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  1. To celebrate the collaboration between Dom Pérignon and Lady Gaga, there is another new pop-up, this time in Berlin. This Kadewe event will allow guests to discover the magic of “Queendom.” This exhibition will run from October 18-30. Visitors will get a look at the sculpture designed by Gaga and Nicola Formichetti. The limited edition piece is “encasing a jeroboam of Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2005”. All profits from the sale of the sculpture will go to the Born This Way Foundation. In addition to getting a look at the sculpture, guests can book a masterclass that features a tasting of Dom Pérignon. To book, visit kadewew.de/. Dom Pérignon are selling their Lady Gaga Limited Editions of the Vintage 2010 and the Rosé Vintage 2006 at the exhibit. Thanks to @_lamps on Twitter, we have a first-look at the Berlin experience.
  2. To celebrate the collaboration between Dom Pérignon and Lady Gaga, there is another new pop-up, this time in Berlin. This Kadewe event will allow guests to discover the magic of “Queendom.” This exhibition will run from October 18-30. Visitors will get a look at the sculpture designed by Gaga and Nicola Formichetti. The limited edition piece is “encasing a jeroboam of Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2005”. All profits from the sale of the sculpture will go to the Born This Way Foundation. In addition to getting a look at the sculpture, guests can book a masterclass that features a tasting of Dom Pérignon. To book, visit kadewew.de/. Dom Pérignon are selling their Lady Gaga Limited Editions of the Vintage 2010 and the Rosé Vintage 2006 at the exhibit. Thanks to @_lamps on Twitter, we have a first-look at the Berlin experience. View full article
  3. With the release of Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s new album, “Love For Sale” on Friday, the pair were featured in a segment on 60 Minutes. This special interview gave fans a look into the making of the new jazz album and behind the scenes of Bennett’s “Final Act”. Anderson Cooper led the interview as he spoke to Gaga and others about working with Bennett as he battles Alzheimer’s Disease. News of the legendary jazz singer’s dementia came back in February of this year. Gaga and Bennett released their renditions of classic Cole Porter songs as Bennett’s final album. The duo also performed together in a two-night concert event titled “One Last Time” in New York City. The concerts which were held in August, were the final performances of Bennett’s timeless career. Gaga spoke to Cooper about the changes she has had to make when interacting with the legendary crooner. She expressed that keeping it simple is important, questions which he could reply with “yes” or “no” were easier for Bennett to answer than asking him which song he’d prefer to sing. Gaga also noted how Bennett would transform when the music would start, he would know exactly what he was doing and she was mindful “not to get in the way of that.” The "One Last Time" concerts were indeed revealed to be an emotional experience. Footage from the event showed Tony lighting up as soon as the curtains rose. When Gaga made her entrance, he greeted her by saying her name - Gaga later revealed that this was the first time he had done so "in a long time". One Last Time: An Evening With Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, the concert filmed at Radio City Music Hall, is set to air Sunday, November 28 @ 8PM ET/PT on CBS. View full article
  4. With the release of Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett’s new album, “Love For Sale” on Friday, the pair were featured in a segment on 60 Minutes. This special interview gave fans a look into the making of the new jazz album and behind the scenes of Bennett’s “Final Act”. Anderson Cooper led the interview as he spoke to Gaga and others about working with Bennett as he battles Alzheimer’s Disease. News of the legendary jazz singer’s dementia came back in February of this year. Gaga and Bennett released their renditions of classic Cole Porter songs as Bennett’s final album. The duo also performed together in a two-night concert event titled “One Last Time” in New York City. The concerts which were held in August, were the final performances of Bennett’s timeless career. Gaga spoke to Cooper about the changes she has had to make when interacting with the legendary crooner. She expressed that keeping it simple is important, questions which he could reply with “yes” or “no” were easier for Bennett to answer than asking him which song he’d prefer to sing. Gaga also noted how Bennett would transform when the music would start, he would know exactly what he was doing and she was mindful “not to get in the way of that.” The "One Last Time" concerts were indeed revealed to be an emotional experience. Footage from the event showed Tony lighting up as soon as the curtains rose. When Gaga made her entrance, he greeted her by saying her name - Gaga later revealed that this was the first time he had done so "in a long time". One Last Time: An Evening With Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett, the concert filmed at Radio City Music Hall, is set to air Sunday, November 28 @ 8PM ET/PT on CBS.
