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Paws Down Lil' Monsters

The worst and the best of pop in one place.
Aug 31 '14




Allphones arena Sydney has been giving out hundreds of free Lady Gaga tickets to tonight’s show ALL DAY.

Ticket sales were SO LOW the venue was forced to hit the streets, offering people free tickets - if they can’t profit from ticket sales, they will profit from amenities such as food, drinks, parking, etc. Little Morons have been melting down on twitter about it, all night.

Let’s cut to the venue: this picture is as of RIGHT NOW (8:00 pm) and the venue is not even close to being full. You’ll also notice in this pic CURTAINS COVERING UNSOLD SEATS - THE ENTIRE TOP HALF OF THE VENUE.

THANG GOD FOR CURTAINS!" Lady Gaga is thinking.

Below, you see a picture of the Allphones Arena with THOUSANDS of unsold seats hiding behind curtains for Gaga’s tonight show, and a few other pictures showing what the Allphones arena looks like when the artist playing there sells out their tickets:





But wait! There’s more:






But I guess when you’re born to be a wannabe, you’ll always be a wannabe. 

You see, Gaga’s been around for six years and she can’t even sell out an arena in Sydney (her shows in Perth had two-for-one deals and she only managed to fill half of the venue there). That’s very different from a real queen. And speaking of her:

When Madonna went to Australia, she had already been around longer than Gaga (her career was turning 10 back then), and this is how her STADIUM concerts looked:


But considering how much Lady Gaga loves to LIE about her shows using the pictures of other people’s concerts, I wouldn’t be surprised if she tweeted something like:

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Aug 29 '14



We have said before how much we love the Australian media. 

Well, they’re at it again. Today, I came across this SCATHING review of ARTPOP by Australian magazine MX. Aussie Journo’s do us proud. We couldn’t agree more. 

We love the whole thing but some of our favourite quotes are:

"IF you see someone on a train wearing a Lady Gaga shirt you should probably give up your seat to them because they are clearly musically challenged

"In MANiCURE she demands "Put your hands all over my body parts, throw me on the bed. Squeeze, tease and please me” - a suggestion so repulsive that after listening to it I felt hallucinogenic levels of sickness”

"But hey, at least it’ll give her deluded and obsessive cult-like fans another 59 minutes of background music to listen to while they spend their days slapping themselves and crying like Annette Bening in American Beauty"

Read it yourselves here.

Make sure you also check the news about how Gaga could only fill 50% of the venue in Perth (Australia), despite having a two-for-one deal (read about it here).

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Aug 26 '14



Lady Gaga brings you a musical and visual engineering system that combines music, art, fashion, and technology with a new interactive worldwide community - “the auras”. Altering the human experience, we bring ARTculture into POP in a reverse Warholian expedition. Exploring Gaga’s existence as a cultural interface, the user will share in the “adrenaline of fame” as they build and share their own projects, chat with one another, and watch in real-time on a virtual globe as ARTPOP explodes onto the physical and virtual universe at once.

We know this paragraph is nonsense, and so does Gaga. The countdown for her “revolutionary” APP reached 0 today and what happened?


That’s right folks, the woman that made those INCREDIBLE promises in the paragraph above has no future plans to further her app. What’s worse about it is that Gaga actually allowed the countdown to continue and excite her easily manipulated fan base until today, when the app was cancelled.

And how did Gaga reply to fans being upset that her app countdown revealed a big fat NOTHING?

Typical Gaga style: she blamed her old manager Troy Carter.


She also got extremely defensive when a fan mentioned that she doesn’t have time to dedicate herself to so many different projects:


The funny thing is: this poor, delusional fan wasn’t even calling Gaga “lazy,” he was actually making up excuses for the popstar who never delivers what she promises her fans. This idiot was actually calling her detractors “lazy,” LOL! I know, right? “Monster logic.” Gaga is the one who doesn’t deliver what she promises, but other people are lazy, not her. Makes sense in the land of little morons.

Note to Gaga: Yes, if your pathetic fans don’t call you lazy, we do. You ARE lazy. You ARE a spoiled, talentless little cunt who wants everything handed to you. You never had to work hard for anything, no wonder you are now admitting that your failed APP had nothing to do with you but with your former management… So much for the lazy popstar who lies about being responsible for every single aspect of her career! 

You have got to laugh at how pathetic the brand “Lady Gaga” has become.

