore is officially over - CNN confirmed that the actor's divorce was finalized on Friday.
An L.A. Superior Court judge signed off on his split from Robyn, with whom Gibson has seven children. The pair had been wed for nearly 30 years, according to People magazine, and reportedly did not have a prenuptial agreement.
As a result, People mag asserts that Robyn is legally entitled to half of what Mel earned during their lengthy marriage, as well as half of every future check he'll get from film residuals. The report notes that the actor's earnings were previously estimated to be as high as $850 million, according to a 2006 report in the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Neither Mel's legal representation nor Robyn's has yet returned a request for comment.
Demi Lovato isn’t happy with the Disney Channel.
The former “Sonny With a Chance” star, who has been treated for depression and an eating disorder, publicly expressed her dismay regarding a joke she heard on the network’s “Shake It Up!”
“‘I could just eat you up, well if I ate’ – Disney Channel’s ‘Shake It Up’.... What are we promoting here?” the 19-year-old singer tweeted. “I find it really funny how a company can lose one of their actress’ [sic] from the pressures of an EATING DISORDER and yet still make joke about … that very disease.”
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