  5. Lady Gaga's makeup brand, Haus Laboratories has just announced the release of their all-new eyeshadow palette. This palette is inspired by the singer's upcoming jazz album with Tony Bennett, both titled "Love For Sale". The concept for the beauty brand has always been to encourage self-expression, creativity, bravery, and kindness. Gaga has spoken many times about the transformative powers of makeup and how it has changed her life. Makeup has played a huge role in the singer's own self-expression, and Gaga has "tried so many different products, so creating makeup that could withstand a stage performance was important to [her]." Every product is tested by Gaga herself, including the all-new Love For Sale palette. The creation of this palette was started back when Gaga and Bennett were recording their album together. Each shade is named after either a song from their album, or a famous jazz singer. Gaga boasts that the palette is completely made in Italy (just like herself), and that it features new and innovative formulas. The singer and entrepreneur spoke to the versatility of the palette and how each purchase makes a difference: "I actually use this palette every single day. And it’s also nice because it’s called Love for Sale. It’s made with love, and it stands for love: One dollar from every purchase on Hauslabs.com will be donated to Tony Bennett’s charity, Exploring the Arts, which provides greater equity and opportunity in the arts for underserved teens." Gaga teased that you can see the palette in action in her upcoming film, as her makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, used it to help the actress transform into the character of Patrizia Reggiani for Ridley Scott's "House of Gucci". She also hinted at a whole new Haus Labs collection that will be released soon as well. For more details, read the full interview here. View full article
  6. Lady Gaga's makeup brand, Haus Laboratories has just announced the release of their all-new eyeshadow palette. This palette is inspired by the singer's upcoming jazz album with Tony Bennett, both titled "Love For Sale". The concept for the beauty brand has always been to encourage self-expression, creativity, bravery, and kindness. Gaga has spoken many times about the transformative powers of makeup and how it has changed her life. Makeup has played a huge role in the singer's own self-expression, and Gaga has "tried so many different products, so creating makeup that could withstand a stage performance was important to [her]." Every product is tested by Gaga herself, including the all-new Love For Sale palette. The creation of this palette was started back when Gaga and Bennett were recording their album together. Each shade is named after either a song from their album, or a famous jazz singer. Gaga boasts that the palette is completely made in Italy (just like herself), and that it features new and innovative formulas. The singer and entrepreneur spoke to the versatility of the palette and how each purchase makes a difference: "I actually use this palette every single day. And it’s also nice because it’s called Love for Sale. It’s made with love, and it stands for love: One dollar from every purchase on Hauslabs.com will be donated to Tony Bennett’s charity, Exploring the Arts, which provides greater equity and opportunity in the arts for underserved teens." Gaga teased that you can see the palette in action in her upcoming film, as her makeup artist, Sarah Tanno, used it to help the actress transform into the character of Patrizia Reggiani for Ridley Scott's "House of Gucci". She also hinted at a whole new Haus Labs collection that will be released soon as well. For more details, read the full interview here.