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Aug 22 '14




The Australian press has spoken - and they’re not covering up Lady Gaga’s failure down under.

Despite the TWO-FOR-ONE deal for her concerts there, Lady Gaga managed to fill only half of the capacity in Perth.

Take a look at what Yahoo News Australia had to say about her “half-baked” show:

Pop stars should know better than to try to flog a dead horse. But when you have experienced such meteoric fame as Lady Gaga, it might be hard to listen to common sense.

She can’t listen to common sense. The only thing she can hear is her own bowel movements (you know damn well where her head is)!

Gaga is on a world tour in support of her fourth album Artpop, which has experienced the worst sales of her career.

When the Australian leg of artRave - The Artpop Ball - kicked off in Perth this week, Gaga was quick to point out to the audience that if they weren’t there to enjoy hearing Artpop live, they should “f… off.”

"For those who didn’t come for Artpop or didn’t like the album, grab a drink or a glow stick or get the f… out," Gaga threatened the crowd five songs in, all from said album.

The New York native preached to the audience as if Artpop was some form of biblical revelation - the fusing of art and pop that brings together “the straights and the gays” and the disenfranchised.

But in reality, Artpop is a by-the-numbers pop album that suffers in concert from over- production and Gaga’s refusal to use back-up singers instead of a backing tape straight out of a Britney Spears concert.

An impassioned performance of Dope followed, with just Gaga on the piano in fine voice - yet it seemed so forced, with the singer telling the crowd the song was about everything from addiction to those living with AIDS, before pointing out the surviving members of Queen were in the audience ahead of their Perth Arena show tonight.

Isn’t it ironic? The woman whose fanbase is known for saying stuff like “I hope you get Aids” whenever someone says she sucks is now trying to do some damage control.

"I would like to point out that the rock’n’roll band Queen have come to my show," she said. "I can feel it, f…ing Freddie (Mercury) is here too."

The poor thing!

The review then continues:

The majority of the crowd seemingly didn’t know how to respond to the shambolic production that exploded onstage, except when they were given brief reprieves with the sprinkling of hits that actually made them listen to Gaga in the first place.

The 28-year-old told the audience, who appeared to fill half of the 15,000-capacity venue, that her promoters had asked her to bring a smaller-sized production Down Under because of flagging sales and interest but said: “I think my Australian fans deserve the whole show.”

But really, given the half-baked concert that was delivered on Wednesday night, she shouldn’t have bothered.

Australian journalists: you make me proud!

Make sure you click on their article here so they get more traffic / internet hits. The media needs to know that when they expose Gaga’s failures, we will visit their pages.


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Aug 18 '14



Imagine Gaga’s legacy, from the perspective of 10 years from now…

Some singers/artists who were misunderstood at the time that they released their work, got recognition years later, but only if their work was genuine and ahead of it’s time.

Can you guys imagine 10 years from now, when Rihanna, Katy, Miley and Gaga get replaced by younger girls, when Twitter stops being relevant and people move on to other social networks, when the names shouted in music award shows are completely different from what we hear now, or pop and hip hop get replaced with other genres at the top of the charts, because we understand that this is how the industry is.

Can you guys imagine Little Monsters, who will be in their early or late 20s, who will have jobs, bills to pay and problems of their own… can you imagine how they will look back at this time in their lives?

I believe regular folks will look back and think of Gaga as nothing more than what we think of her right now.

And I believe that little monsters will not remember this experience with any pleasure, because they weren’t enjoying anything. They spend 90% of their time defending the indefensible, lying and helping their idol cheat results, pretending her horrible performances are great, and spend 10% of their time on their own lives and enjoying some of her songs.

Gaga doesn’t understand this. She doesn’t understand the power of hard work, honesty and pleasure in a legacy. She is doomed to be forgotten.


Speaking of perspective (and relevance), 30 years later…

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Aug 16 '14




A new Madonna song leaked today, it’s a collaboration with rapper Eve:

The Beat Is So Crazy" came to fruition while Madonna and Pharrel Williams worked together on "Hard Candy." If you have heard the demo for Madonna’s "Beat Goes On,” you will see the similarities.

We are not sure which came first: Beat Goes On or The Beat Is So Crazy, but we do know that this was passed on to Eve, who re-worked it with Madonna and Pharrel. At that time, it was supposed to be released in Eve’s album, but it never made it.

