January 20th, 2012
10:44 AM ET
Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation will get underway on February 29, according to Billboard.
The non-profit charity, named for the pop star’s hit song, will celebrate its launch with a soiree at Harvard University’s Sanders Theatre.
Gaga first announced the creation of her Born This Way Foundation - to address issues like self-confidence, anti-bullying and career development - in November. She’s directing charity with her mother, Cynthia Germanotta.
January 17th, 2012
02:53 PM ET
Lady Gaga's reign as Twitter royalty - she named herself queen of the social network two years ago - is going strong.
The superstar has reached 18 million Twitter followers, and she acknowledged her growing legion with, of course, a tweet.
"Can't believe I have 18,000,000 TwitterMonsters, really rad, was just a few years ago I had barely any," Gaga posted over the weekend.
Trailing behind are Justin Bieber (16 million); Katy Perry (almost 14 million); and Shakira and Kim Kardashian, who are nearly neck and neck with over 12 million followers.
December 29th, 2011
01:00 PM ET
Lady Gaga has been inescapable for 2011, so it makes sense that she'll also be on hand to help us draw this year to a close.
The New Yorker will be back in town on New Year's Eve as Mayor Bloomberg's special guest, a spokesperson for the mayor tells CNN.
Although he's never met the "Born This Way" singer, Bloomberg said at a press conference Wednesday that he's seen Gaga in action and found her to be "a great entertainer," the New York Daily News reports.
December 27th, 2011
01:41 PM ET
Lady Gaga tops DoSomething.org's list of the Top 20 Celebs Gone Good for the second year in a row, according to the site.
The list, compiled by the volunteer organization, ranks celebrities according to their charitable work and donations.
The "Born This Way" singer held on to her No. 1 spot thanks to her anti-bullying efforts, like her Born This Way Foundation. Gaga is followed by fellow pop star Justin Bieber.
December 26th, 2011
02:42 PM ET
A former member of Lady Gaga's entourage has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the pop star over allegedly unpaid overtime.
According to the New York Post, 41-year-old Long Island resident Jennifer O'Neill was employed as Gaga's personal assistant for 13 months, on hand as the singer conducted her Monster Ball world tour in 2010.
O'Neill is said to have alleged in a lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court last week that she has about 7,168 hours of unpaid overtime, and is reportedly seeking $380,000 in compensation from Gaga's Mermaid Touring company.
December 26th, 2011
11:50 AM ET
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:
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