  7. Lady Gaga spoke to British GQ about her collaboration with Dom Pérignon. The singer and activist shared how creative freedom, risk-taking and dismantling injustice, are all part of this collaboration. Lady Gaga by Mark Selliger The article detailed how Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, celebrated an extremely generous donation to their Born This Way Foundation from Dom Pérignon. The sum of the donation has yet to be announced, due to it being raised by a charity lottery. The lottery gave entrants the opportunity to "win an extraordinarily special, limited-edition sculpture – only 110 of them exist – which forms just one part of the epic, two-year partnership between Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon, centred on an all-new, limited edition Rosé Vintage from 2006." The limited-edition sculpture was designed by Gaga, Nicola Formichetti, and Dom Pérignon. Gaga described the piece as "It’s full of life and energy [...] What I love about it is that it seems to have momentum and that is something that I wish very much for humanity, that we will have momentum through love.” The notion of love played a vital role in the collaboration, between the sculpture and the video campaign created by Nick Knight. Gaga spoke about the film and sculpture, expressing: “I hope that the love we’ve shared in this collaboration is something that shines through when you watch the film that Nick has made, when you see the sculpture, if you drink the champagne, that you feel the love between us all. That was something that we cared about. I care about it in all of the collaborations that I do, I even became close with the people that work at MGM before I began my show in Vegas. I believe in family, I believe in relationships and I believe that culture should involve realness and authenticity. All of that was infused into this.” The collaboration between Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon was born from their mutual value in creative freedom. This value became the heart of the campaign. Dom Pérignon's Chef de Cave Vincent Chaperon, said that the reason they reached out to Gaga in the first place was due to “her drive for reinvention, humanity, the fact that she’s the embodiment of creation and innovation herself.” Two years were spent learning about one another and understanding mutual inspiration and connection. Gaga stated that she decided to work with Dom Pérignon once they'd met and began to build an artistic family, “I don’t claim to be an expert in champagne, but I am an expert, I think, in people. They are wonderful people and we’ve worked well together. I think creative freedom is something we’ve enjoyed exploring and it’s created a lot of love and a lot of alchemy between us.” Lady Gaga by Mark Selliger Along with the values of love and creative freedom, there is a shared importance of risk-taking between the collaborators. Chaperon described it as "having the courage to explore the unknown, to go beyond your territory without losing ‘you’", with an emphasis on risk-taking without aggressiveness. Seeing as Gaga is notorious for reinvention while remaining firm on kindness, the pair were a sort of perfect marriage. Gaga was described as "the perfect embodiment of the Dom Pérignon ethos." Chaperon explained that the reason they chose the rosé for the campaign was because “It encapsulates this idea of pushing boundaries, as it is the hardest of all of our wines to produce.” Gaga spoke in more detail about the film that Nick Knight created, expressing her excitement to create something "extremely bold, mesmerising and [that] embodied artistry". The film was centered around the concept of "Queendom" - an idea that was born based on the old saying that champagne was made for kings. Gaga did not like the patriarchal view of champagne, and wanted to show that champagne was made for queens just as much so, "we liked the idea of empowering women as well, or celebrating anyone that would identify with a Queendom, which includes everyone. Whenever possible, if I see a capable moment to dismantle something I believe is not serving humanity, not just the patriarchy, I will put it into the work.” When asked by British GQ what the biggest risk she'd ever taken is, Gaga answered in a way no one could disagree with: “In one way, I could answer that question simply and say my whole career was one big risk.” Gaga was also asked whether there was a moment in the past decade that she was most proud of, to which she replied: “I’m very proud to have heard the stories of so many people around the world and [that I] decided to devote my life to the sharing of those stories. [I’m glad I was able to] meet people, hear their struggles and make that a part of my art [...] Do I believe that art and activism are one in the same? Not always. I believe that art can possess a spirit of activism, but I believe that activism is a lifelong work and it’s one that I’m committed to every day. I’m committed to a lifetime of unlearning.” Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006 x Lady Gaga is launching exclusively at Harrods for the month of October 2021 and available from wider stockists as of 30 October 2021. Source. View full article
