Lady Gaga showed up and told Little Monsters not to smoke during the show a few minutes ago
According to some lucky little monsters last night, Gaga greeted them from behind a bush in LA!
After waiting for hours outside her hotel singing her songs to try to catch her attention, Little Monsters reportedly heard a voice saying “guys, guys over here!”, yet they ignored it and carried on singing, believing it to be someone trying to get them to quieten down.
It wasn’t until the bushes nearby started shaking and the voice exclaimed “guys, it’s me Gaga!” that the Monsters realised the Lady herself had snuck out of her hotel and hidden behind some bushes, frantically waving them to try and catch their attention.
Who knows why on earth she was hiding behind a bush, but #GagaTheTalkingBush was trending worldwide on Twitter earlier today after the story went viral on the social networking site!
Lady Gaga has taken the number 1 spot on DoSomething.org’s annual ‘Celebs Done Good’ list for 2011. Gaga has earned her first place honour for her Born This Way anti-bullying foundation!
"I own the Miss Universe Pageant," Donald Trump explains. "And…during what you call half-time, we always have an entertainer. We’ve had a lot of great people, and you don’t pay them anything because it’s one of the biggest audiences and my people told me, ‘Nobody knows who she is but there’s this woman with good talent named Lady Gaga.’ And I said, ‘Give me a break.’ And then they said, ‘She’s really good.’ So I said, ‘I don’t care, if you like her, put her on.’ So we put her on… it was live all over the United States and all over the world and the next day, nobody was talking about (the winner of) Miss Universe, everybody was talking, ‘Who was the woman, who was the entertainer? She was unbelievable.’"
Needless to say Gaga was, and presumably still is, eternally grateful.
"She’s been very gracious about it," the Celebrity Apprentice star continues. “About a year ago, when she was so hot, and she’s hot now, she was performing at Radio City Musical Hall and there were a lot of celebrities, all sitting next to me, and her manager came up during the performance and said, ‘Gaga wants to see you, but only Donald Trump.’ And it was embarrassing because of all these people and she remembered. I don’t want to say we made Lady Gaga, but she was incredible and that was her break.”
Lady GaGa apparently believes she could end up dying in the same way as the late Princess Diana and has penned a song about the iconic royal’s death.
According to The Sun, GaGa wrote the track after branding Lady Di a ‘martyr of fame’ - with sources claiming the 25-year old sees herself as a pop version of Diana, who died in a car crash in Paris in 1997. An insider told the tabloid: “GaGa has always been absolutely fixated on Diana and sees herself as a 21st-century incarnation of her.” “She knows she is almost as recognisable as Diana and is hounded by photographers and fans on the same level.” They added: “GaGa has had dreams about dying the same way as her and has genuine fears that her fame could literally kill her, either in a chase or at the hands of crazies.”
The Marry The Night singer has previously revealed that she is obsessed with Diana’s charity work and style - even basing some of her eccentric outfits on the Princess’s fashion sense. It is thought Lady G’s hit tune Paparazzi was inspired by Diana’s tragic death, with the singer stating: “Diana was the most iconic martyr of fame. She died because of it.” GaGa has already played a piano version of her new tune, with one critic saying the song was packed with “bitter lyrics” and has a “catchy chorus.”
"I think Lady Gaga has took it [fashion] to the extreme and nobody had dared to go there before. I think she’s fascinating. I mean, I’m not as brave or as bold as to do some of the things she does myself, but I admire her a lot." - Cheryl Cole,
Rolling Stone have listed “Born This Way” as the 6th best album of 2011, ‘The Edge Of Glory’ as the 7th best single of the year, and ‘Yoü and I’ as the 27th best single of the year.
Lady Gaga is a source of strength for many young people who feel isolated and scared at their schools. Today, I had the opportunity to welcome her to the White House, where we discussed ways we could work together to make sure that no child comes under attack, regardless of his or her race, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other factor.
One of Lady Gaga’s newest projects is joining together with the MacArthur Foundation and Harvard University to launch the Born This Way Foundation, which will explore ways to help change the culture, the policies, and the curriculum surrounding the safety of our children in school.
Lady Gaga has described this cause as a personal one – she has said that as a child, she was often picked on for being different. I am deeply moved by the way she has used her story, and her success, to inspire young people, and shine the spotlight on important issues.
I am proud to be part of an Administration that has taken steps to address bullying. In 2010, the Department of Education made it clear to schools that allowing bullying against LGBT students can violate anti-discrimination statutes. In 2011, the Department reaffirmed students’ rights to form gay-straight alliances and other similar groups. Earlier this year, President Obama and the First Lady held a White House Conference on Bullying Prevention. And today the Administration released a new analysis of state bullying laws and policies, summarizing the efforts currently in place to prevent bullying in and out of schools. The report shows that while states have made recent progress in enacting policies and legislation to address bullying, more must be done.
Over the last three years, we have seen that when we work together on behalf of human rights, we can accomplish truly amazing things, yet too many young people still remain at risk.
As we continue protecting our children, we look forward to working with Lady Gaga, the Born This Way Foundation, and with every American who is willing to help make our society more kind, inclusive, and equal.