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  1. Lady Gaga is reportedly making a return to Las Vegas! There's buzz she'll announce more dates for Enigma some time this year. Exhale, have you seen the show yet? I went when it first launched and it was epic. Related:
  2. Welcome to Battle of The Pop Stars. So last week 136 of you voted and after suspicion of electoral fraud and a deep investigation it was determined that 74 of you did in fact vote for Christina over Beyoncé The winner of round one is of course Ms. Voice of a Generation This week things will be a little more difficult. I am bringing to this battle the queen of bravery and freedom, the one, the only, LADY GAGA!!! Who will it be this week? Christina or Gaga? Let's go! Christina Christina Aguilera started her career in 1992. She has eight albums which are Christina Aguilera, Mi Reflejo, My Kind of Christmas, Stripped, Back to Basics, Bionic, Lotus and Liberation selling a total of 75 million records Her films include, Burlesque, The Emoji Movie and Zoe. Her tours, Christina Aguilera in Concert, The Stripped Tour, Back to Basics Tour, The Liberation Tour, The X Tour, Justified and Stripped Tour with Justin Timberlake and The Xperience residency. She has won five Grammys, has her star in the walk of fame, sung in Spanish and also has a succesful perfume line. VS Lady Gaga Lady Gaga started her career in 2001. She has six albums, The Fame/The Fame Monster, Born This Way, Artpop, Cheek to Cheek, Joanne and Chromatica. She has sold an estimated 27 million albums and 146 million singles worldwide. Her films include, Machete Kills, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, Gaga: Five Foot Two, A Star Is Born and the soon to be released House of Gucci. Her tours, The Fame Ball Tour, The Monster Ball Tour, The Born This Way Ball, ArtRave: The Artpop Ball, Joanne World Tour, Cheek to Cheek Tour with Tony Bennett and her residency in Las Vegas Enigma. She has won twelve Grammys two Golden Globes an Academy Award and many others. Stream Candyman to celebrate Christina's win and share your fave moments from these iconic ladies of pop.
  3. Which Chromatica song is your favorite? 1. Chromatica I 2. Alice 3. Stupid Love 4. Rain On Me (w/ Ariana Grande) 5. Free Woman 6. Fun Tonight 7. Chromatica II 8. 911 9. Plastic Doll 10. Sour Candy (w/ BLACKPINK) 11. Enigma 12. Replay 13. Chromatica III 14. Sine From Above (w/ Elton John) 15. 1000 Doves 16. Babylon 17. Love Me Right (bonus song) 18. 1000 Doves (piano demo) (bonus song)
  4. There's been a lot of talk about ARTPOP recently. Little Monsters are campaigning for Gaga to release a sequel. She actually addressed the chatter recently. The movement gained so much momentum that the record hit #1 on iTunes worldwide. Vulture wrote an article about it and suggests the album would probably win a Grammy in 2021. I have to stan and agree, however I'm wondering if you agree? Do you think ARTPOP was ahead of it's time (like Bionic )? Or should we leave it in 2013. Thoughts, Exhale? Related:
  5. Let's have this conversation and let's be honest. Pop culture right now isn't at its bests. Singers don't really have charisma, they release boring songs, there's just nothing special even if the songs are good. There's nothing iconic. Britney's prime era ended = no iconic moments. And that's a fact. No moments that had huge impact on pop culture rn like for example Britney dancing with a snake, kissing Madonna or shaving her head in 2000s. There's just nothing like it right now, totally nothing on this level. In my opinion ''Rain On Me'' released in 2020 was a really good moment for pop culture after years of nothing (except Thank U, Next song and music video). Don't get me wrong lmao I already know some people will be mad because of misunderstanding (I didn't know how to name this thread so idk if it sounds good, you can change it into something better). I totally don't think ''Rain On Me'' is even close to Britney's iconic moments, that's a fact - it is not. But choosing from all of recent moments, songs - ''Rain On Me'' is the best of it. It's iconic. On Britney's level? Absolutely not. ''Rain On Me'' really was a moment. Two big pop stars collaborating together on a dance-pop song mixing a lot of styles together. And it sounds really good, fresh and iconic. Lyrics are good. And the music video is amazing as well. Colors, dance, chemistry, style, vibe, energy - all makes sense here. It really works. Btw look at art I found: Seems like people really got inspired by it and that's the point
