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U can say what ever the fuck u want about Lady GaGa you despicable dyke. U can accuse her of copying Madonna’s hair, you can accuse her of copying Madonna with the same producers, you can call her a copycat, you can say she can’t dance, but one thing you can’t deny Lady GaGa can sing live, her shows are live and Madonna can’t sing for her dear life! Bwahahaha! Deal with it paws dyke! And don’t even bother answering this ugly lesbo. Your a disgrace to tumblr and your blog should be terminated.
But of course I am going to answer you, Luigi, you’re my #1 visitor! Your message is so precious, how could I ever ignore it?
You are the living proof that Lady Gaga is a big failure! You always make sure we understand how Lady Gaga’s message has never reached her fans, how her Born This Way Foundation (which should be raising awareness and fighting bullying) does not have an effect within her own fanbase!
Remember when, months ago, I published an open letter to Lady Gaga that gained a lot of attention? It’s funny how the things I told your idol back then can easily be said to you today! You definitely learnt how to behave like Lady Gaga herself - just the way mother monster intended.
There is nothing wrong with being a homosexual woman. There is nothing wrong with being overweight either - that happens to be another issue Lady Gaga used to gain publicity, remember? Of course you don’t. And that’s why I say Lady Gaga is a big failure. Her message is always lost with you little monsters.
When you call me “despicable dyke”, or “ugly lesbo”, or “chubby dyke” (as you have done so many times), you are not really talking to me, or about me, are you? I won’t go on on how you and I have never been in the same place again, or how there is no way you know for sure what I look like (we’ve been there so many times).
What needs to be addressed, however, is your lack of concern with the people in your own family, and by that, I mean your monster family.
Generalization is never appropriate, but it’s safe to say that a big part of Lady Gaga’s fanbase consists of individuals that identify themselves as members of the LGBT community. We can even add to that acronym the letter Q, as many of her fans are really young and are still questioning who they are.
Every time you come with vicious and unecessary attacks on me (or what you think of my gender and my sexual orientation), you hurt the millions of teenagers who turn to Lady Gaga - not me. Those people who see the world of Gaga as their safe haven - the place where they can be themselves freely - might change their mind every time they see such an avid Gaga fan (like you) being so firmly opposed to lesbians.
Think about it.
On a much lighter note, you also said Lady Gaga “can sing live” and stuff. Come one… with everything that has been said about her “live” performances on here, you are still talking about her as if she were an amazingly talented vocalist?
Bitch, please, go listen to the audio extracted from Gaga’s microphone on her SNL performance of “Judas”, then come back to talk about her live-singing abilities.
And one more thing: if you are talking about this post, you need to work on your reading skills: no one mentioned the word “copy” - neither about the hair, nor about the producer.
Rumor has it that one of the reasons why ARTPOP has been delayed for (what will soon be) a year, is that Lady Gaga’s management is worried she will not be able to cope with questions about Born This Way and Madonna - they want people to forget it ever happened.
People close to the singer said that “Lady Gaga gets very frustrated with comparisons with Madonna.” They added that Lady Gaga is being coached on how to dodge questions about Madonna and not look bothered or annoyed.
In fact, reporters who managed to interview the singer before her fateful Born This Way Ball tour got cancelled, recently revealed that they were
politely rudely informed not to ask Lady Gaga any question related to Madonna.
According to a TV producer from Globo network in Brazil, Alvaro Junior (a reporter from TV show Fantastico) was asked not to ask anything regarding the comments Madonna made on the Born This Way/Express Yourself comparisons, otherwise his interview with Gaga would be “immediately over.”
In case you have been under a rock, the biggest hit Lady Gaga had on the news in 2012 was a comment made by Madonna: “it feels reductive” said the singer when asked about the comparisons between their songs.
One thing is fore sure: Lady Gaga is not the kind of woman who avoids free publicity - she wore a meat dress, for Christ’s sake! Gaga goes out of her way to get publicity by using other people’s names: she once said Madonna e-mailed her, approving of Born This Way - which was later denied by Madonna’s publicist. Lady Gaga also said Michael Jackson invited her to open his shows in London before he died. This, also, has never been confirmed by Michael Jackson’s people. The funny thing is: Michael Jackson died less than three weeks before his first concert date - if Gaga had been invited to open for his shows, logic says that it would have been announced by then, three weeks before opening night. But it never was.
Considering how desperate for (any kind of) publicity Lady Gaga is, one would think she would be okay with all the attention she got from Madonna’s remarks. But no, Lady Gaga had her publicists veto any questions about Madonna and her “reductive” comment. Sounds like Gaga really is not comfortable with the subject.
The interesting thing is that the same Brazilian TV show broadcast an interview with Madonna a few weeks before their interview with Lady Gaga. However, according to the producers of Fantastico, Madonna did not veto or censor reporter Zeca Camargo. In fact, they say that the only requests made by Madonna referred to her work: she would only be interviewed by a reporter who had seen the MDNA show. And that’s what Camargo did the night before the interview was granted.
That explains why nobody asked Lady Gaga about Madonna in the interviews she gave in 2012: she blackmailed reporters: no questions about Madonna, or the interview is over.
Madonna, on the other hand, couldn’t care less. That’s why everybody asked her about Lady Gaga in 2012: Madonna, a true believer of freedom of the press, did not direct reporters on what they could or could not ask her.
