After 92 years of shows, New York’s famed Roseland Ballroom (built in 1922) will end its nearly century-long run with a performance from Lady Gaga. And you can watch it all from the comfort of your own home.
Dressed in a studded black bikini, leather jacket, black platform shoes and blond bombshell wig, Lady Gaga arrived to make all of Bill Murray’s dreams come true.
After 95 years, Roseland Ballroom is shutting its doors, but not before Lady Gaga gets a chance to have her way with it.
In an interview with New York’s 92.3 NOW, Gaga revealed one of her fondest memories of the concert hall. One that includes a mosh pit, a broken nose and a fake ID.
What do you get when Lady Gaga spends six days with the ladies of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Mother Monster’s new video for “G.U.Y.”
According to Mother Monster “the stage is lucite and you can just dance underneath the runways.” All the better to see her get vomited on.
Lady Gaga is a woman torn. She likes the power of being a pop star who can affect change in those around her, but without all the corporate politics. Unless, those corporations can help her spread her message, then she’ll make an exception.
Let it never be said that Lady Gaga loses any of her artistic vision in subtlety.
Just one day after a journalist questioned the actual philanthropic reach of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, Mother Monster sprang into action in hopes to defend not only her charity’s reputation, but her own.
In 2013, the Foundation’s most visible efforts centered around the “Born Brave Bus Tour,” which hit 23 events in 18 cities around the country.