  6. Bus, Plane, No Sleep, Club, Another Club, Anxiety, Paparazzi, Concert, No Sleep, Photoshoot, Depression, Body Dysmorphia, Concert Bombing, Album release, Bi-polar disorder, broken marriage, Award Show, next place, trauma, another concert. We’ve all seen the headlines. Demi Lovato suffered an overdose after years of sobriety. Lady Gaga has PTSD. Katy Perry chopped her hair off yearning to be just Katy Hudson again. Ariana Grande shared a catscan of the trauma in her brain compared to a healthy one. Julia Michaels and Selena Gomez put out a song called “Anxiety.” Britney Spears checked into a mental treatment facility last year. What does it mean to be a public figure in the music industry dealing with mental health? How do you handle the pressures of fame and managing your career while also navigating your own experiences with Depression, Anxiety, and so much more. Before we dive in any deeper, we need to acknowledge there are a lot of layers here. There is of course a component of how the media projects a sense of perfection onto popstars. If you are a popstar, you are automatically obligated to adhere to an unspoken set of unrealistic expectations and standards. You have to be a role model, somewhat modest, ****** enough for the men to fantasize about you, but edgy enough for the women to admire you. Then of course, we need to think about how society draws lines in how we view and react to physical health compared to mental health. Think about how Selena Gomez undergoing surgery during battle with Lupus was reported compared to Justin Bieber taking solitary strolls in a park. Then, we get to the modern social media savvy popstar, many of whom have become unapologetically forthcoming and authentic in how they present themselves and their personal struggles with mental health. Finally, you have the evolution of how fans and the general public consumes all of this along with the music to get a comprehensive product by their fav. Our expectations for what makes a popstar genuine and relatable versus a snake are changing. But we need to ask ourselves, how does a popstar’s truth about their mental health impact how we perceive them? Does it help or hurt their Brand? And at the end of the day, is it any of our business? While, as a society, we should always be striving for empathy, compassion, and kindness – mental illness remains a taboo. We have come a long way in the last several years and we are seeing more and more work being done to end the stigma around mental health. 1 in 5 Adults have a mental health condition. Youth Mental Health is worsening, with 76% of youth left with no or insufficient treatment. More than 56% of adults with mental illness don’t receive treatment. However, celebrities and popstars have the benefit of getting a platform to address some of these things using their visibility. As more public figures come forward with their stories and personal battles, more people are finding comfort in realizing they are not alone. Just like with menstruation, ****** assault, racism, homophobia and many other “taboo” subjects, we are starting to see emerging dialogue to help discuss and educate to make progress in removing stigma from mental health related issues. Over the last two decades we have witnessed an evolution in pop music. I can remember a time when a popstar was supposed to embody perfection. The girl next door type with not a single hair out of place and a smile plastered on their face – oh, and they can also do full choreographed dance routines, meet and greets, world tours, and fragrances. That archetype of a popstar started to change with the introduction of social media. No longer was the only access to a popstar a well-rehearsed TV performance or edited interview. Suddenly, you could see what your fav had for lunch, who they are hanging out with, and what they look like with no make-up. This is where things got a little more personal. But this is also where we started to see that veneer of pop perfection crack and reveal the humanity behind pop diva personas. We, are consumers of pop music, can get so caught up in the glitz and glamour of it all, it’s hard to wrap our heads around even the most unlikely of divas struggling with mental health. Mother Monster, Lady Gaga, might be known for her pop bangers and over the top fashion. But she has also been fighting for women’s rights, the LGBT, and one of the leaders in the fight to end stigma around Mental Health. She has been incredibly outspoken about her own struggles with PTSD and trauma. During the the SAG AFTRA Awards in 2018, Lady Gaga had some powerful words to share with the audience: This was one of many occasions where Gaga has used her platform to start a dialogue around Mental Health and