  8. Lady Gaga spoke to British GQ about her collaboration with Dom Pérignon. The singer and activist shared how creative freedom, risk-taking and dismantling injustice, are all part of this collaboration. Lady Gaga by Mark Selliger The article detailed how Gaga and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, celebrated an extremely generous donation to their Born This Way Foundation from Dom Pérignon. The sum of the donation has yet to be announced, due to it being raised by a charity lottery. The lottery gave entrants the opportunity to "win an extraordinarily special, limited-edition sculpture – only 110 of them exist – which forms just one part of the epic, two-year partnership between Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon, centred on an all-new, limited edition Rosé Vintage from 2006." The limited-edition sculpture was designed by Gaga, Nicola Formichetti, and Dom Pérignon. Gaga described the piece as "It’s full of life and energy [...] What I love about it is that it seems to have momentum and that is something that I wish very much for humanity, that we will have momentum through love.” The notion of love played a vital role in the collaboration, between the sculpture and the video campaign created by Nick Knight. Gaga spoke about the film and sculpture, expressing: “I hope that the love we’ve shared in this collaboration is something that shines through when you watch the film that Nick has made, when you see the sculpture, if you drink the champagne, that you feel the love between us all. That was something that we cared about. I care about it in all of the collaborations that I do, I even became close with the people that work at MGM before I began my show in Vegas. I believe in family, I believe in relationships and I believe that culture should involve realness and authenticity. All of that was infused into this.” The collaboration between Lady Gaga and Dom Pérignon was born from their mutual value in creative freedom. This value became the heart of the campaign. Dom Pérignon's Chef de Cave Vincent Chaperon, said that the reason they reached out to Gaga in the first place was due to “her drive for reinvention, humanity, the fact that she’s the embodiment of creation and innovation herself.” Two years were spent learning about one another and understanding mutual inspiration and connection. Gaga stated that she decided to work with Dom Pérignon once they'd met and began to build an artistic family, “I don’t claim to be an expert in champagne, but I am an expert, I think, in people. They are wonderful people and we’ve worked well together. I think creative freedom is something we’ve enjoyed exploring and it’s created a lot of love and a lot of alchemy between us.” Lady Gaga by Mark Selliger Along with the values of love and creative freedom, there is a shared importance of risk-taking between the collaborators. Chaperon described it as "having the courage to explore the unknown, to go beyond your territory without losing ‘you’", with an emphasis on risk-taking without aggressiveness. Seeing as Gaga is notorious for reinvention while remaining firm on kindness, the pair were a sort of perfect marriage. Gaga was described as "the perfect embodiment of the Dom Pérignon ethos." Chaperon explained that the reason they chose the rosé for the campaign was because “It encapsulates this idea of pushing boundaries, as it is the hardest of all of our wines to produce.” Gaga spoke in more detail about the film that Nick Knight created, expressing her excitement to create something "extremely bold, mesmerising and [that] embodied artistry". The film was centered around the concept of "Queendom" - an idea that was born based on the old saying that champagne was made for kings. Gaga did not like the patriarchal view of champagne, and wanted to show that champagne was made for queens just as much so, "we liked the idea of empowering women as well, or celebrating anyone that would identify with a Queendom, which includes everyone. Whenever possible, if I see a capable moment to dismantle something I believe is not serving humanity, not just the patriarchy, I will put it into the work.” When asked by British GQ what the biggest risk she'd ever taken is, Gaga answered in a way no one could disagree with: “In one way, I could answer that question simply and say my whole career was one big risk.” Gaga was also asked whether there was a moment in the past decade that she was most proud of, to which she replied: “I’m very proud to have heard the stories of so many people around the world and [that I] decided to devote my life to the sharing of those stories. [I’m glad I was able to] meet people, hear their struggles and make that a part of my art [...] Do I believe that art and activism are one in the same? Not always. I believe that art can possess a spirit of activism, but I believe that activism is a lifelong work and it’s one that I’m committed to every day. I’m committed to a lifetime of unlearning.” Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006 x Lady Gaga is launching exclusively at Harrods for the month of October 2021 and available from wider stockists as of 30 October 2021. Source.
  9. Good Morning Vogue met up with House of Gucci costume designer Janty Yates to discuss the fashion for the film. Most notably, the pair talked about the numerous looks that Lady Gaga wore as she portrayed Patrizia Reggiani. Yates described Patrizia Gucci's style to be "quite extreme" with an excessive amount of jewels that had her "Christmas tree'd up". Gaga had a plethora of looks for the film. Yates noted that the actress had 54 script days and never once repeated anything, not even an earring. While creating the different outfits that Patrizia would wear in the film, Yates praised Gaga for being a "wonderful collaborator" and for thinking out each minute detail to the nth degree. The pair would make decisions on jewelry and accessories based on the mood of Patrizia in that particular scene. The film follows Patrizia through a drastic character arc that Yates helped demonstrate with fashion choices. The costume designer explained that at the beginning of the story, Patrizia is much younger and more simple with cashmere jumpers and little skirts, to full blown glamour with sequins, full dresses, and being "drenched in jewelry". As the film progresses and we see the end of Patrizia and Maurizio's relationship, Gaga can be seen wearing much "stronger" clothing, including leather jackets and even jeans. Yates said that Gaga was adamant about having her character get more "butched up" and that she wanted to dress like her Italian mother. Watch the full interview here. The interview included new official stills of Lady Gaga from House of Gucci. The movie, directed by Ridley Scott, is set to be released on November 24, 2021.
