Lady Gaga delivered a dramatic rendition of the title track of 'ARTPOP' with her appearance on the second episode (Feb. 18) of the new look, Jimmy Fallon-hosted 'The Tonight Show.' She sure made it a performance to remember.
Last night (Feb. 17), a massive roster of A-list stars kicked off Jimmy Fallon's debut as the new host of 'The Tonight Show.' However, it looks like they didn't believe the comedian could land the gig.
Kanye West going on a rant is nothing new. The rapper took the stage in Newark, N.J. on Saturday, Feb. 15 to deliver a 12-minute soliloquy about the trajectory of his career, his fellow rappers and the media's fear of interracial relationships. He was actually quite funny in several parts.
Last week, we found out that Lady Gaga had shot a video with members of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' It was not clear which song the video was for or if it was some other project. Now, we're learning that it was for the 'ARTPOP' song 'G.U.Y. (Girl Under You)' and that Gaga was bitten by a creature known as a slow loris while on set.
Miley Cyrus was joined by Madonna for a performance at the taping of her 'MTV Unplugged' special last night (Jan. 28), which airs tonight (Jan. 29). The ladies were a pair of Rhinestone Cowgirls with their outfits. Yee haw!
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