the stigma surrounding the subject. It’s something that has definitely resonated with her Little Monsters and ultimately, it’s a bond Gaga shares with her fans that transcends the music she makes. It’s not just about bopping to the “Bad Romance” singers edgy pop records. There seems to be a feeling of comfort, security, and empathy that Gaga shares with her fans. What’s more impressive is the fact that this isn’t something that she stopped doing after she wrapped up the “Born this Way” era. Whether she’s sitting down with Prince William, or accepting an award for her music or acting work, she constantly uses her platform to talk about those suffering with mental health issues and shedding light on how we need to come together and make a difference. Gaga founded the Born This Way Foundation and with the help of her mother, there are always initiatives in motion to make a difference in the community. “The time has come for us all, collectively, to tackle the causes and symptoms of mental illness, and provide care for those who suffer from it,” she declares in a piece she had published on the Guardian. Anxiety, depression, and stress getting you down? Well Ariana suggests that we “just keep breathin, and breathin, and breathin.” Issa bop and issa a relatable anthem for music listeners all over the world. Ariana Grande is another example of a popstar diva, who has been very transparent about her mental health. We have seen the “7 rings” singer whipping that luscious ponytail around and commanding the stage with such a fierce presence. You would never suspect that she gets stage fright, that she worries about looking awkward while doing choreography, and that she struggles with anxiety like millions of people around the world. In the span of the last 2 years she has also had to deal with a terrorist attack, the death of an ex, and the dissolution of wedding. Despite these very difficult hardships, Ariana has kept a forward momentum in her career. Ariana’s got a major support system in her friends, family, and dedicated fanbase. She uses music as therapy and a creative expression to process her trauma – and Ariana Grande is the queen of Social Media. With hundreds of millions of followers on Instagram and Twitter, she has candidly shared her journey with managing her mental health. Fans have questioned how Ari is managing it all and she has been an open book about her entire journey. When asked about therapy, she had this to say to a fan: She also talked about it in interviews. She’s done hour long interviews on the Zach Song show where she talked about her struggles with anxiety and depression and how she channeled that into her records. She has done some interviews with major publications too where she candidly talked said, “When I got home from tour, I had really wild dizzy spells, this feeling like I couldn’t breathe,” she told ELLE magazine during an interview after wrapping the Dangerous Woman tour, “I would be in a good mood, fine and happy, and they would hit me out of nowhere. I’ve always had anxiety, but it had never been physical before. There were a couple of months straight where I felt so upside down.” Strangely, success does seem to be tied to artists who can be incredibly transparent with their struggles with mental health. Following some of Ariana’s major incidents, she has gone on to release Sweetener and Thank U, Next. Two very personal albums that were passion projects that organically came together while she was trying to find a way to heal. She’s put out songs like: No Tears Left to Cry, Get Well Soon, Breathin, Ghostin’ and Thank U Next, which touch on Ari’s struggles with depression, anxiety, and loss in an incredibly raw fashion. This vulnerability seems to have translated into chart success for the popstar, who seemed just as surprised but relieved when she discussed this on the Zach Song Show. Similar parallels can be made to when Britney Spears went through her very public breakdown in 2007. While the tabloids watched her every move, she somehow managed to make time to get into the studio and release what is still considered to be one of her greatest record, Blackout. And while the Blackout era did not get the video treatment and proper single promotion that it deserved, it is interesting to note, when she made her infamous “comeback” from the breakdown, she landed a #1 hit with Womanizer. What does this say about us as a society? As much as trauma and mental struggles are a taboo to discuss openly, there seems to be a strange fascination with these very public figures who open up about it and let us in. Perhaps some part of it resonates with the masses, that part