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Lady Gaga To Marry Boyfriend In December

Lady GaGa wants to marry boyfriend Luc Carl in a British castle, according to reports.

The Bad Romance star is apparently planning a showbiz wedding of epic proportions to take place when her world tour returns to Blighty in December.

The Monster Ball Tour hits London’s O2 Arena on December 16 and 17. GaGa then has two months off before she goes back on the road in the States – the perfect time for a romantic winter wedding and honeymoon.

A member of her touring crew told The Sun: “Lady GaGa has told everyone she plans to get married. She has said she wants a fairytale wedding in a castle. We finish the European leg in London just before Christmas and the timing is perfect for the wedding.”

Speculation is already growing as to the scale of the nuptials – reports suggest she’s keen to marry in a castle in the north of England or Scotland, with Dita Von Teese jumping out of an enormous wedding cake.

GaGa and Luc, a heavy metal drummer, dated in 2005 but broke up when the star hit the big time. They recently reunited after she told anyone who’d listen that she still loved him. “I’ve never really loved anyone like I loved him,” the singer admitted earlier this year. “Or like I love him. That relationship really shaped me.”

The flamboyant star has long been a fan of the British way of life – she’s a big tea drinker and loves our traditional pubs, and earlier this week it was reported GaGa is considering buying a home in the UK.

Source: MTV


Lady Gaga Breaks Up a Fight at ‘Monster Ball’

Lady Gaga stopped her performance short at her ‘Monster Ball’ in Washington, D.C. last night, after a fight broke out in the crowd. “Stop the music! Stop fighting! Do not fight at this show,” Gaga exclaimed to the unseen offenders, leading the rest of her audience of rapt “little monsters” to break out in excitement. “This is all about love and unity and happiness — no fighting.”

The pop star wasted no time finding her place after the incident, however, promptly asking the crowd, “Do you think I’m sexy? I think you’re sexy.”


According to, starting 19th February 2011 in Atlantic City, the Scissor Sisters will be an opening act on the Monster Ball! GaGa has said in the past how much of a fan she is of the group, who are highly successful in Europe and the UK. We think they will definitely tie in with the mega event that is The Monster Ball. What do you monsters think?


Check out this video of Lady GaGa performing a new song “Living on the Radio” tonight at The Monster Ball in St. Paul. It’s a piano ballad with a slower tempo than “You And I”, however GaGa did say that it is just something she is toying with and is unfinished, so there is a chance it won’t make it onto her next album. Anyway, what do you monsters think?



EDMONTON — Lady Gaga, the current monster pop star, let the crowd in on her real purpose shortly after her performance began at Rexall Place Thursday night.

“Tell me what the Monster Ball is really all about,” asked one of her dancers, a six-foot-tall man in a skimpy body suit and thigh high black leather boots. “Well,” said Gaga from beneath a mountain of blond hair, then screamed “the Monster Ball will set you free! In Canada we are going to be super free little monsters! Tonight you can be whoever you want to be little monsters.”

Lady Gaga’s fan base, her little monsters, has been described by the L.A. Times as being made up of “gay men, bohemian kids and young women attracted by Gaga’s style and singable melodies.

On Thursday, the packed house looked to be somewhat short on gay men and bereft of bohemian kids but definitely heavy on the young women, many of them in skin tight dresses and with Ace Frehley-like lightning bolts on their faces.

The show was opened up by a cheeky, foul-mouthed, glam-punk act, Semi Precious Weapons.

Lead singer Justin Tranter, who swears like he’s a South Park character and looks onstage like a tall, slender blond woman, announced to the crowd his band has been opening up for Gaga since 2006, when they played for 12 people in a bar in New York.

The Semi Precious Weapons played a rousing set of decent punk songs, but Tranter got his biggest cheer each time he intoned the name of Lady Gaga, which he did between almost every song.

The high point came when he led the crowd in the chant where he yelled Lady and the crowd yelled back Gaga.

The crowd was greeted with a massive white sheet half as big as a hockey rink draped across the stage of Rexall Place to start the Gaga show. Images of Gaga dancing and mugging for the camera were projected onto the sheet as Gaga crooned “I’m free! I’m free! I’m free!”

The set looked like it was prepared for a stage play, the story set in a grimy city neighbourhood, with a broken down wreck of a car, rundown apartments and storefronts covered in neon signs that said things like “drugs,” “good food” and “implants, sedation and dentistry.”

Gaga came out in studded black boots, a revealing body suit and a jacket with shoulder pads so big they would drawf a middle linebacker.

Gaga’s Monster Ball has the look and feel of a Broadway spectacular gone raunchy, with dialogue between the songs and a large troupe of dancers.

The show heated up three songs in when Gaga sang her first big hit of the night, Just Dance. She and her dancers skipped around the stage and out onto a catwalk, thrilling the crowd with her inventive moves and costumes.

Gaga is a master of the music video where her choreography and creativity are unmatched right now. Her challenge is to translate that to the stage. She certainly came close Thursday night.

In the second segment of the show, she appeared in a tutu and a white nun’s habit, writhing around with her male dancers in a street car.

She launched into another hit, LoveGame, and the Gaga gang danced up a storm. But the real value added from Gaga live, however, would have to be her empowerment speeches, which peppered the show.

Before the song, Boys, Boys, Boys, which featured athletic male dancers prancing about in nothing but tight, white underwear, Gaga shouted a gay pride message.

She also had constant messages for all the girls in their tight dresses, the main part of her audience, that they should free themselves of anything and anyone who makes them feel insecure.

“Tonight,” she said, “I don’t want you to leave loving me more. I want you to leave loving you more.”

Source: Edmonton Journal

The Monster Ball in Vancouver, Canada

Lady Gaga took the stage for a phenomenal “Monster Ball” show at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, Canada on Monday night. Photos after the jump!

After the concert, she tweeted: “I see Love in Black and White. Passion in shades of ‘Gris’. But when it comes to You and I, Color is all I see.”

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