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The singer performs an a-capella rendition of the 1928 song, composed and written by Gershwin brothers, when bringing her 'ArtRave: The Artpop Ball' tour to the city's LeBreton Flats.
The duo performs some songs from their upcoming 'Cheek to Cheek' album that's scheduled to be released later this year via Interscope.
The animal rights organization released a statement over the photos of the singer's French bulldog wearing necklace and earrings.
The singer posts an Instagram photo of her two dogs staring blankly at the camera and captions it, 'Stella and Asia after watching DWUW.'
According to new reports, the semi-NSFW video was scrapped after GaGa learned of controversies surrounding both R. Kelly and director Terry Richardson.
The 'Bad Romance' hitmaker exposed her bust out of her bra and her new trumpet tattoo in recent Instagram pictures.
A U.S. District Judge rules that GaGa's 'Judas' and Rebecca Francescatti's 'Juda' do not 'share enough unique features to give rise to a breach of the duty not to copy another's work.'
The Mother Monster shows off her new look as she steps out in New York City with her entourage, rocking curly mane and thick eyebrows.
The two scrapped concerts, which were supposed to take place in Seattle on Wednesday, May 28 and in Vancouver on Friday, May 30, will be rescheduled.
The New York singer says that artists who charge money for their concerts should really sing their records for their fans.
T.I., donning an all-black outfit, raps his verses and shows off some dance moves when he joins GaGa to perform the 'ARTPOP' track for the first time together at the Madison Square Garden.
The Mother Monster seemingly sends a jab at the 'Dark Horse' singer after she sported green hair and rode a mechanical horse on tour.
The 'Applause' hitmaker strips off as she changes from one outfit to another in between songs in the middle of her concert in Sunrise, Florida.
The singer underwent a photoshop surgery which enhanced her skin, hair and make-up.
The members of the Recording Industry Association of America claim Kim Dotcom gained $175 million in illicit profits while costing the rightful copyright owners $500 million.