Today, on Madonna’s birthday, seven years after being recorded, the song surfaced on the web. I love it.

And while we’re on the subject of birthdays, here are a few pictures of her birthday bash in the south of France today. This year, the theme of the party was the 1920s:


Madonna performing La Vie En Rose for her guests with her daughter Lourdes playing the ukulele.


Cutting the cake, surrounded by her happy friends. Note that the top of the cake is gone - did Lady Gaga attack it before Madonna?


Looking gorgeous.


She’s a happy girl!


Kate Moss and Madonna.

If you haven’t done that yet, go to Twitter or Instagram and wish this woman a #HappyBirthday! 

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Aug 16 '14



One would think Lady Gaga would have learnt her lesson by now, but boy, she’s dumber than we thought. Lady Gaga has just been caught lying about her “sold out” shows again.

Remember when she lied about her “sold out” show in Quebec? A month ago, the singer claimed 90,000 people showed up for her #artraveQuebec, when, in fact, it was a music festival with dozens of other artists playing on that very same day (on the stage Gaga performed, for instance, there were other three headlining acts besides herself!). 

To make things worse, Gaga followed that statement with a picture of a massive crowd, claiming to be of her show. It turns out, the picture she said it was of her concert was taken during a Metallica show from three years before (click here to read our post about it).

Oh, well, she did it again! And she was caught again!

Gaga just lied about her “sold out” Tokyo show. And just like before, she used a picture of someone else’s show saying it was hers! Here’s what she posted on her official Facebook page:


Note the date: August 15, 2014. The caption says "artRAVE: The ARTPOP Ball - Tokyo."

Funny, because that very same picture has been around since 2013, under a different artist, a band named BUMP OF CHICKEN.

I captured the image from a website that uploaded that very same picture in 08/10/2013,  August 10, 2013 - a little more than a year BEFORE Gaga’s Tokyo show. Here’s the pic:


You can click on the picture, it will take you to the website I got it from. You can check it on your own.

And before her delusional, pathetic, moronic fans say these pictures are different (they dared to say it when she used the Metallica image), here’s a comparison of both images:


Any doubts? Didn’t think so.

So, yes, once again, LADY GAGA LIES about her shows. She is a fraud. A pathological liar. Add stupid to the list of adjectives we can use to describe her.

But we understand, she’s blinded by desperation. She’s officially selling TWO TICKETS FOR ONE  in Australia (click here), so she’s doing anything she can to forge an artificial sense of superstardom that has long gone. Her relevance has been packed and she’s desperately running after it.



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Aug 16 '14




ONTD" reported that some Japanese people felt offended by Lady Gaga’s racially insensitive couture. Here’s what they said:

Lady Gaga is in Tokyo. According to her, it’s her “favorite place.” Too bad she’s just pissed off some folks online in Japan.

On her Instagram account, Lady Gaga uploaded two photos of herself wearing a colorful outfit with Korean characters written on it. The Korean characters 컬러 appear mean just that: color. Innocuous stuff, right? Well…

There’s already a thread on 2ch, Japan’s largest online forum, titled “Lady Gaga, Who’s Visiting Japan, Is Wandering Around Roppongi in Clothes with Korean Characters. This Proves That From the White Person’s Point of View, Japan and Korea are the Same.” Yikes!


The singer, who’s always googling her own name to see what people are talking about her, reacted with a pathetic response:

She said the designer sent the outfit to her—— and w
hat does that even mean? Did she only have ONE outfit to wear in Japan? Or did she forget to tell us that “the designer” had put a gun on her head and forced her to wear this outfit? 

This girl just doesn’t get it. Yes, Gaga, we are all aware that you don’t make your own clothes (despite your claims of being super creative). But that doesn’t change the fact that what you wore was culturally insensitive and ignorant. Own up to it. Stop blaming the designer. You were not forced to wear it, and you had plenty of other options.

But I guess we will never see Gaga owning up to her mistakes, her stupidity, her lack of originality, her insensitivity. It’s always someone else’s fault!

If that’s not bad enough, remember when Lady Gaga wore Galliano in Berlin? The same John Galliano that was fired from Dior after declaring his love for Hitler? We do. There, she also wore a mustache. 

Yes, Gaga wore a crazed Nazi-lover’s dress in Germany and said she felt “blessed.” Clearly, you can’t get anymore culturally ignorant and offensive than Lady Gaga.