that makes these pop deities human and relatable. Or perhaps subconsciously there is a more sinister driver here – the public’s desire to watch someone so candidly dealing with mental health issues, fail. Regardless of the reasoning, one thing is for sure. How we look at popstars is evolving and there is almost an odd sense of entitlement to have full access to celebrities and their struggles. While, I applaud artists like Ariana for being for forthcoming, it’s also absolutely her prerogative to not share any details about her personal state of mind with millions of people. But at the end of the day, what do you want from your popstars? Just some bops and a picture perfect persona? Or does it help to see our pop divas advocating for mental health and showing those struggling with these issues all over the world that they share a commonality. By Mohammad Mumtaz
  7. Lady Gaga just broke a coveted Guinness World Record for being the first female artist to achieve four 10-million-selling singles. The singles include: Just Dance Poker Face Bad Romance Shallow Legends only! Thoughts, Exhale? "911" coming to that list soon Related:
  9. The Gucci family condemns biopic calling it Hollywood seeking profit over a family tragedy, that they don't want to revisit. The Gucci family is basically like: Everybody knows what happened, why make us who went thru revisit this hell? None of you guys went through a murder of a beloved one, imagine our shoes how it feels to see it in film. I kinda see their point, it's like now they will have to relive it forever cos of this film. And it seems that's what bothers them the film only centers on the events leading up to the murder instead of his life story. It's actually disrespectful if you ask me, to make a biopic of a fashion dynasty and only focus on the crime, more than his entire life. I understand why they don't want this type of tabloid film. To exist. So it's officially unauthorized as they have no input.
  10. In The fame, gaga Thanked Madonna, Michael Jackson , Prince, david Bowie, and Freddy Mercury. 3 out of 4 hated her. I have no idea if Freddy would embrace her. Michael got her and understood she was a little bit of everyone, and wanted her to open for his This is it tour. Madonna initially said nice things, saw the similarities and felt her impact. But The whole express yourself born thus way media feud ignited her to start hating, and some people noticed Gaga barely recovered from having her biggest female influence who initially championed her to basically reject her cos of the comparisons and Madonna hated it. Madonna even said Dr4ss like Britney spears, think like me when it came to Britney comparisons. But she championed Both Britney and Kylie minogue, so I feel she didn't think she needed gaga when she had two girls covering markets and gays anyway. Prince he was very hella shady. When asked about gaga, "Different strokes for different folks" and if that didn't sting. "The thing I do is make music" that had to hurt from a self taught prodigy to denounce a fellow musician. And David Bowie which according to his son in an infamous interview was not a fan of her at all. So a lot of her pop idols never cared for her at all. In one way she was already denied by a lot of her influences. @ChromaticaGlory @Jordan Miller
  11. Gaga released a teaser of The Queendom film today as a pair-up with Dom Pérignon. She said it's an exclusive first look as for what's to come.
  12. New Chromatica embossed crewnecks, and the Chromatica tri-fold vinyl are available for pre-order, and ordering on Gaga's online shop. ⚔️❤️ It's safe to say that the era is restarting! https://shop.ladygaga.com/
  13. Lady Gaga's bass player/bassist Johnny Good comes out as homophobic and drags Lil Nas X. He also already disabled his Twitter account Related:
  14. Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan was released from the hospital a month after being shot while walking Gaga's three French bulldogs and left for dead. Ryan was in the hospital for so long because one of his lungs kept collapsing. Doctors were forced to remove a portion of his lung. “I was prepared to quietly start a path to healing from the emotional trauma and continue on my way,” Fischer wrote. “Life would be back to normal soon enough,” he wrote. “Unfortunately, the strange hissing and glugging coming from my chest every time I took a breath begged to differ with that assessment.” Unfortunately, no arrests have been made yet. Related:
  15. Wishing Lady Gaga a happy birthday today! Legendga turns 35-years-old. Exhale, let's show Gaga some love in the comments shall we? Good karma if you do!
