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Can we just take a minute to appreciate this?

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kellibellyjellybeans:

Stephanie Brown’s teachers from Batman Inc.: Leviathan Strikes: Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Madonna, and Katy Perry.

While it might have seemed like a dream or a tryptophan-induced hallucination, the Lady Gaga holiday special on ABC was a thing that actually occurred.

Exercise in trolling or self-indulgent ego-stroking? I dunno, but I kinda want to watch it now.

andykhouri:

Annie Lennox in 1984.

mariposima:

You know that everything Lady Gaga does is a direct rip off, right?

Right. Good. 

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pussylequeer:

Lady GaGa photographed by Nick Knight

pussylequeer:

Lady GaGa photographed by Nick Knight

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Back before she snagged herself an English country house, some  chickens and a gaggle of kids, Madonna seemed to be an ever-evolving  creation, a woman constantly, boldly, trying on personalities and styles  and partners to work out what fits.
Gaga, on the other hand,  becomes more and more contrived and cartoonish with every passing week…
When it comes to Gaga, I wonder, where does it stop? How does she stop?
For  me, what makes the Gaga saga compelling and gripping in a way Madonna’s  story never was, is the notion that Gaga might one day scrub off the  make-up, get down off her platforms, and reveal to the world who Stefani  is.

(Daniela Elser: "Pop princess Lady Gaga’s no Material Girl", via thepunch.com.au)

Back before she snagged herself an English country house, some chickens and a gaggle of kids, Madonna seemed to be an ever-evolving creation, a woman constantly, boldly, trying on personalities and styles and partners to work out what fits.

Gaga, on the other hand, becomes more and more contrived and cartoonish with every passing week…

When it comes to Gaga, I wonder, where does it stop? How does she stop?

For me, what makes the Gaga saga compelling and gripping in a way Madonna’s story never was, is the notion that Gaga might one day scrub off the make-up, get down off her platforms, and reveal to the world who Stefani is.

(Daniela Elser: "Pop princess Lady Gaga’s no Material Girl", via thepunch.com.au)

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Spotted at the local ‘yoof’ clothing boutique last night. Buy the album, wear the t-shirt; now all we need is the action figure to complete the pop-culture trifecta.

suicideblonde:

Lady GaGa