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  1. It would be really cool! We must take this idea forward, for sure
  2. Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga's fashion and creative director has given an interview for a new campaign with american furniture store CB2. In the new interview, Nicola talked about his life and career as well and also about working with Gaga on Chromatica. Formichetti mentioned that he and Gaga have been busy during quarantine creating new music videos and performances: “In New York, I used to have a separate office. Since moving to LA, I have combined my living and work space [and] that seems balanced for me right now with everything going on. Turns out I am enjoying it a lot,” he explains. “I’ve been having fun working on Gaga’s new era, Chromatica. We have been busy working on new music videos, photo shoots and performances—and that has all kept me excited and busy.” You can read the interview in its entirety here.
  3. Nicola Formichetti, Lady Gaga's fashion and creative director has given an interview for a new campaign with american furniture store CB2. In the new interview, Nicola talked about his life and career as well and also about working with Gaga on Chromatica. Formichetti mentioned that he and Gaga have been busy during quarantine creating new music videos and performances: “In New York, I used to have a separate office. Since moving to LA, I have combined my living and work space [and] that seems balanced for me right now with everything going on. Turns out I am enjoying it a lot,” he explains. “I’ve been having fun working on Gaga’s new era, Chromatica. We have been busy working on new music videos, photo shoots and performances—and that has all kept me excited and busy.” You can read the interview in its entirety here. View full article
  4. Lady Gaga has just announced that she will perform at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. This will be Chromatica’s first live performance. Tune in to the 2020 MTV VMAs, on August 30, at 8pm EST. Don't forget to vote everyday for Lady Gaga at the VMAs on the official website http://www.mtv.com/vma/.
  5. Lady Gaga has just announced that she will perform at the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards. This will be Chromatica’s first live performance. Tune in to the 2020 MTV VMAs, on August 30, at 8pm EST. Don't forget to vote everyday for Lady Gaga at the VMAs on the official website http://www.mtv.com/vma/. View full article
  6. Lady Gaga has just released GAGAVISION 48: The Making Of Rain On Me. The video features Gaga and Ariana Grande going through rehearsals and filming the video for Chromatica’s second single. Watch below: If you can’t open the video click here.
  7. Lady Gaga has just released GAGAVISION 48: The Making Of Rain On Me. The video features Gaga and Ariana Grande going through rehearsals and filming the video for Chromatica’s second single. Watch below: If you can’t open the video click here. View full article
  8. The night Lady Gaga has been planning for nearly several weeks in collaboration with The Global Citizen and The World Health Organization has finally reached us. Gaga, along with her collaborators, came together to curate a night full of music and love felt messages from the biggest names in music, television, sports, politics, and film. The special ran for a total of 8 hours, broken down into 6 hours of pre show telecast available on nearly every streaming platform, and followed by a 2 hour prime time tv special airing on numerous channels and streaming platforms worldwide. Lady Gaga herself opened up the prime time special with a thoughtful message to the world front line medical workers, mental health specialists and first responders. Followed by her first performance of the night, a cover of Nat King Cole’s “Smile”: All throughout the entire show Gaga celebrated her peers and friends while periodically going live through her Instagram to cheer on the broadcast watching live with everyone across the world. Joined by Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, John Legend and renowned pianist Lang Lang, Gaga closed the show with her star studded ensemble singing “Prayer”: We at LadyGagaNow congratulate and applaud Lady Gaga, The Global Citizen and The World Health Organization for the beautiful and well thought out production they have crafted for the world with “One World: Together at Home.” and extend our hearts and gratitude out to everyone fighting this global pandemic around the globe. ❤️ Full show
  9. The night Lady Gaga has been planning for nearly several weeks in collaboration with The Global Citizen and The World Health Organization has finally reached us. Gaga, along with her collaborators, came together to curate a night full of music and love felt messages from the biggest names in music, television, sports, politics, and film. The special ran for a total of 8 hours, broken down into 6 hours of pre show telecast available on nearly every streaming platform, and followed by a 2 hour prime time tv special airing on numerous channels and streaming platforms worldwide. Lady Gaga herself opened up the prime time special with a thoughtful message to the world front line medical workers, mental health specialists and first responders. Followed by her first performance of the night, a cover of Nat King Cole’s “Smile”: All throughout the entire show Gaga celebrated her peers and friends while periodically going live through her Instagram to cheer on the broadcast watching live with everyone across the world. Joined by Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, John Legend and renowned pianist Lang Lang, Gaga closed the show with her star studded ensemble singing “Prayer”: We at LadyGagaNow congratulate and applaud Lady Gaga, The Global Citizen and The World Health Organization for the beautiful and well thought out production they have crafted for the world with “One World: Together at Home.” and extend our hearts and gratitude out to everyone fighting this global pandemic around the globe. ❤️ Full show View full article
