Apr 16th 2011 2:35PM Haters gonna hate. Gaga's always great.
Dec 16th 2010 11:42AM Fake tans and bronzers look awful on most people. The skin tone you're born with is the right one for you. I love being pale and encourage everyone to embrace who they ARE, not who ads tell them to be.
Oct 10th 2010 8:23PM He hasn't even begun to get all the sh*t he deserves for what he did to Rhianna. He and Kanye ought to do a tour together because who wants to be linked to either of them?
Sep 29th 2010 11:44AM Seriously, that model on the far right looks like a famine victim with all her bones poking out. When will the fashion industry LISTEN to the women who buy their products? We do not want you to promote starvation.
Sep 3rd 2010 4:00AM My new answer is no more takeout. If I'm expected to tip anyway, I might as well dine in or get delivery. All these restaurants have put in To Go parking spaces for nothing if this is the industry expectation.
Jul 19th 2010 8:05AM I'm puzzled why the artist depicted a little boy painting the message "I remember when all this was trees" on a building that has been there since 1903. Better to show an elderly person, like the famous "Crying Indian" ads of the 1970s.
Jul 9th 2010 6:11PM How lazy is it to pose questions in an article then provide links to nothing more than a search engine? Gaga rules, but AOL is ran by fools.
Jun 28th 2010 3:29AM If this were the only song Gaga had ever written, I might agree it's not all that original. But she has proven herself to be a talented and groundbreaking songwriter and performer many times over. Lest we forget, Madonna borrowed from those who went before her too. Was it an homage or rip-off to dress like Marilyn Monroe for the "Material Girl" video? Not only does "La Isla Bonita" sound like Blondie's "The Tide is High," neither Madonna nor Gaga might be blonde or show a punk edge if Deborah Harry hadn't paved the way for women in rock.
Jun 9th 2010 10:00PM At least Gaga's little sister has a family that will love her no matter what she wears. I doubt any of them thought Gaga was stealing thunder...more like continuing to clear the way so everyone can make their own noise. Gaga probably dressed the way would have for her own graduation if she hadn't been routinely ridiculed as a teenager for being different. I find Gaga's message of free expression very empowering--for youth and everyone else. The ALEJANDRO video is an homage to Gaga's gay male friends, and the imagery is provocative but hardly blasphemous. To me it's a commentary on religion and totalitarianism in relation to sensuality and homophobia. Gaga says she believes in God, and I saw nothing to contradict that.
Jun 8th 2010 8:12PM Even cheaper, use generic brands of the baking soda, bleach and vinegar.