  10. Good Morning Vogue met up with House of Gucci costume designer Janty Yates to discuss the fashion for the film. Most notably, the pair talked about the numerous looks that Lady Gaga wore as she portrayed Patrizia Reggiani. Yates described Patrizia Gucci's style to be "quite extreme" with an excessive amount of jewels that had her "Christmas tree'd up". Gaga had a plethora of looks for the film. Yates noted that the actress had 54 script days and never once repeated anything, not even an earring. While creating the different outfits that Patrizia would wear in the film, Yates praised Gaga for being a "wonderful collaborator" and for thinking out each minute detail to the nth degree. The pair would make decisions on jewelry and accessories based on the mood of Patrizia in that particular scene. The film follows Patrizia through a drastic character arc that Yates helped demonstrate with fashion choices. The costume designer explained that at the beginning of the story, Patrizia is much younger and more simple with cashmere jumpers and little skirts, to full blown glamour with sequins, full dresses, and being "drenched in jewelry". As the film progresses and we see the end of Patrizia and Maurizio's relationship, Gaga can be seen wearing much "stronger" clothing, including leather jackets and even jeans. Yates said that Gaga was adamant about having her character get more "butched up" and that she wanted to dress like her Italian mother. Watch the full interview here. The interview included new official stills of Lady Gaga from House of Gucci. The movie, directed by Ridley Scott, is set to be released on November 24, 2021. View full article
  11. The popular game Subway Surfers has teamed up with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation for the 21 Days of Kindness. In order to promote the foundation’s kindness challenge, Subway Surfers takes its game to Las Vegas and introduces an all-new character. The new character that players can use is named Cleo, “the surfer of kindness”. They are even sporting a “Be Kind” jacket (the famous slogan that Lady Gaga preaches). Download the Subway Surfers app on your smartphone to play and head over to Born This Way Foundation’s site to take the pledge and participate in their September kindness challenge. The challenge is designed to promote acts of kindness across the globe, encouraging people to take the pledge and make a list with a different act of kindness each day. Click here to sign up today! View full article
  12. The popular game Subway Surfers has teamed up with Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation for the 21 Days of Kindness. In order to promote the foundation’s kindness challenge, Subway Surfers takes its game to Las Vegas and introduces an all-new character. The new character that players can use is named Cleo, “the surfer of kindness”. They are even sporting a “Be Kind” jacket (the famous slogan that Lady Gaga preaches). Download the Subway Surfers app on your smartphone to play and head over to Born This Way Foundation’s site to take the pledge and participate in their September kindness challenge. The challenge is designed to promote acts of kindness across the globe, encouraging people to take the pledge and make a list with a different act of kindness each day. Click here to sign up today!
  13. After the critical success of Cheek to Cheek in 2014, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have collaborated once more on the upcoming album, Love for Sale set to be released on October 1st. The jazz album will include their renditions of Cole Porter songs. Here's the full tracklist: It's De-Lovely Night And Day Love For Sale Do I Love You? [Gaga solo] I Concentrate On You I Get A Kick Out Of You So In Love [Tony Solo] Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love) [Gaga solo] Just One Of Those Thing [Tony Solo] Dream Dancing You're The Top (Deluxe only) I've Got You Under My Skin (Deluxe only) You can preorder the album here or at Target here. The lead single from the album, “I Get a Kick Out of You”, is available now. You can stream it on Spotify here and Apple Music here. An exclusive limited version of "Love For Sale" will be soon available on Amazon (€75). This edition will include the deluxe CD, Cheek To Cheek Live!, 2 posters, and backstage photos from the studio. HMV will release a limited edition delux vinly with alternative artwork similar to that of the Target cd cover. This is set for release the day the album drops. You can pre-order here or on FNAC website here. Barnes & Noble also revealed their exclusive boxset ($150). You can pre-order here. Vinyl Box Contents Custom 2 pieces debossed individually foil stamped/numbered telescope box that holds the following: Love For Sale Vinyl 30 page custom embossed sketchbook with 3 of the pages featuring Tony Bennett’s sketches Custom envelope that holds the following 16 prints at various sizes 4 photos / 6 lithos of Tony’s pencil and pen sketches / 3 watercolor prints / 2 concert poster reprints / 1 re-printed letter / Custom long box to hold two custom sketch pencils and a pencil sharpener News of the duo’s second album came in February 2021, as it was revealed that Tony Bennett is suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. The album and its release date were officially announced on August 3, Tony’s birthday, through a billboard in Times Square in New York City. You can also find new merchandise on Lady Gaga's website. Tony Bennett played a vital role in Lady Gaga’s life and helped her rediscover her love for music when they created Cheek to Cheek. And now, they have one more project together, this time with Gaga by Bennett’s side. The pair kick off the Love for Sale era this evening as they take the stage for their Radio City Music Hall performance, One Last Time.