Never forget: this is the woman who dressed up as a slave owner while her white friends wore blackface and were chained to her in 2009. Also, in Germany:

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Aug 15 '14
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Well, to be precise, buy ONE ticket, get TWO people in. “Same difference,” as they say.
Lady Gaga’s concerts in Australia have now, officially, become a TWO FOR ONE deal on Ticketek - Australia’s OFFICIAL, PRIMARY TICKET SELLER for her concerts down under.
You can check their own website and see it for yourselves. Click on the link, select “best available,” then click on QANTAS and voila, Gaga’s TWO FOR ONE VALUE ticket pops up.

FYI: Madonna NEVER needed to give out free tickets or free admissions to fill an arena/stadium.
As for Lady Gaga, this isn’t the first time she does it. The last time she was in Brazil (with her previous tour), she needed to sell tickets on a “buy one, get two" basis. despite those efforts, her attendance was almost half the attendance Madonna had there.
At that time (2011), Gaga’s shows were successful in Australia. But not this time! Now, Gaga needs to use of the same desperate tricks to avoid playing to embarrassing empty venues in Australia.Meanwhile, Katy Perry (the one that has more than twice the number of hits Gaga has) had to keep adding dates to her Australian tour because they were selling out during pre-order.Gaga, definitely, is the Queen of Flop.Can’t wait for her show in France and other places in Europe, where she downgraded concerts in stadiums (in 2011) to 3,000-seat theaters.

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Well, to be precise, buy ONE ticket, get TWO people in. “Same difference,” as they say.

Lady Gaga’s concerts in Australia have now, officially, become a TWO FOR ONE deal on Ticketek - Australia’s OFFICIAL, PRIMARY TICKET SELLER for her concerts down under.

You can check their own website and see it for yourselves. Click on the link, select “best available,” then click on QANTAS and voila, Gaga’s TWO FOR ONE VALUE ticket pops up.



FYI: Madonna NEVER needed to give out free tickets or free admissions to fill an arena/stadium.

As for Lady Gaga, this isn’t the first time she does it. The last time she was in Brazil (with her previous tour), she needed to sell tickets on a “buy one, get two" basis. despite those efforts, her attendance was almost half the attendance Madonna had there.

At that time (2011), Gaga’s shows were successful in Australia. But not this time! Now, Gaga needs to use of the same desperate tricks to avoid playing to embarrassing empty venues in Australia.

Meanwhile, Katy Perry (the one that has more than twice the number of hits Gaga has) had to keep adding dates to her Australian tour because they were selling out during pre-order.

Gaga, definitely, is the Queen of Flop.

Can’t wait for her show in France and other places in Europe, where she downgraded concerts in stadiums (in 2011) to 3,000-seat theaters.

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Aug 7 '14



It must suck to be Lady Gaga. The woman who will always be remembered as a Madonna-wannabe keeps digging herself a deeper and deeper hole.

This week, Gaga proved, once again, that she can’t get her head out of her ass, not even when wishing the late Andy Warhol a “happy birthday.”


"Happy birthday Andy Warhol. Pop culture was in Art, now ART’s in POP Culture in Me!" said the imbecile singer. It must hurt her the fact that Madonna was friends with Warhol, one of the leading figures in the visual art movement named Pop Art.

Madonna, before fame, before money, before hitting the big time, was already part of the art scene in NYC in which Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean Michel Basquiat were involved. Madonna’s relationship with these figures was personalorganic and mutual. Very different from her wannabe, Lady Gaga.

Gaga was never part of any art scene anywhere in the world. She is just a rich spoiled little bitch who pays for marketing.

You see, you can’t find any “big time” contemporary artist associated with Gaga before she was famous. It took her fame and money to be able to lure contemporary artists into entering her game - professionally

For instance, Gaga paid Abramovic and Koons to have their names associated with hers. Their relationship is artificial. It’s the result of a business transaction. She isn’t admired by the art scene. 

That is the complete opposite of Madonna - who had already been friends with Warhol, Haring, Basquiat, and so many other artists before she became the “Madonna” we know.

Warhol would laugh at Lady Gaga’s expense. He would have never befriended Stefani Germanotta if he was alive. No other famous contemporary artist befriended Gaga before she was famous. The Madonna-wannabe will never be Madonna, and she will never be treated like the real deal.


