Lady Gaga on the Super Bowl: ‘I’ve been planning this, since I was 4’.

Here is Lady Gaga, gushing about the news that she’ll be performing at halftime of the Super Bowl. She says she’s been planning this since she was 4 years old, but played Coy when asked what she had planned. How could you, Gaga. How could you. But then she had a nice and sincere thing to … Read moreLady Gaga on the Super Bowl: ‘I’ve been planning this, since I was 4’.

Lady Gaga Says Nothing Is More “Isolating” Than Being Famous.

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Lady Gaga, one of the most famous and successful music artists in the world, knows what it's like to feel isolated. The 30-year-old pop star, who had titled her first and second album The Fame and The Fame Monster, recently spoke to actress Jamie Lee Curtis about the negative side of fame for Variety and PBS' "Actors on Actors" series.

"I don't think I could think of a single thing that's more isolating than being famous," Lady Gaga said, adding, "I think the hardest thing for me is that I love people so much and it is very hard to not be able to engage with people in a real and honest way…because they either want something from me or they see me as something that I simply am not." "I am not some goddess that dropped down from the sky to sing pop music, I am not some extra-incredible human person that needs to be told how wonderful they are all day and kissed…I don't need any of that," she said. "Truly, my purpose on this earth is to make people happy through and heal people through music."

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Star Finn Wittrock Praises Lady Gaga As ‘Unstoppable Workhorse’.

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Talk about on-set love — “American Horror Story: Hotel” star Finn Wittrock has nothing but good words for his costar Lady Gaga, with whom he shared several blood-sucking scenes last season. “She’s a workhorse, she’s unstoppable,” the actor said in an interview with TheWrap. He added that she has “a very kind of contagious passion … for what she does. You know, I think she knew going into it … she knew people would be a little intimidated by her or, like, daunted, so she kind of immediately tried to dispel all that and became very approachable, not just to me … but to the crew and to everybody, chatting, f—ing around. She’s fun!”

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Lady Gaga On Her Oscar Nomination: “It’s Not About That, For Me”.

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“I have to brag about this one for a minute,” says Diane Warren recalling the Feb. 8 Oscar Nominees Luncheon in which she attended with her “Til It Happens to You” song collaborator Lady Gaga. RELATED Lady Gaga, Ennio Morricone & More To Be Honored At 2016 Italia Film Festival “Every nominee, from every movie was there. The guy producing the show (David Hill) stopped the lunch and said, ‘I’ve produced Super Bowls before. I want to give a shout out to Lady Gaga who sang the best version of the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ I’ve heard in my life!’” recalls Warren. The Grammy Award-winning songwriter turns to Gaga, “You were on pitch!” Gaga takes it all in with wide eyed amazement, as though it’s all news to her. Indeed, Gaga excelled at the Big Game. If there’s one blemish a pop star tries to avoid, it’s botching the National Anthem at an event viewed by 112 million people.

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Mark Ronson Talks About Working With Lady Gaga, On New Album.

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During an interview with Zane Lowe on Beats1 Radio, a radio station owned by Apple, Mark Ronson talked about winning at the GRAMMYs, but more importantly about working with Lady Gaga. Mark doesn’t give much details but he says he will be back in Los Angeles to work with her again in a couple of weeks. Listen to the audio segment below.

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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.