The Oscars’ Most Social Moments Dominate an Average of 3.4 Minutes on Twitter February 25, 2015 The digital culmination of one of the industry’s most coveted awards was when movie icon Julie Andrews took the stage after Lady Gaga’s tribute, generating over 32K engagements.
There was plenty to dislike at the 87th annual Academy Awards. Neil Patrick Harris failed as host... Sean Penn made an ill-timed Green Card joke... and Joan Rivers was snubbed during the In Memoriam segment. But at least Lady Gaga's tribute to The Sound of Music was universally beloved by all who saw it. Show More Summary
He might've spent 50 years working as an optician, but Robert Roope got a new lease of life designing covetable eyewear.
The social media hills are alive with the sound of Julie Andrews praising Lady Gaga. It may seem like the most unlikely pairing since Lady Gaga teamed up with Tony Bennett, but Gaga dared to defy how others viewed her by singing Andrews’...Show More Summary
A morning news anchor in Cleveland used a racially offensive term during an Oscar discussion Monday while discussing Lady Gaga's performance. Kristi Capel of Fox 8 News In The Morning said, "It's hard to really hear her voice with all...Show More Summary
This past Sunday, the Twittersphere was buzzing with all things Oscar. According to data supplied by Twitter, here's how the evening played out. Most tweeted-about moments (measured in Tweets per minute): Lady Gaga performs and thenShow More Summary
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Lady Gaga shocked the world yet again at the Oscars with her stunning performance of ‘Sound of Music’. It was so beautiful that Julie Andrews herself came out to congratulate the classically trained singer and audiences around the world took to twitter to express their utter amazement. Show More Summary
The Oscars sure have a way of starting the most unlikely of friendships. Take Glenn Beck and Lady Gaga for example. Beck praised the singer on his radio show Monday morning for her "Sound of Music" tribute at the awards show the night...Show More Summary
According to Nielsen, over 13 million people saw tweets about Oscars over 800 million times. Some of the moments of high traffic, or tweets per minute, were Lady Gaga’s performance and Patricia Arquette’s acceptance speech. On Facebook,...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga’s tribute to The Sound of Music during the Oscars telecast didn’t come easily. The eccentric singer reportedly spent months training with a vocal coach to reach the impossible range required to sing the classic songs. Aside...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga’s Oscars performance left so many people speechless with her amazing rendition of songs from the iconic musical The Sound of Music. Gaga performed the medley to celebrate the film’s 50th anniversary and got rave reviews from everyone, except How To Get Away With Murder creator, Shonda Rhimes. Show More Summary
Here's a public positive interaction we thought we'd never see: Glenn Beck and Lady Gaga thanking each other.
Lady Gaga’s Oscars performance has been hailed by many as a return to form for the avant-garde pop icon. Her last album, Artpop, failed to achieve the worldwide success of its predecessor Born This Way, and although Lady Gaga has been...Show More Summary
Kristi Capel, a former beauty queen turned Cleveland-area Fox news anchor, uttered a racial slur on the air yesterday (Feb. 23) while describing Lady Gaga’s music. While attempting to praise the pop star’s stellar Sound Of Music tribute...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga and Julie Andrews are on the road to becoming BFFs. The "Sound of Music" star was floored by Gaga’s amazing 50th anniversary tribute to the movie during Sunday’s Oscars, and tells People, “I was deeply honored by the Academy’s lovely tribute to 'The Sound of Music,' and especially touched by Lady Gaga’s wonderful performance.”
The Oscar stage was alive with the sound of Lady Gaga on Sunday night. The singer paid tribute to the "Sound of Music" for the film's 50th anniversary by performing a medley of songs from the musical. Twitter was in agreement that Gaga...Show More Summary
The 2015 Academy Awards on Sunday was full of moments that got viewers chatting: Lady Gaga’s stunning “Sound of Music” tribute, John Travolta being creepy, an amazing Tegan and Sara performance of “Everything Is Awesome” from “The Lego Movie,” and Benedict Cumberbatch sneaking in a hip flask. Show More Summary
This article originally appeared on Noisey UK. It has happened. Lady Gaga has finally made the most shocking move of her entire career. The woman responsible for swaddling her feet in raw beef, showing up at the Grammys in a giant ego,...Show More Summary
Lady Gaga received a standing ovation at the Oscars for her rousing “Sound of Music” tribute. Even Julie Andrews approved. On the Internet, the praise was swift, effusive and tinged with the slight skepticism of a backhanded compliment: It was good, but unexpected. But here’s a question — why are we so surprised that Lady Gaga, professional singer, can […]