Not only was Madonna good friends with Warhol himself, but she was his muse. And this must kill Lady Gaga, the self-proclaimed "biggest pop artist since Andy Warhol.” 

Below, you can see a few of the works created by Andy Warhol in collaboration with Keith Haring inspired by and dedicated to Madonna





This series of paintings were given to Madonna as a present by the artists themselves:


Madonna was also Andy Warhol’s muse for several photographs. Including the one titled “Madonna Incognito,” published on his book “America.”


ANDY WARHOL - America - New York, Harper & Row, 1985
Black and white photographs by Andy Warhol with extensive texts by the artist. 

Thanks Pud Whacker for such a vast collection of images.

And if you want to piss some Lady Gaga fans off, make sure you Tweet @ladygaga the following Madonna/ Andy Warhol / Keith Haring gif:


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Aug 2 '14



This is the cover of Roxette’s second studio album, “Look Sharp!” As you can see, Lady Gaga and the Sinatra-wannabe, Tony Bennett, COPIED it for the cover of their new single (the one that isn’t gonna make it to the charts).

Roxette’s “Look Sharp!” spun four top 20 hits:

"The Look” (US no. 1), “Listen to your Heart” (US no. 1), “Dangerous” (US no. 2), and “Dressed For Success” (no. 14).

Meanwhile, Lady Gaga’s new single with Tony Bennett (the first off of their new album) couldn’t even surpass the Top 70 on iTunes. It will most likely debut out of the Hot 100 on Billboard (or take a very low position).

The curious thing, is that Madonna had released an album with jazz songs when she was at the same stage Gaga is now. The difference?

Songs like HANKY PANKY became top 10 hit in the US (and around the world). Gaga’s jazz songs always flop. That is a direct reflection of Gaga’s much less sophisticated and educated fanbase.

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Jul 31 '14



The California Girl is on a roll and no one can stop her

People wrote her off and said she wouldn’t have a hit song after “Teenage Dream.” But the “California Gurls” singer knows damn well what she’s doing. She came back ROARing, riding her DARK HORSE straight to the top of the charts. And now, I wouldn’t be surprised if she reaches it again.

Katy Perry’s video for THIS IS HOW WE DO has everything you expect from a popstar: it’s colorful, it’s fun, it’s sexy, and it’s cool. And the song itself is the perfect tune for a pool party in this hot summer! Check it out:

I personally like this video better than “Dark Horse” which, by the way, is the most watched video of the year so far (and poor Lady Gaga is nowhere to be seen):


Lady Gaga can scream as loud as she wants that she’s the biggest popstar in the world, her moronic, retarded fans can say she’s the queen as much as they want, but the bottom-line is: Katy Perry is slaying Lady Gaga in every possible way (and she doesn’t even need to beg her fans to buy her music or watch her videos on VEVO).

Speaking of Gaga, her ears must be burning. Katy Perry is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, and she had something very interesting to say about Lady Gaga and her desperate ways to bond with her fans:

I’m not, like, a crazy ‘I’m gonna die for my fans’ type. Some people are so dramatic about it, and you’re like, ‘Honestly, you’re not the Second Coming. You’re just an entertainer!’… I’m very grateful for fans’ support, but I’m not thirsty or desperate. 

And she’s right. Miss Perry is definitely NOT desperate. She doesn’t create drama with her fans, she doesn’t incite her fans into bullying other singers or their fan bases. She doesn’t pretend to love them more than her own life. Yet, as Rolling Stone magazine put it: "She is the most consistent hitmaker of the last half-decade or so.” So she’s doing it right! Her relationship with her fans is natural and genuine, and her success is a reflection of that.

Very different from Lady Gaga, the one who acts like she’s a goddess to her fans. The one who pretends to be their messiah, and their martyr. And that’s the irony of it all, the one who has artificially forged and over-the-top relationship with her fans is the one who’s spent half of her career away from the no. 1 position (Gaga’s been around for six years, but her last no. 1 hit was three years ago).  


Not surprisingly, the gorgeous Katy Perry talks about the Queen of Pop

You have to really prove that you’re an authentic person, and you can be trusted, to be in a circle of friends with her [Madonna]. Which I totally understand. You have to really guard your heart when you’re on this kind of level. You can’t just have weirdos around you, strange people that want to suck your blood. Because everybody wants to be on your d*ck, you know? So you have to be very very ‘What are your motives? Why are you here? What do you want from me?’

