Lady Gaga releases her own “Zomby Gaga” doll.

Mattel’s Monster High has teamed up with the Golden Globe-winning actress and singer’s Born This Way Foundation to piece together a mini-me doll that that looks just like the beauty did just a few years ago. Dressed in a black suit with a bow-tie, matching oversize sunglasses, and a long pink ponytail, the character reflects … Read moreLady Gaga releases her own “Zomby Gaga” doll.

‘Lady Gaga’ Celebrity Doll In Production.

This morning, Lady Gaga, 29, and her younger sister, Natali Germanotta, 23, will debut a partnership with Mattel's tween doll line, Monster High. Yes, that's right. Lady Gaga, the Mother Monster, finally has an actual "little monster" to share with her own fan base of Little Monsters, and beyond. The doll will be in the likeness of Lady … Read more‘Lady Gaga’ Celebrity Doll In Production.

Born This Way Foundation, To Collaborate With Mattel’s Monster High!

Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation has signed a three-year pact with Mattel's Monster High to work toward inspiring empowerment and acceptance among young people. Born This Way Foundation, founded by the music star and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta, in 2012, is dedicated to promoting mental, emotional and physical well-being for youth. The organization has … Read moreBorn This Way Foundation, To Collaborate With Mattel’s Monster High!

Yale Center & Lady Gaga Host Teens, To Talk About Emotions.

Over the weekend, Lady Gaga stopped by Yale University to speak at the Emotion Revolution summit, a new initiative that partners with the Born This Way Foundation. The pop star posted plenty of shots from the event to her Instagram account, promoting #IAmNotJust. Gaga's contribution, which she also posted, stated, "#IamNotJust ANXIOUS. I have depression." … Read moreYale Center & Lady Gaga Host Teens, To Talk About Emotions.

Lady Gaga & Elton John, Cover Billboard. THE FULL STORY.

Jamey Rodemeyer was a gay Lady Gaga fan from New York state. Bullied for his sexuality, the 14-year-old became a kind of online activist against harassment, even filming an “It Gets Better” video. Then, on Sept. 18, 2011, he tweeted at Gaga before taking his own life: “Bye mother monster, thank you for all you … Read moreLady Gaga & Elton John, Cover Billboard. THE FULL STORY.