All your favorite major label musicians—Taylor, Gaga, Katy, Jennifer Hudson, Yoko Ono, Amy Grant and Kacey Musgraves, among many more—have joined the music industry’s titans in asking for reform of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
After her Golden Globe win for American Horror Story: Hotel—and the fact that she seemed to be having a rip-roaring good time all season playing a melancholy vampire queen dripping in couture—it’s no surprise that Lady Gaga has confirmed her return to AHS’s next season.
Lady Gaga picked up a Golden Globe over the weekend for her role in American Horror Story: Hotel—and even though she was part of an ensemble cast, the designation “Best Actress” made perfect sense, since her character’s storyline was the heart of the season. Stunt casting? Maybe. But it worked so damn well.
Oh no. This is not happy news. Lady Gaga's Thanksgiving Special with the Muppets did not do as well as expected in the ratings, despite guest appearances from stars such as Sir Elton John and my secret imaginary dream mother, Ru Paul.
Here's Lady Gaga floating over a stage in a ridiculously cool and absurd flying dress made with fiberglass and six propellers. It's a world's first—just like her steak dress. She calls it Volantis.
What if you could take a pill to make yourself fall madly in love with someone, forever? That's sort of part of the premise of my story "Complicated and Stupid," which is up at Strange Horizons now. Plus there's a pornstar who headbutts her partners during sex, and the pornstar's pet gerbil.
Whoa nelly. The usually fairly more stunning music video maker Lady Gaga has dropped her latest video tome for her new single "Applause." It's certainly something. But instead of wowing us with her wild fashion forward thought and highly stylized sets we got Lady Gaga as a goose. SO that's something.
This lady told this guy: "STAY AWAY FROM ME + MY FAMILY YOU ARE SICK TRYING TO RENT AN APARTMENT IN MY BUILDING TO STALK ME. LEAVE ME ALONE!!!”
Not to enrage the Bieber Nation or Beliebers or whatever Bieberian name tweens and post-tweens call themselves now, but it looks like a lot of the people who follow him on Twitter are fake. In fact, he has the highest number of fakeout Twitter followers out of the top 10 Twitter accounts. 16.7 million accounts are…
When most plants and animals get named after a celebrity (and believe us, this happens often), it's rarely for anything more significant than a poorly-imagined resemblance, or a shared country of origin. Such is not the case with Gaga germanotta and the 18 other species in the newly dubbed "Gaga" genus.
Lady Gaga's latest costume is a very cool wig made out of real human hair and "the finest fiber optics in existence." She and her wig maker drew their inspiration for these glowing blonde locks from the idea of a "Disney Princess going to a rave." Of course.
Mother Monster Lady Gaga launched the beta version of her own social network, Littlemonsters.com, back in May. Now, the free-to-join social networking site is open to the public, allowing fans of the performer to connect and communicate in discussion forums, share news items, and post Gaga-related items in a…
Hufflepuff House doesn't get nearly the respect it deserves, but these hardworking, loyal, and true Hogwarts students show their Badger Pride with a little help from the folks at Not Literally. Watch them show off the yellow and black to their Lady Gaga-parodying tune "Sorted This Way."
Veteran music video director Joseph Kahn has created a film that challenges the limits of genre, to a degree that will make your head spin. But Detention isn't just aimed at randomly being meta or ironic, Kahn tells io9 — rather, he's hoping to reflect the reality of youth culture in the age of Twitter and Youtube.
Contrary to what The Walking Dead would have you believe, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention know a thing or two about how to respond in the event of a natural disaster. In the interest of promoting emergency preparedness, the CDC recently put together a list of iconic disaster movies, and how its…
The poker-faced popstar Lady Gaga had her Twitter and Facebook accounts hacked yesterday — and then malicious links were sent to all her friends and followers. Serves them right for liking her music.
YouTube is big fat no fun having missy when it comes to copyright rules. They're so afraid of pissing somebody off (and getting a lawsuit) that they'll even pull official videos now. Like today, when a prankster submitted a copyright claim against Justin Bieber's Vevo and YouTube took down his page.