She totally nailed it. And that could be the explanation as to why Madonna and Gaga aren’t close. Madonna helped promote Gaga in the beginning of her career, she went to her show and made an appearance with her on SNL. But something went sour between them. And who’s the drama queen that, to this day, keeps talking about Madonna (and her fans) on Twitter every time something goes wrong? Miss Stefani Germanotta, of course!

Watch Katy Perry’s new video and let me know what you think of it!


Lady Gaga fans are REALLY PRESSED by Katy Perry’s success.

The THIS IS HOW WE DO video hasn’t been out not even 24 hours, and Gaga fans are already accusing Perry (ignorantly) of copying Lady Gaga (and Beyonce, and other people).

Let’s take a look at their nonsense and make the necessary corrections (you know how we love to educate these little morons):


Little monsters are saying Katy Perry copied Gaga’s hair. Every time I see this, I hear a voice saying “Hello, basic bitches!" in the background. When I look back, it’s Madonna, coming straight from the mid-90s with a similar hairdo. Similar (not the same), since Katy Perry’s hairdo was inspired by the 60s.


I don’t even mean it as a diss on Beyonce. But it’s a fact, her COUNTDOWN video was entirely inspired by other people’s works - mainly Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and the 60s. We have no problem with that.

Katy Perry, however, wasn’t copying Beyonce, she did a colorful video that, in part, was inspired by the 60s. Perry’s haircut isn’t even close to Beyonce’s in that video: Katy’s hair is asymmetrical. Beyonce’s not. There’s no comparison here.


Need we say anything about this? Little monsters accusing Katy Perry of copying Gaga for sitting on a chair shaped like a hand? Seriously? 

Ha! Little monsters are getting so desperate with Lady Gaga’s demise in comparison with other people’s success, it’s become funny to watch them squeal.

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Jul 28 '14



Madonna and Divine performing at The Copa on the same Memorial Day Weekend in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on May 28th and 29th, 1984.

It’s gay heaven. A piece of queer history captured!

This is EPIC‬, folks. EPIC!



New Madonna tracks hit the web this week, but calm down, they are not songs Madonna is currently working in the studio for her anticipated new album.

These tracks were written and recorded for her iconic EROTICA album, released in 1992. Demos and unreleased tracks from the “Erotica” recording sessions are known as THE RAIN TAPES.

Over the last 22 years, these tracks have been slowly leaking. This week, two songs hit the web: SHAME (which most people believed never existed) and YOU ARE THE ONE.

"Shame" was written by Madonna and Shep Pettibone, while "You Are the One" was written by Madonna, Shep Pettibone and Tony Shimkin.


I loved both of these tracks, but “Shame” is freaking awesome. It truly shows how Madonna was ahead of her time (dance music from the mid-90s totally followed the sound she was making in 1991/1992).

As Shep Pettibone said on his Facebook page when he heard about the leak: "What a shame "Shame" wasn’t released!"

Listen to these two tracks below:

And speaking of new Madonna music…


Abel Korzeniowski, the genius composer behind the flawless soundtracks of A SINGLE MAN and Madonna’s very own W.E. revealed this week that he collaborated with Madonna for her new album too.

During a Q&A at the Cordoba International Film Music Festival, Korzeniowski revealed the news:

She came to my house again and we worked together. She’s extremely demanding and she knows what she wants, but at the same time she’s a sweet person to work with. I remember working on W.E., it was my biggest adventure.

Hopefully, their collaboration makes it to the album. I love Korzeniowski’s work.



Earlier today, Madonna revealed parts of the lyrics of REBEL HEART on her Instagram. The curious thing, is that the Queen of Pop tagged Miley Cyrus and MoZella on her post.


Following Madonna’s post, Miley Cyrus responded with a picture in which she wears a Madonna tee. Naked.


MoZella co-wrote Miley Cyrus’s hit WRECKING BALL and has been confirmed (officially) as a collaborator on Madonna’s new album. 

Could these three talented women be collaborating on the song REBEL HEART? I wouldn’t be surprised.

All I know is that I’ll be like…


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Jul 23 '14





It seems Lady Gaga can only impress small-towners with her boring show (Hello there! Suburban soccer moms!). But every time she performs in a big city (such as NY and Chicago), the reviews she gets are far from great - and it wasn’t different in Los Angeles.

