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Adelaide Clemens hints that the A-listers are eyeing the soundtrack gig, saying, 'I don't think Warner Bros. are going to turn down Prince and Lady GaGa knocking down your door.'
The Mother Monster is 'supremely honored' by the LennonOno Grant for Peace and will donate the money she receives to Elton John's AIDS Foundation.
The 'Marry the Night' singer says of her 'Swan 'Vomit' Lake', 'was praying nobody saw but actually its quite a good laugh if u need one.'
The Monster ringleader appears to have a sick stomach as she throws up when singing 'The Edge of Glory' in Spain.
A recent inspection by the Department of Health found improper use of utensil and no protection against potential contamination among others.
The 'Marry the Night' singer says she removed 'Partynausous' from the upcoming album because she 'was not willing to compromise musically to the changes his team was making to my music.'
In the not-safe-for-work picture that features the famed designer, Lady GaGa shows off one of her nipples.
The Monster ringleader goes back to the 90's as she shows up wearing the famous gown that Liz Hurley donned at the 'Four Weddings and a Funeral' screening.
Alley calls scrutiny over GaGa's weight gain 'insane' and says Hollywood's obsession with weight sends 'a horrible message to the world, especially to girls.'
The Mother Monster credits her boyfriend for helping her embrace her body, adding, 'When I eat and am healthy and not so worried about my looks, I'm happy.'
The Mother Monster says her love affair with her father's delicious cooking is the reason why she's getting fat.
The Mother Monster wears a flower-adorned hat to match her flowery long dress when stepping out in Amsterdam.
The Monster ringleader tweets congratulations to the 'I Turn to You' hitmaker, gushing, 'Seems the old Christina i loved has returned!'
The Mother Monster trades her green dress and floral headpiece with a pink sheer shroud and nude suit to kick off the fashion show.
The Material Girl dedicates her song 'Masterpiece' to the Mother Monster during a concert in Atlantic City, sarcastically saying, 'I do love her. Imitation is the highest form of flattery.'