April 10, 2015

When Monsters Attack

The claws are out and Natalia Kills is the target.

The singer has received some controversy lately for an explosive rant directed towards Joe Irvine, an X Factor New Zealand contestant, accusing him of having “no value or respect for originality”, saying that he’s a “laughingstock”, and so on, because in her mind, he was ripping off her husband, Willy Moon.

The rant is here, if you can stomach that nonsense again:

The couple has been fired from the show, they’ve both publicly apologized, and they both seem to sincerely want to move on from the incident. I’m sure their careers do too. However, it looks like the general public is not ready to let that happen so soon.

Kills has revealed that she (along with her husband) have been victims of some pretty brutal bullying on Twitter. She’s re-posted a few of the tweets on her own Twitter account, but it seems the hate was too extreme for Instagram, which did not allow such photos/comments/whatever to be re-posted on their site. By reading some of the comments on her Twitter, it's not hard to see why.

Kills has re-posted a particularly nasty tweet sent to her and her husband by a devoted Little Monster:

                                                       Sexism and homophobia in 140 characters or less.

It's nice to see how Lady Gaga's message of love and tolerance is being spread throughout the world, especially in her Little Monster kingdom. And his use of the word "flop" is pretty laughable too, considering who he's got on his profile picture.

Anyway, I doubt Lady Gaga herself will actually get dragged into this, but it's interesting to see how much of an impact her anti-bullying messages are having on her own fans, even after all these years.

Lady Gaga has excused her fans' vicious behaviour before - like when they are coming to her aid - but what about in situations like these? She's not involved. She's not being attacked. They're not defending her. They're just being downright nasty. And for what? There's no reason to send a message like this to someone, unless your goal is to hurt them.

I'm not saying Kills and her husband are innocent here, far from it. But are these disgusting tweets really called for?

Does Lady Gaga have a responsibility to say something when something like this comes up?

What do you all think?

April 1, 2015

Not just an April Fool

Not much to say about this one.

Fashion Queen Lady Gaga was featured on People of Walmart (of all places) last week, looking a straight up mess.

The caption that went along with it:
"What the shit? I try not to blame things on celebrities but if this sparkling creature isn’t a direct result of Lady Gaga I don’t know what she is. You want to embrace your weird, whatever, good for you. But how ’bout we do it with pants on?"
I can only imagine what her fashionista friends thought about this one. And the best part? The People of Walmart writer didn't even know this was actually Lady Gaga. Oh, how the mighty have fallen.

March 20, 2015

Jessica Lange Throws Brutal, Scathing Shade at Lady Gaga

By Miss Stef

American Horror Story's super star, actress Jessica Lange used that super smart noggin' of hers when she decided to hit the high road and announce her departure from the hit T.V. series.   Incidentally, that came at pretty much the exact time Horror Story executives announced that Lady Gaga would be joining the show's 'Hotel' season.  Obviously they haven't seen the Marry The Night video because if they did, I'm sure they would rethink their shitty casting choices.

Jessica Lange appeared on stage at the Paley Center for Media's annual PaleyFest with the rest of the cast when she was asked if Caca convinced her to stay for another season, she gave the most c*nty yet brilliantly classy response. Gaga better stock up on some bandages because the daggers thrown here are enough to cut her in half.


If there was ever a more special moment to feel massively embarrassed for Gaga getting her pie-in-the-face moment, this is it.  Other cast members are heard off camera put the cherry on top when they yelled "fire! fire!fire!" and no doubt they feel the same way. 

Instead of sticking around for another season of pay checks, Queen Dame Jessica Lange chose her artistic integrity and decided that her career is too dignified to share a stage with the Queen of Caca.  

This is a perfect time to remind you of Akon's interview on Sway's Universe when he discussed "cashing out" before the ship sunk like ten Titanics.  Skip to 3:45.


With Lady Titanic bringing her sorry excuse for acting skills to the television screen and story executives for making a colossal bad casting move, American Horror Story has only one way to go.......down.

March 16, 2015

Stephen Sondheim calls Lady Gaga's Oscars performance a "travesty"

Many people were looking at Lady Gaga's Sound of Music tribute at the Oscars this year as a positive change for her. Some even speculated that she could be taking her career in a new direction.

My guess is that after six or so years, people are tired of seeing her prance around in Halloween costumes, growling and crawling around on stage to try and be "artistic", and just want to hear her sing.

What, you don't like my style?

Not everyone loved her performance though, and legendary Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim is one such person. He said of her performance:
"On the Academy Awards she was a travesty."
"It was ridiculous, as it would be from any singer who treats that music in semi-operatic style. She had no relationship to what she was singing. What people liked was her versatility."

 Ouch! And here I thought she was supposed to be a jazz musical theater expert?

What did you think of her performance? Do you think people only enjoyed it because it was unexpected coming from her? Or do you think she did a good job?

March 7, 2015

Women love Beyoncé, and men love Katy Perry

At least according to Spotify!

Spotify has released a list of the most streamed female artists worldwide and divided the list by gender. It turns out that among women, Beyoncé is the most streamed, and among men, it's Katy Perry!

The lady that takes the cake, cake, cake, cake though is Rihanna, who was named the most streamed woman of all time worldwide for the third year in a row.

Here's a source for the info and here are the lists:

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists, Worldwide
01. Rihanna
02. Katy Perry
03. Beyoncé
04. Lana Del Rey
05. Lady Gaga
06. Ariana Grande
07. Nicki Minaj
08. Ellie Goulding
09. Taylor Swift*
10. Lorde

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists By Women, Worldwide 
01. Beyoncé
02. Katy Perry
03. Lana Del Rey
04. Rihanna
05. Ariana Grande
06. Lorde
07. Miley Cyrus
08. Taylor Swift*
09. Ellie Goulding
(No, this is not a mistake, there is no #10 on any source I could find)

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists by Men, Worldwide 
01. Katy Perry
02. Lana Del Rey
03. Lorde
04. Ariana Grande
05. Rihanna
06. Beyoncé
07. Ellie Goulding
08. Miley Cyrus
09. Lady Gaga
10. Iggy Azalea

What I found particularly interesting was that Lady Gaga was not even in the top ten of the All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists in the U.S. She doesn't even appear in the top ten for women listeners, and among men, she's last on the list. Here are the lists with U.S. data:

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists, U.S.
01. Lana Del Rey
02. Beyoncé
03. Katy Perry
04. Lorde
05. Ariana Grande
06. Rihanna
07. Nicki Minaj
08. Taylor Swift*
09. Miley Cyrus
10. Ellie Goulding

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists by Women, U.S.
01. Beyoncé
02. Lana Del Rey
03. Katy Perry
04. Ariana Grande
05. Lorde
06. Rihanna
07. Taylor Swift*
08. Miley Cyrus
09. Nicki Minaj
10. Iggy Azalea

All-Time Most Streamed Female Artists by Men, U.S.
01. Lorde
02. Lana Del Rey
03. Katy Perry
04. Beyoncé
05. Rihanna
06. Nicki Minaj
07. Ellie Goulding
08. Iggy Azalea
09. Taylor Swift*
10. Lady Gaga

*Taylor Swift removed her music from Spotify last year 

So, what do YOU think of these lists?