Check out some of the one-liners the L.A. Times had to say about Gaga’s show:

"Gaga has decided that the future of music is a cheaper version of Electric Daisy Carnival."

"Lady Gaga brought the confetti blasts but not the excitement Monday at Staples."
"After Lady Gaga’s Monday night concert, perhaps it’s time the artist rethink her approach."
If you’ve followed this blog for a while, you know we have been saying these same things about Lady Gaga for quite some time now:
Yes, her music has always been a generic remake of contemporary pop and dance music. Yes, Lady Gaga’s act is boring. Yes, she’s a failure as a popstar. She needs to change her act and do something else.

And just like we have been pointing out, the LA Times also thinks Lady Gaga has lost it since the fateful “Born This Way:”
As early as 2011, there was a sense that Gaga was losing control of her narrative, and sadly this tour seems to have cemented it. Even if you could forgive the staging, very average tracks like “Venus” and “G.U.Y.” didn’t lift off despite endless, joyless confetti blasts.
But we must confess, we are not as optimistic about her future as they are:

Maybe a reset is in order. Imagine three nights at Disney Hall, with just Gaga, a black dress and a baby grand. That would be better art, and such a better night out, than whatever that mess of a rave was on Monday.

Disney Hall? No way! Gaga will be playing Vegas Reno very soon. You see, even her own fans are getting upset by her desperate antics:






The LA Times also mentioned Madonna, saying that "at least Madge had reasons to grasp for relevance in dance music subcultures" - a reference to MDNA (the album). Maybe the "reason" the author talks about is the fact that Madonna did come from the underground dance scene in NYC, who knows?

However, the most revealing aspect of it all is that Lady Gaga will always live in Madonna’s shadow - even in one of the most maligned moments of her career (the underrated MDNA album).

Speaking of Madonna and MDNA, just for kicks, here is the great review the same LA Times gave to the MDNA Tour. Read and rejoice here


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Jul 22 '14



A former member of the Haus of Gaga is opening up about Lady Gaga’s obsessive and maniac behavior behind the public eye, and this time, the juicy story does not come from Jennifer O’Neill. 

We received a very interesting e-mail. Whether it is legitimate or not, we cannot say. It is a good read anyways. We won’t reveal all its content (as requested by the sender), but here’s part of it. We decided to add comments to sections that we found necessary.

The new informant has recently left Gaga’s current tour and said that he was "forced out" of the tour because it’s being "downsized for the European leg." He said:

When you go on tour with a big star like Gaga, your contract is very specific, it includes everything: from the kind of catering the crew will need (some of us are vegetarian, some of us are vegan, some of us are allergic to certain foods),  to the kind of accommodations we will get on the road. 

A couple of weeks ago, some of us were given a new directive with the option: accept the new terms they were proposing for the remaining of the tour or the freedom to leave it without “breaking the contract.” They basically forced us out. 

So far, we are not surprised by this revelation. You don’t need to be an expert to figure out that Gaga’s tour is going to be downsized in Europe. I mean, for someone who went from playing at the Stade de France three years ago to playing at a small theater with a 6,000 people capacity, the signs of her decadence were clear since the day the ARTrave tour was announced.

Granted, her tickets for the Stade de France concert were put on Groupon with a 70% discount back in 2011, but the downsizing is evident when they don’t even try booking you at an average venue. This year, Gaga’s tour in France will be two shows at the Zenith de Paris. The Zenith is a theater with a 6,293 people capacity. 

Besides the obvious tour downsizing, there are some juicy details regarding Lady Gaga’s behavior, one of them being her obsession with Madonna:

Gaga’s obsession with Madonna is another thing that is very clear to everyone. It seems her obsession has only grown since the ARTPOP fiasco. She spends hours in her computer visiting Madonna-related pages. She thinks Madonna fans are always talking about her, but that’s just a projection. Gaga has an unofficial Instagram account that she uses to make comments on Madonna’s Instagram posts. She thinks the bitchy comments she leaves on Madonna’s Instagram are funny. She laughs for minutes at them. How do I know that? Gaga doesn’t even hide it. She shows people the things she writes thinking they are hilarious. 

If you think Lady Gaga’s obsessive behavior stops at using an unofficial Instagram account to stalk Madonna’s, you’re wrong:

Gaga is actually very active online. She reads blogs, she searches for her name on Google, twitter, everywhere. Not a lot of people knows this, but Gaga is behind one of her own biggest fan sites on the web. 

