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Lady GaGa reaches 20 million Facebook fans

Lady GaGa has reached twenty million Facebook fans, and is weeks away from surpassing Michael Jackson as the most “liked” person on the social networking website! She currently places fourth in the “like” rankings, behind Jackson, Farmville and Texas Hold ‘Em Poker. She is also the most “liked” living person on the site. To become a fan of Lady GaGa on Facebook, visit her official Facebook page:



Lady GaGa and Giorgio Armani have formed a multimillion dollar partnership that will involve the legendary designer making the costumes for Gaga’s forthcoming tour in December.

“A huge company like Giorgio Armani has the duty to always be alert to trends and what appeals to young people,” says Roberta Armani, Mr Armani’s niece and head of VIP relations. “It helped to see how the world is through Lady Gaga, the way she uses Facebook and Twitter.”

Although there is still very little information on what the pair’s collaboration will involve, Gaga is the first star that Armani has designed a specific gown for. Celebrities to have previously worn his label have chosen from existing collections.

“It wouldn’t be possible to give Gaga a look from the collection because she wears pieces of art. It’s theatrical,” Roberta tells the Wall Street Journal.

Source: Vogue


iTunes Ping may well be one of the most important features implemented in Apple’s iTunes, more important than Genius and we’re reminded today why this is the case.

Apple used Lady Gaga’s profile to illustrate Ping’s artist profile section and what’s supremely impressive is the rate at which the number is growing; we’ve calculated that Lady Gaga’s number of followers is growing at the rate of 1000 every 12 minutes or roughly 120,000 in a day which is simply astounding.

Given that she has six million followers on Twitter and a following of nearly 17 million people on Facebook, this doesn’t really come as a surprise for a global superstar.

Interestingly, Gaga’s account was launched back on the 3rd of August, four weeks before the launch of Ping and what’s more, we’ve notice that some entries seems to have been published on Apple’s social network first and then on Twitter.

Source: Desire Athow, ITPro Portal

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