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13 Jan
Lady Gaga reveals bizarre moment that happened on House of Gucci set
3 Nov 2020
Lady Gaga says Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is the 'right choice' at a drive-in rally in the key swing state of Pennsylvania on the eve of the US election.
2 Sep 2020
Lady Gaga "failed over and over again" as an actress and musician.
3 Feb 2020
Lady Gaga's new boyfriend is businessman Michael Polansky and she has been seeing him for some time.
28 Mar 2019
Lady Gaga's 'A Star Is Born' Has Sold Over One Million Copies in the US 'A Star Is Born' has now sold 1,002,611 copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music. The rare one million sales milestone usually only occurs when including streams.
11 Feb 2019
Michelle Obama makes a surprise appearance at 2019 Grammy Awards. The popular former first lady appeared on stage with host Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez.
25 Dec 2018
This was the year that Rihanna and Whoopi Goldberg made us appreciate purple lipstick, Lady Gaga reinvented the top knot, and Kirsten Stewart pulled off her most intense cat-eye yet.
11 Sep 2018
Making her debut as a movie actress in “A Star is Born”, the singer says she was humbled by the role.
20 Nov 2017
Pink, Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera led female artists of pop music dominating the American Music Awards stage on Sunday with powerful performances, despite being edged out by male artists in most award categories this year.
28 Oct 2017
Lady Gaga and Joe Biden join forces, speak up about sexual assault.
19 Apr 2017
In a FaceTime conversation, Britain's Prince William and pop diva Lady Gaga say they want to 'normalise' mental health, a day after Prince Harry revealed he had sought help from mental health professionals over the death of his mother.
6 Feb 2017
Lady Gaga soars over Super Bowl stage with bow to inclusion, announces world tour after set.

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