One of the biggest Gaga-fansites on the web is actually a creation of the haus of Gaga. They pretend it’s a fan site, they publish its content as if it were from a group of fans, but it’s actually a site controlled by her, where she can diss other people and pretend it’s her fans. 

She is very manipulative, not in a smart way, but in a passive-aggressive way. She keeps this fansite in order to incite her own fans into badmouthing other singers. It’s the snowball effect:

Gaga uses an alias (pretending to be a devoted fan) to diss other musicians. Then she acknowledges that fan site, or gives a shoutout to her alias on twitter. Every time she acknowledges the website or a “fan”, other fans check it out. They see how she becomes “friends” with the people from that fan site, so they start acting the same way trying to get her attention. It’s areal snowball of hate and cattiness. Gaga is responsible for this fan war between her and other celebrities more than anybody else. She does it herself!

I’m inclined to believe this is true based on Lady Gaga’s online behavior. We all have witnessed Lady Gaga’s self-obsession. She has been caught replying to tweets about her when she wasn’t even tagged! She did it the other day again:

Twitter user @MadonnaRebel mentioned Gaga’s name (but didn’t tag her on it) and the ARTFLOP singer directly replied to it, proving that she searches for her own name on the social network:


And do we need to remind you that when Lady Gaga was caught lying about her “sold out” show using a picture of a Metallica concert she turned her anger to Madonna fans?


Yes, as far as Gaga’s self-obsession and Madonna-obsession go, this e-mail seems legit. Her public behavior is the very evidence of its veracity.

Lady Gaga is described as a poisonous person. According to this e-mail, she infects everyone around her with her negativity: 

I’ve worked with other famous musicians. That’s what I do for a living. I’ve been working as an assistant and artistic creator for almost a decade now. I’ve never seen anything like this. On this tour, the air backstage is very heavy. There is a very negative vibe there. You can feel it in the air. 

At another moment, the entire team is described as the “Mean Girls:”

They’re all fake there at the “haus.” Being around Gaga is not healthy. Her team is vicious and they are always backstabbing each other. It’s like the movie Mean Girls, except that they are all around 30. 

And if you dream of working for Lady Gaga (this goes for the little monsters who read my blog). Think again:

You can never be truly creative, and most importantly, you will never be given credit for your work. If you share a good idea with Gaga, you will see her going around saying she created this or that. She never acknowledges that the people around her are the force behind her act. Except when something goes wrong. When something does go as planned, or the critics don’t like it, she will be the first to come to you and blame you for the failure. 

I’ve seen her yelling at other people stuff like “I don’t pay you to make me look bad,” “your ideas suck,” or even threaten them with “you will never work in the entertainment business again.” She likes to humiliate people and fire them in front of others. She needs to show she’s the boss all the time. It’s a very stressful environment to work in even for people like me. I’m used to celebrities and their crazy behavior, but I feel really bad for the young people starting their careers as Pas with Gaga. She makes people cry on a regular basis. She is hardly ever happy with herself and she ensures that everyone around her is just as miserable. 

And if you think Gaga’s vicious behavior stops with the less known people in her team, you’re wrong again. She allegedly mistreats everyone around her:

If you paid attention, you might have noticed that some of the people that used to go around getting involved in Twitter wars defending Gaga’s honor are not doing it anymore. Tara Savelo, DJ White Shadow, Lady Starlight, they all have gone online to defend Gaga in the past. They don’t do that anymore. 

I have personally witnessed Lady Gaga being extremely rude to Savelo and Starlight in different occasions. She once told Starlight in front of everyone that her opening act was getting too much attention, that she needed to “tone it down" or she would be out of the tour. Next thing you know, Starlight was just DJing and not trying one of her “performance art” acts.

Well, one thing we can’t deny: Tara Savelo, Lady Starlight, and my best friend DJ White Shadow (he forgot to add Perry Meek and Terry Richardson) have definitely been quiet lately. 

I don’t recall seeing them dissing anybody else (especially Madonna) on Gaga’s behalf in a long time - and they all have, indeed, done it:





In my opinion, this e-mail points out things that are easily verifiable. I’m inclined to believe all this is true. What about you? Do you think Gaga is a nice person? Do you think this e-mail is legit? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think.

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