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  17. Hey Exhale! First off, love y'all. Second, my article about Lady Gaga teaching me the power of vulnerability was picked up by a Medium publication called The Ascent and published this weekend. Medium is a self-publishing writing platform who gives writers the opportunity to be picked up by major publications and have their piece promoted to a wider audience. It's pretty difficult to get published in, so I'm feeling super honored. In this article I actually practice being vulnerable. You'll have to read it to see what I mean. Would love for you guys to check it out and tell me what you think! Tap here 👇 I Interviewed Lady Gaga and This Is What She Taught Me
  18. I know this is posted a day late, but it's better late than never. https://www.papermag.com/lady-gaga-chromatica-2645479910.html In this interview with Paper Mag, Gaga talked about Chromatica, about how hackers leaked Stupid Love before it came out, and explained that was the main reason she wanted to go ahead, and make it the lead single from Chromatica among other things like fibromyalgia, healing power of music, mental health, and so much more. The photoshoot, she did with Paper Mag, is also one of the best ones she's done thus far.
  19. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcchicago.com/news/local/cubs-announce-2021-dates-for-wrigley-field-concerts-postponed-due-to-covid/2463262/%3famp
  20. Serving up the looks in Rome, Italy! She's there filming the new Ridley Scott film Gucci. Let's update this topic with new updates from Gaga's time filming.
  21. https://www.etonline.com/lady-gagas-dognapping-to-be-featured-on-americas-most-wanted-exclusive-162367 America's Most Wanted is putting additional eyes on Lady Gaga's dognapping. ET has exclusively learned Monday's premiere of America's Most Wanted will solicit America's help in finding the shooter of Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fischer. The episode will also investigate the recent spree of violent dognappings happening from coast to coast. Fischer was shot last month while walking Gaga's three French bulldogs -- Gustav, Koji and Asia -- in Los Angeles. Gustav and Koji were taken at the site, but Asia managed to escape. Fischer is recovering from his injuries, and the dogs have since been recovered and reunited with Gaga's team. On America's Most Wanted, host Elizabeth Vargas will show viewers surveillance footage and provide tips on what to look out for when looking for these dangerous fugitives, with the show’s goal having always been solving crimes with America’s help. Gaga offered a reward of $500,000 for the safe return of her dogs. It is unknown whether the person who returned her dogs received the reward. While speaking with ET before the dogs' return, Gaga's father, Joe Germanotta, said he was praying "that the dogs are safe and that they don't experience any harm, and we thank God that Ryan is going to be OK. We hope that we get through this and everyone can put this behind them." "It's unfortunate that these guys are down on their luck and they needed money, but to shoot someone for dogs is really a disgusting act," he added. "The entire family is keeping in touch." America'sMost Wanted premieres Monday, March 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.
  22. The BTS Army is going in on Lady Gaga for her win with Ariana Grande for Best Pop Duo/Group at the 2021 Grammys. This is the first time in Grammy history that an all female line up has won this award. This should be a time of celebration, not only for Gaga and Ariana, but for all women. Unfortunately, the BTS fanbase thinks otherwise. The Army has been leaving deplorable, hateful, homophobic rants on Lady Gaga's socials as well as other pages congratulating them. The fandom is claiming the Grammys are corrupt as they would pick two white women over People Of Color. Thoughts? Related:
  23. Alright folks... I hate Clubs .... but after a year of talking to people, I’m ready to grind. so ..... What’s your club mix! I’ll start: Betoko / Gemma Hayes — Wicked Game Le Youth — Cool Lady Gaga — Free Woman Empire of The Sun — Alive Bearson — Want You Years & Years — Desire Dua Lipa — Levitating Fountain of youth — improvement San Holo — Light Ofenbach— be Mine Kygo / Selena Gomez — It Ain’t Me (AFTR:HRS mix) Little Mix — Sweet Melody Armin Van Buuren / Garibay — I Need You (feat. Olaf Blackwood) Daft Punk — Doin It Right (feat. Panda Bear) Dillon Francis / DJ SNAKE — Get Low Martin Solveig / Good Times Ahead — Intoxicated Dragonette — Let It Go Glass Animals — Heat Waves Tove Lo — True Disaster
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