Kylie Jenner sold a majority stake of her business to beauty conglomerate Coty. It's a hint of an industry that's pivoting toward celebrity branding and social media marketing.
Chrissy Teigen got in the middle of the McDonald's CEO firing. "Harry Potter" star Scarlett Byrne married Hugh Hefner's son Cooper. Kylie Jenner and Drake have been reportedly spending time together. Lady Gaga addressed the rumors about her relationship with Bradley Cooper in an interview for Elle magazine. Kanye West announced that he plans to run for president in 2024.
Winfrey praised Gaga’s handling of the gossip, to which the singer/actress/ beauty mogul replied, “Quite frankly, I think the press is very silly."
Lady Gaga and a fan fell off stage at her concert. The final trailer for the new "Star Wars" film was released. Women were kicked out of an event for confronting Harvey Weinstein who was also in attendance. Felicity Huffman finished her prison sentence after just 11 days. Nicki Minaj married her childhood friend, Kenneth Petty.
In his new memoir, John lashes out at Madonna for complaining that Gaga's "Born This Way" copied her own hit, "Express Yourself."
Lady Gaga took a big fall from the stage last night with a fan in Las Vegas — but afterwards quickly assured the audience that everything was fine. "We fell into each other’s arms like Rose and Jack," she said.
“I love the Cure, felt my old self come alive tonight, what a show,” Gaga posted while attending the Cure's epic L.A. festival.
As the singer pledges her help to the three mass shooting sites, the Trump campaign still owes El Paso $569,000.
Lady Gaga has been threatened with a multi-million-dollar lawsuit by an unknown songwriter, who has claimed the nine-time Grammy-winning artist stole the melody for “Shallow” from one of his songs.Songwriter Steve Ronsen argues his song “Almost” features the same three note progression – G, A, B – and was uploaded to SoundCloud six years previous to the release of Gaga’s “Shallow”.Lady Gaga’s lawyer, Orin Snyder, said: “Mr. Ronsen and his lawyer are trying to make easy money off the back of a successful artist.” “It is shameful and wrong,” he continued. “I applaud Lady Gaga for having the courage and integrity to stand up on behalf of successful artists who find themselves on the receiving end of such [claims].”However, Steven Ronsen’s lawyer told Page Six: “In an effort to amicably resolve this matter months ago, my office provided Lady Gaga’s legal team, at their request, with an official report from a renowned and respected musicologist and professor who determined that there are significant tempo, melodic, rhythmic and harmonic similarities between the two ‘hooks’ of the songs at issue.”“Shallow” won Lady Gaga an Oscar as it featured in her hit film A Star Is Born, which was released in 2018.
The 33-year-old singer and her audio engineer were spotted kissing over the weekend.
The singer and longtime LGBTQ community hero showed up in an epic, Pride-themed rainbow outfit and delivered a heartfelt speech
Lady Gaga was all about pride during her SiriusXM show at Harlem's Apollo Theater Monday night. In between songs, the "Born This Way" pop star gave a rousing speech about the importance of asking people's pronouns and the necessity of gay pride. She also referenced transgender activist Marsha P. Johnson who was widely credited with […]