431 posts categorized "LADY GAGA"
Many NYPD cops continue to show what assholes they are.
AbFab coming to the big screen!
The connection between Xanadu and Taylor Swift.
Gaga's BF Taylor Kinney liked Madonna's Rebel Heart pic of Gaga.
Madonna's non-racist cred defended.
ESPN's Stuart Scott dies after long cancer battle.
Is depression an allergic reaction?
The GOP is officially more anti-science than the Pope.
Funniest Pope headline ever.
Another horrible GOP candidate for 2016: Mike Huckabee.
In case you're still curious about how Jen feels about Brad.
Hottest guys of 2014 are here!
This (see above) is what Joe Putignano looks like when he's not 100%.
Missing AirAsia plane likely downed by bad weather.
Amazing letter from Nashville police chief regarding protests.
SEE YOU IN TACO HELL: Creationist asshole at work.
Make those gay charitable donations work for you!
This post is easier and better than using Grindr for real.
The New York Times loves Madonna's new stuff.
Madonna retweets a Rebel Heart-ified Lady Gaga image:
Lady Gaga is selfie-absorbed for Shisheido.
2014 was a banner year for marriage equality.
Putin has led Russia's economy to shocking depths.
Annie Proulx wishes she'd never written Brokeback Mountain.
Gay pornstars read mean tweets.
With the leak of a song by Madonna called “Two Steps Behind” that seems to be about Lady Gaga (if and only if Madonna would be willing to concede that Gaga is “pretty”), the media has already begun whipping up stan wars...and Gaga has Instagrammed an ominous warning to an unnamed witch.
But Madonna's manager Guy Oseary, responding to fan inquiries, has said the song is “NOT about gaga or anyone in particular.” Also, he confirms that the song, currently in unfinished demo form, will not be released.
And Madonna herself has chimed in:
BOY CULTURE REVIEW: ***1/2 out of ****
The Andy Cohen Diaries: A Deep Look at a Shallow Year (Henry Holt, $26) is the follow up to Cohen's best-selling Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Line of Pop Culture. That book was fun, a mix of media memoir and gay came-of-age story, like what you'd get if David Sedaris gave a shit about upscale ladies who punch.
But I was much more eager to read Andy's latest because I share his obsession with The Andy Warhol Diaries, the 1987 publication of the late pop artist's mundane, gossipy, catty, banal, unintentionally sociologically insightful day-to-day journals. Even without reading a word of Cohen's new work, he already wins for best title of the year. He's also inoculated himself against any bad reviews by embracing an earlier work that he notes was dismissed as “a vapid assortment of name-dropping and celebrity bashing,” which is only true if you're someone who doesn't care that Warhol noted Madonna and Timothy Hutton were hanging out together and accidentally broadcast that fact to the New York Post one day in the '80s.
But this Andy doesn't disappoint, coming across as a Warhol with an agenda, more of a sense of the ridiculous and a libido.
Juicily, Cohen starts the book right when those rumors circulated that he was engaged to straight athlete Sean Avery. Hey, there have been more damaging rumors than to be linked to this. But it's a great way to begin, as it lets you know the author isn't going to hold back. Just a few pages later, he goes after Kevin Spacey—who deserves to be gone after—with this observation:
Robbie Williams releases fan-appreciation album with his butt on the cover.
Lady Gaga details a rape at 19 by a producer 20 years her senior.
Republican Charles Barkley backs Officer Wilson and George Zimmerman.
What happens when Disney meets Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Madonna's nipples pass muster with the ladies of The View.