We’ve officially gone forty years without a new version of A Star is Born, but it’s not like everyone hasn’t been trying. After all, every generation is apparently supposed to get their own version of this familiar tale. It’s an actual...Show More Summary
It’s been two months since Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper took a motorcycle ride to have a meeting about possibly starring in the remake of A Star Is Born. While word has been quiet about the project, we’re now hearing that Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s project might be happening. Show More Summary
For years, Clint Eastwood tried to get a remake of A Star Is Born going with Beyoncé as the lead. He eventually handed the project off to Bradley Cooper, who also wanted Beyoncé as the lead, but—last we heard—nobody had actually offered her the part. Show More Summary
There’s something you might not know about Bradley Cooper. OK, there are probably several things you might not know about Bradley Cooper, but let’s focus on this one for now. You see, Braddy Boy really wants to make a remake of the remake of the remake of A Star Is Born. Show More Summary
Gaga in talks to take the place of Beyoncé, who bowed out due to touring conflicts.
Lady Gaga is in talks to join Bradley Cooper in the upcoming remake of the classic movie musical A Star is Born. The 41-year-old actor is also set to direct the movie, which was originally set to star Beyonce in the lead female role. A Star is Born was originally a movie in 1937 about [...]
EXCLUSIVE: Things are progressing toward Lady Gaga teaming with Bradley Cooper in the Warner Bros remake of A Star Is Born. Deadline revealed this pairing back on May 2, that this was the reason why paparazzi got pics of Cooper, taking...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga is poised to make a major leap onto the big screen: The singer-actress is reportedly in talks to headline a remake of Hollywood classic "A Star Is Born." Both Deadline and The Hollywood Reporter confirm that Gaga is circling...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga, fan of fame and also being birthed from various objects, is in talks to star in Bradley Cooper's remake of A Star Is Born. Gaga replaces Beyoncé, who left the film last fall due to scheduling conflicts with her tour, according to Variety. Gaga was "high on the list ... More »
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Lady Gaga may be the most outspoken advocate for LGBT equality that pop music has ever seen. She has marched in pride parades, appeared on the cover of Out magazine, advocated for marriage equality, started an organization devoted to ending bullying, and professed her desire to use her music as a conduit between gay culture and the […]
The "Born This Way" singer delivered a powerful speech at a Los Angeles rally for the victims of the Orlando shooting.
"This is an attack on humanity itself."
Following Sunday's shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 49 victims dead and dozens in critical condition, many performers and musicians have spoken out in support of the LGBT community, including a tribute by Lady Gaga at a Los Angeles vigil. Transgender rocker Laura Jane Grace told Rolling Stone: "You'd ideally want to...
Lady Gaga gave a powerful speech during a Los Angeles vigil for the victims of the shooting in Orlando Sunday morning. The singer broke down and tears while speaking in front of City Hall. "We mourn the tragic loss of the innocent, beautiful people," she said in front of the large crowd lighting...
"They are sons and daughters. They were fathers and mothers. They are all our brothers and our sisters."
On Monday, thousands of people joined Lady Gaga outside Los Angeles’ City Hall to pay their respects to the victims of the horrific Orlando shooting this weekend. Gaga, who is a long time supporter of the LGBTQ+ community, struggled to hold back tears as she delivered an emotional speech honoring the lives of those who were killed. Show More Summary
On Monday night, Lady Gaga joined mourners nationwide as she led a Los Angeles vigil for the victims of the Orlando shooting.
Lady Gaga fought back tears on Monday at a vigil for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando. The event, held in Los Angeles, was attended by thousands.
Lady Gaga told the crowd gathered, "I can't help but feel that this level of hatred, like all prejudicial crimes, this is an attack on humanity itself. This is an attack on everyone." [ more › ]