Meet, the Scrubba, a portable washing machine, in form of a bag. This wash bag, allows people to do their laundry, on-the-go. The Scrubba is a lightweight, foldable bag that features small nodules to help sc...Read more »
Lady Gaga, first person to reach 20 Million Followers in Twitter
Lady Gaga, hits the 20 Million mark in Twitter last Saturday, March 3, 2012. She is the first person to get 20 million followers in Twitter. She beats fellow celebrities like Justin Bieber (18 million followers), Katy Perry (15.7 million followers), Shakira (14.5 million followers), Rihanna (14.4 million followers) and Britney Spears (13.5 million followers).
Unlike her fellow popstar, Britney Spears, whose account is maintained by her management team, Gaga claims to personally manage her account. She often posts announcements and personal pictures, using her account to get in touch with her legions of fans, whom she calls her “Little Monsters”, helping her retain her title as the “Queen of Twitter”.View Article Source »
"As for Lady Gaga, I have no comment to make about her obsessions having to do with me." --- Madonna
Lady Gaga has spoken openly about her love for Madonna, but it seems that the feeling is not mutual. In fact, Madonna allegedly didn’t have much to say as a form of appreciation or encouragement to super famous fan when asked by a French newspaper — Le Soir.
“As for Lady Gaga, I have no comment to make about her obsessions having to do with me because I don’t know whether her behavior is rooted in something deep and meaningful, or superficial.”
Madonna’s rep, Liz Rosenberg, didn’t immediately have a comment with regards to the interview. However, she told E! News: “I do know that [Madonna] has said many supportive things about Gaga over the years.”
Lady Gaga’s representative, on the other hand, hasn’t returned a request for comment yet.View Article Source »
A cool and entertaining video parody of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way," featuring X-Men: First Class.
The Warp Zone created a video parody on YouTube, featuring Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” The video was inspired by the successful movie of X-Men: First Class.
The Warp Zone’s video is a more elaborate version of an acoustic reinvention of the said song. However, this isn’t the first parody of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”.
Hit the play button at the video posted after the break, and check out the X-Men: First Class version of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.”Read the rest of the article »
After being hailed as the queen of social media, Lady Gaga was outpointed by Rihanna as the most popular woman on Facebook.
The long hailed queen of social media, Lady Gaga for being the first living music artist who reached 10,000,000 Facebook Fans, was overthrown by Rihanna as the most popular woman on Facebook.
Lady Gaga, who even beat President Barrack Obama in Facebook by about 700,000, was overcame by Rihanna by over 20,000 fans. As of the moment, The RnB singer has 40,564,950 Facebook fans, while the pop icon has 40,543,536.
But eventhough she was outpointed on Facebook, Lady Gaga is still the most popular woman on Twitter. Based to Twitaholic, the pop sensation has more than 11.6 million followers, while Rihanna is the 13th most popular user in the micro-blogging site with 6.1 million followers.View Article Source »
Amazon tries to make good by offering Lady Gaga's Born This Way Album. Just like last time, the price is only 99 cents.
Lady Gaga fans were delighted when Amazon offered Born This Way album for the mere price of 99 cents. Unfortunately, the high demand caused the downloads to lag. Most of the downloaders also were cut off. Now it seems that Amazon is trying to come clean.
“We’re doing it again and this time we’re ready. Get @ladyaga’s Born This Way album fo $.99 today”, states Amazon’s tweet, Thursday.
Were you one of the hundreds or thousand who tried to download Gaga last Monday? Will you give Amazon another chance?View Article Source »
Amazon’s incredible deal backfires on them. Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” download price to just 99 cents has slowed the downloads to an extent, even cutting some users off. As a result, users are unable to download the full album.
Amazon offers an incredible deal today by pricing Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” download to just 99 cents. It also comes with an upgrade of 20 gigabytes of cloud music storage, if buyers are already subscribed to Amazon’s cloud music service. The Wall Street Journal states that the deal has slowed the downloads to an extent, even cutting some users off. As a result, most of the reviews are negative because of the inability to download the full album.Read the rest of the article »
Lady Gaga does it again on Saturday Night Live, where she ends us being pregnant as part of her 'Born This Way' album promotion.
Lady Gaga has been known to promote her albums in the most unconventional way. Watch her on the final season of Saturday Night Live this weekend where she promotes her new album, Born This Way.
In her Grammy Awards performance, she emerged from an egg with the help of her dancers, then she ends up with a baby bump through some wardrobe modification. Lady Gaga really never fails to awe viewers with her eccentric performances and gimmicks. No wonder she has 10 million Twitter followers.View Article Source »
Ten million monsters following her but she’s not bothered at all.
The avant-garde singer behind the hit Born This Way reached a Twitter milestone: she is the first celebrity to be followed by 10 million people around the world.
Lady Gaga celebrated the news with the tweet: “10MillionMonsters! I’m speechless, we did it! Its an illness how I love you. Leaving London smiling.”
Among the other titles Lady Gaga owns is the first person to gain 10 million fans in Facebook and 1 billion hits on Youtube.
Lady Gaga is definitely becoming a huge social media star; she recently collaborated with Zynga for a game called GagaVille.View Article Source »
Yes, you read that right. Lady Gaga is partnering with Zynga, letting Farmville players stream Gaga’s songs while enjoying the game.
The over 40 million Farmville players are welcoming their eccentric, but cool new neighbor: Lady Gaga. Just yesterday, popular social gaming company Zynga announced its partnership with the pop star, which will let Farmville users stream songs form “Born This Way,” Lady Gaga’s new album, as it prepares to launch on May 23.
Players will have to visit “Gagaville”, a neighboring farm where they must perform lightweight tasks to unlock tracks from Born This Way.
Zynga spokesperson Raquel di Sabatino says that the partnership is “a fantastic collaboration…a meeting of the minds.” Lady Gaga has already previously worked with Zynga in the wake of Japan tsunami disaster, donating $750,000 towards Zynga’s efforts with Save the Children. Gaga has also been at the forefront of utilizing social media to expand her brand, according to Entertainment Weekly.Read the rest of the article »
Apparently, Lady Gaga is as excited, as Gleeks and her fans are to see Glee’s take on her hit, ‘Born This Way.'
Lady Gaga uploaded a 50-second preview of the hit musical show’s upcoming episode on her Facebook wall on Friday, together with an audio version of the show’s cast performance of her single.
In the new Glee preview, Mr. Shuester (Matthew Morrison) gives the New Directions an assignment on self-acceptance. The project’s first part will see the students performing songs that highlight the best and worst of their character traits, while the second is a collective task.Read the rest of the article »
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