If you’re hoping to get Lady Gaga’s autograph, we suggest asking from afar.
Otherwise you might end up face down on the floor, like the man her bodyguards restrained in the lobby of a Bucharest, Romania, hotel.
Kristen Stewart can count Lady Gaga among the celebs coming to her defense in the wake of a cheating scandal involving the "Twilight" star and a film director.
Gaga tweeted some words of sympathy for Stewart and her co-star/boyfriend Robert Pattinson on Wednesday, not long after Stewart publicly apologized to Pattinson for her fling with filmmaker Rupert Sanders. Sanders, who helmed Stewart's "Snow White and the Huntsman," is married with two kids.
Although Lady Gaga suffered a nasty hit on the head during a performance over the weekend in New Zealand, the shows must go on.
The pop phenom's since moved on to Brisbane, Australia, and she shared a picture of herself in recovery mode on Monday night. "Emerging from hours of sleep. Still remiss if I should go outside, with this clonker I may be of questionable styling," she joked.
Lady Gaga is on the mend after getting smacked in the head with a prop while performing in Auckland, New Zealand, on Sunday.
The superstar singer was in the middle of a rendition of "Judas" when a backup performer accidentally hit the Grammy winner on the head with a set pole while attempting to move it.
They say imitation is the greatest form of flattery, but Madonna's recent cover of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" might not be seen as such.
While rehearsing for her M.D.N.A. tour, the Material Mom made it a point to mashup her classic song “Express Yourself” with Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way."
When Gaga first dropped the single, music fans were quick to point out the similarity between the two tracks, something that hasn't been lost on Madge.
Judging from her recent tweets, Lady Gaga was beyond excited to perform her "Born This Way" tour stop in South Korea Friday, but not everyone has welcomed the pop star with open arms.
Christian groups throughout the country were reportedly petitioning for Gaga to cancel her Friday concert, calling her show “pornographic” and a promotion of homosexuality.
According to the Chicago Tribune, the Korean government banned kids under 18 from attending the concert in response to intense pressure from the public.
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