Lady Gaga performed at the first-ever YouTube Awards tonight (Nov. 3) and she did so memorably. She wept before launching into her new piano ballad 'Dope' and even cried during the heartfelt performance of the weighty 'ARTPOP' track.
The 2013 MTV VMA performances celebrated some of the top songs of the year, and even had a few surprises in store. Viewers rubbed their eyes in disbelief when scheduled entertainer Justin Timberlake reunited 'N Sync on stage. Check out their performance and all of the others from the night!
Yesterday we told you about the unlikely pairing of Lady Gaga and Disney. Well, if you're one of those who has to see it to believe it, we got ahold of the video of Gaga, Minnie Mouse, and company. Check it out:
I'll be honest, I love a good conspiracy theory. Not necessarily because I believe them, but it can really be astounding to see how far some people look into "symbolism" to try to show that a conspiracy is at work. This time around, we have allegations that Lady Gaga may have had a rival murdered and then "stole" the rival's schtick to become a worldwide superstar.
Wondering what it is? If you're a fan of "Oprah", several years ago she told her audience to write a "Grateful Journal." And last night she interviewed Lady Gaga and Gaga pulled out her Grateful Journal.
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