Heather Cassils is the awesome-looking woman who plays Lady Gaga's prison girlfriend in the "Telephone" video. But she's also a well-known artist in her own right. And she loved making out with Gaga.
The Fame Monster track listing. The song serves as the second single off the The Fame Monster. The song became Lady Gaga's sixth consecutive number one single.
Jump to navigation. Lady Gaga is sometimes heralded as a feminist icon, for a whole lot of reasons, ranging from her outspoken comments on feminist issues we will be returning to this in the near future! I was troubled by what I saw as a marginalization of the experiences of gender-variant prisoners, and I was also perturbed by the guards in the prison scene, who felt to me like caricatures of trans women.
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I mean, obviously I groove on the, I guess, excitement level? Natasha : Good! Choire : Part of the excitement with this Important Short Film was that everyone was sort of group-excited?
For over a decade, Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta, Lady Gaga for short, has had one clear objective in mind: to promote the gay agenda. It's not an underground tool for me. It's my whole life.
Lady Gaga is back with " Born This Way ," and yet again, we will try to deconstruct it. Last time, we explored the ins and outs and all the subtle imagery, influences, and meaning behind Gaga's music video for " Telephone. Initial reports and feedback for the video—which premiered Monday on VEVO —ran the gamut from " the most epic video she's ever done " to " what the hell is going on " and "God, this is gross. Lady G herself wrote the script and treatment for the video, while famed British fashion photographer Nick Knight was brought on to direct, along with choreographer Laurieann Gibson, and Nicole Formichetti, who styled the video.
The woman who made pop weird is now playing around with being normal. Or her version of it. Photograph by Amelie Raoul.