  10. Lady Gaga joined the World Health Organization (WHO)'s media briefing conference in the morning of Friday 17th. She was joined by the CEO of Global Citizen Hugh Evans ahead of the One World: Together At Home event that Gaga herself curated in partnership with WHO and Global Citizen. Lady Gaga tuned in to the conference from her home office and stressed that Saturday's special will be a love letter to the medical professionals and all the emergency workers selflessly and tirelessly fighting against COVID-19 day after day. She also announced that a total of $50 million has been raised with huge donations from massive corporations which now include The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble and Johnson and Johnson. Gaga has also announced that the legendary rock band Rolling Stones will be joining the concert for a special performance. More information about the event and its start-studded line up can be found here. The 8-hour special will be broadcasted this Saturday night, April 18th. Watch the speech below:
  11. Lady Gaga joined the World Health Organization (WHO)'s media briefing conference in the morning of Friday 17th. She was joined by the CEO of Global Citizen Hugh Evans ahead of the One World: Together At Home event that Gaga herself curated in partnership with WHO and Global Citizen. Lady Gaga tuned in to the conference from her home office and stressed that Saturday's special will be a love letter to the medical professionals and all the emergency workers selflessly and tirelessly fighting against COVID-19 day after day. She also announced that a total of $50 million has been raised with huge donations from massive corporations which now include The Coca-Cola Company, Procter & Gamble and Johnson and Johnson. Gaga has also announced that the legendary rock band Rolling Stones will be joining the concert for a special performance. More information about the event and its start-studded line up can be found here. The 8-hour special will be broadcasted this Saturday night, April 18th. Watch the speech below: View full article
  12. Lady Gaga took her ENIGMA Tour to Miami to perform at the Super Bowl pre-concert: "Super Saturday Night" hosted by AT&T TV. A custom venue called Meridian Island Gardens was built for the occasion in Miami Beach: on the multi-levels building, AT&T hosted multiple interactive 5G experiences for fans including a 60 foot Monster Wall with over 25,000 combinations and exclusive angle Fan Cams. After a relaxing morning with her new boyfriend, Lady Gaga walked the red carpet before her show. The concert was live streamed on Twitter and it grossed $250.000 for the Born This Way Foundation with the hashtag #SuperSaturdayNight. You can re-watch the event below or download it here. Thanks to our friend GagaMediaArchives.com for the video and download link.
  13. Lady Gaga took her ENIGMA Tour to Miami to perform at the Super Bowl pre-concert: "Super Saturday Night" hosted by AT&T TV. A custom venue called Meridian Island Gardens was built for the occasion in Miami Beach: on the multi-levels building, AT&T hosted multiple interactive 5G experiences for fans including a 60 foot Monster Wall with over 25,000 combinations and exclusive angle Fan Cams. After a relaxing morning with her new boyfriend, Lady Gaga walked the red carpet before her show. The concert was live streamed on Twitter and it grossed $250.000 for the Born This Way Foundation with the hashtag #SuperSaturdayNight. You can re-watch the event below or download it here. Thanks to our friend GagaMediaArchives.com for the video and download link. View full article
  14. Lady Gaga joined Oprah at her first stop on the 2020 Vision Tour Saturday afternoon in Fort Lauderdale, Florida to talk about daily self-care routines and other mental health-related topics Struggles and Background: Gaga began the session opening up about her struggles of being misunderstood in high school, revealing that this later lead her to create her On stage persona “Lady Gaga". Recalling her constant struggles with PTSD, and looking back at when she did not have any help, Gaga announced that going into this decade, she would like people to be more educated on what Fibromyalgia is. She would also like to help solve this mental health crisis together with the best doctors, researchers, professors and scientists, expressing her vision of erasing the stigma on mental illness. PTSD and her past experience: Psychotic episodes and disassociation was another mental health issue that Gaga encountered recently. Moreover, she revealed that nobody in the industry wanted to help her put the person who raped her in jail, and that she has chosen not to reveal who it was. However, Gaga divulged that she still has an ongoing struggle of PTSD from this incident. Lady Gaga's Medical Routine and LG6: Oprah moved onto discussing Gaga's self-care routines, medication being one of them. It was also disclosed that her doctor prescribes her to take an anti-psychotic medication to help her from spiraling out and from spasming in her sleep. She also discussed learning to radically accept her conditions and her pain in Dialectal Behavioral Therapy because of the pain she endures with Fibromyalgia. Gaga goes on to say that she work outs, practices transcendental meditation, and practices spreading kindness and bravery through the Born This Way Foundation as part of her self-care routines. To the great pleasure (and demand) of eager fans, Oprah asks when her creative process of creating LG6 happens in the midst of all the time she puts into working on herself constantly. Gaga reassures her that despite all the time she allocates to working on herself, she is indeed still working on music and has been in the creative process for years. CBS Morning Special: You can also re-watch the full event below:
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