Posts Tagged ‘Lady Gaga’

DIVAS IN THE HOUSE!

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Sunday night brought out some of the recording industry’s biggest divas for the 59th Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Staples Center.  The red carpet shone with unforgettable looks, including those worn (from left to right) by Katy Perry in Tom Ford, Lady Gaga in Brandon Maxwell, Rihanna in Armani Privé, Adele in Givenchy, and Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo Couture.

GAGA: ALL EYES ON HER!

Wednesday, February 8th, 2017
Following her triumphant Super Bowl performance, Lady Gaga continues to be the focus of our attention.  Appearing at Tommy Hilfiger’s “Tommyland” runway show in Los Angeles on Wednesday, the singer sported an eye-popping look.   Wearing a nautical sequin-covered “onesie” paired with embellished military boots, fishnet stockings, and a vintage Hermes Kelly bag, it was her unusual brow makeup, though, that really confounded us.  Is this the next beauty trend?

 

GOING GAGA FOR HALF-TIME!

Sunday, February 5th, 2017

Lady Gaga literally blew the roof off of the Super Bowl, beginning her half-time performance from the top of Houston’s NRG Stadium, surrounded by hundreds of drones.  The singer, dressed in custom Atelier Versace, then took a death-defying plunge towards to the stage, where she performed for more than thirteen minutes.  Renditions of patriotic tunes, such as “God Bless America” and “This Land Is Your Land,” preceded a medley of top hits, ranging from “Poker Face” and “Telephone” to “Bad Romance.”  However, Gaga 30, subtly politicized when she sang “Born This Way” before Vice President, Mike Pence, emphasizing the lines “No matter gay, straight, or bi, Lesbian, transgendered life/I’m on the right track baby/I was born to survive.”

Gaga, who fiercely supports equal rights for the LGBT community, was expected to make a political statement during her half-time performance.  However, prior to the Super Bowl she said, “The only statements that’ll be making during the halftime show are the ones that I have been consistently making throughout my career.  I believe in a passion for inclusion. I believe in the spirit of equality and the spirit of this country. It’s one of love and compassion and kindness. So my performance will uphold those philosophies.”  And they did.