  14. After the critical success of Cheek to Cheek in 2014, Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have collaborated once more on the upcoming album, Love for Sale set to be released on October 1st. The jazz album will include their renditions of Cole Porter songs. Here's the full tracklist: It's De-Lovely Night And Day Love For Sale Do I Love You? [Gaga solo] I Concentrate On You I Get A Kick Out Of You So In Love [Tony Solo] Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love) [Gaga solo] Just One Of Those Thing [Tony Solo] Dream Dancing You're The Top (Deluxe only) I've Got You Under My Skin (Deluxe only) You can preorder the album here or at Target here. The lead single from the album, “I Get a Kick Out of You”, is available now. You can stream it on Spotify here and Apple Music here. An exclusive limited version of "Love For Sale" will be soon available on Amazon (€75). This edition will include the deluxe CD, Cheek To Cheek Live!, 2 posters, and backstage photos from the studio. HMV will release a limited edition delux vinly with alternative artwork similar to that of the Target cd cover. This is set for release the day the album drops. You can pre-order here or on FNAC website here. Barnes & Noble also revealed their exclusive boxset ($150). You can pre-order here. Vinyl Box Contents Custom 2 pieces debossed individually foil stamped/numbered telescope box that holds the following: Love For Sale Vinyl 30 page custom embossed sketchbook with 3 of the pages featuring Tony Bennett’s sketches Custom envelope that holds the following 16 prints at various sizes 4 photos / 6 lithos of Tony’s pencil and pen sketches / 3 watercolor prints / 2 concert poster reprints / 1 re-printed letter / Custom long box to hold two custom sketch pencils and a pencil sharpener News of the duo’s second album came in February 2021, as it was revealed that Tony Bennett is suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease. The album and its release date were officially announced on August 3, Tony’s birthday, through a billboard in Times Square in New York City. You can also find new merchandise on Lady Gaga's website. Tony Bennett played a vital role in Lady Gaga’s life and helped her rediscover her love for music when they created Cheek to Cheek. And now, they have one more project together, this time with Gaga by Bennett’s side. The pair kick off the Love for Sale era this evening as they take the stage for their Radio City Music Hall performance, One Last Time. View full article
  15. As Britney Spears fights for her freedom, many changes are happening to her team. Larry Rudolph, has been removed from his position as Britney's manager and replaced with Lady Gaga's manager, Bobby Campbell. Bobby Campbell started working for Interscope Records in 2007, and later became Lady Gaga's manager in 2013/2014. Since then he has been Gaga's right-hand man, serving as both her manager and best friend. Campbell has even accompanied Gaga to numerous award shows and red carpet events. Seeing the difference in how Gaga is treated now with Campbell as manager, gives Britney fans hope for a brighter future for the pop icon. Britney Spears has been a victim of merciless media attacks, poor management, greedy family members, and a dark conservatorship which has stripped the now 39 year old of her rights for 13 years. An expose from The New Yorker explains that a conservatorship is intended for people who cannot take care of themselves and are incapable of making any decisions for themselves. However, since Britney has been under this conservatorship with her father, Jamie Spears, the singer has "released four albums, headlined a global tour that grossed a hundred and thirty-one million dollars, and performed for four years in a hit Las Vegas residency". Britney Spears has been utilized for her talent and fame while being under complete control in every aspect of her life. #FreeBritney is a movement that was started by her fans and has become a worldwide cause. The movement is to push for the ending of this conservatorship, and now feels like it has even more momentum as Britney herself testified in court for the conservatorship's termination. News of Bobby Campbell being appointed Britney's new manager is a step in the right direction for the singer to hopefully get her life and freedom back. We wish Britney Spears nothing but love and support. View full article
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