Here are the two interviews Fantastico aired in a little more than a month apart from each other:
You will see that Madonna was, indeed, asked about Gaga (just like she was on the Graham Norton show and so many others). You will see how secure and comfortable Madonna is, how she always knows what to say, whereas Lady Gaga, well, the most talked-about topic related to her in 2012 is not even mentioned - ever thought why that was?
In fact, if you know any Portuguese, you will see reporter Alvaro Junior narrating how difficult it was to interview Gaga, he mentions how he had to “overcome a mountain of demands and a wall of assistants.” The worst part, on his second question (“the difference between the ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour and her own previous tour”), her assistant interrupts from behind the camera and says this “question had not been allowed” either.
Sources close to the singer say that this behaviour has not changed: Lady Gaga still is not ready to face comparisons with Madonna. Despite music critics worldwide unanimously describing Born This Way as a copy of Madonna’s Express Yourself, Lady Gaga is said to be denying it to this day, forcing her friends and assistants to “tell her daily that she is a musical genius” and that “‘Born This Way’ is more relevant than Express Yourself ever was.”
They hope that the longer it takes for ARTPOP to come out, the more distant the memory of the Born This Way/Express Yourself issue will be. And maybe, by the time the singer is promoting the new material, no one will be interested in talking about Madonna, or Lady Gaga’s plagiarism. And if they do, they expect the singer to be emotionally prepared to talk about it after all these months of coaching.
In order to promote her next album (ARTPOP), Lady Gaga is preparing a TV special chronicling her entire life. The show will chronologically document her life, starting from her birth to the release of the album.
Have an exclusive first look:
I am outraged by the fact that Lady Gaga is using a wheelchair for free publicity and neither the media, nor the American Association of People with Disabilities, or the American Disability Association see a problem with that. Why haven’t I seen the National Organization on Disability saying anything about it? We have a serious problem here.
As a mother of a child suffering from locomotor problems, I hope you express my outrage publicly against the singer (I cannot be the only one feeling this way).
The other day, the popstar was seen walking in high-heels just hours after appearing for a photo-op on a wheelchair designed exclusively for her by Louis Vuitton.For Lady Gaga, the wheelchair is a fashion accessory: when she wants to be photographed on a wheelchair to appear in the newspapers, she goes out in public, even though she does not need one!
Here’s Lady Gaga on a wheelchair for a photo-op, and on the same day, walking in high-heels without the need of assistance/crutches:
The other day, she made a point of rubbing the fact that she bought a 24-karat gold plated wheelchair for herself. She was also photographed entering a strip-club (the Polekatz Gentlemen’s Club) in Chicago on a wheelchair, after that, she was seen leaving the club walking on extremely high-heeled shoes.
My son does not have the option to use a wheelchair when he pleases or not. He bears a permanent disability, it’s not a joke, is not for status, it’s not for publicity, or pity. And in my opinion, that is why Lady Gaga is using a wheelchair in her public appearances: after a not so successful tour and with a new album coming out this year, she needed to make the world feel sorry for her.
I don’t want people with disabilities or my child’s condition being used by Lady Gaga for publicity the way she used the gay community for her gain, then abandoned them.
Please take into consideration the sensitivity of people with physical disabilities and their families. Lady Gaga is glorifying disabilities for her own gain, and that is dangerous. This cannot go unnoticed. Please talk about it on your blog and ask your readers to join us against this vile woman. Some emails related to associations concerning the disabled are:
Please, email them about this serious issue. This woman cannot use the disable and get a free pass. When will she ever stop? It’s sickening!
We will e-mail those people and we fully support you. We agree with you 100%. Hopefully, our readers will do the same and e-mail them asking for a public statement on Gaga’s deplorable attention-seeking behaviour, with complete disrespect and disregard for those who suffer from disabilities.
In the wake of the Supreme Court hearings of two cases that might substancially provide equal rights to same-sex married couples in the country, Lady Gaga was completely silent - and I mean, not a peep, not a tweet about it.
You may ask yourselves: Why?
A few years ago, the girl was rallying for the “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” repeal in Maine, on interviews, everywhere. But now that there are two cases that might actually provide real equality for everybody in the country (including gay national and bi-national couples), Lady Gaga chose not to voice her opinion. In case you don’t know, The DOMA case being discussed right now in the hearings could affect same-sex couples on a Federal level, not limited to state laws.
Interestingly enough, when Lady Gaga was rallying against Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and making speeches in Maine, she was amidst the promotion of her album, and on the road with her Monster Ball Tour. That happened in September 2010, the same month she started the promotion of her Born This Way song at the MTV Video Music Awards in September 2010 (remember here). It could not have been more appropriate (for her) at the time.
However, now that she has no new music to promote, supporting the gay community is something that does not cross her mind. Just check her Twitter account:
As of now, Lady Gaga made no attempt to show support for real equality, for everybody, in the entire country:
She has, however, tweeted a few messages since her alleged hip operation (on February 20), but her tweets have all been self-indulging:
Retweeting homages her (mostly gay) fans have paid to her (!), tweets related to nominations to award shows involving her (!!), all me, me, me, me, me. Does that surprise you?
Does it surprise you that at a time when Lady Gaga’s next album has no date to be released, she did not take the time to discuss an important moment for the civil rights movement in the United States of America?
Of course not! She has nothing to promote right now. She won’t bother!
In the meantime, Madonna (who also has nothing commercial to promote), did not let it pass unnoticed:
The Queen of Pop Culture published the following image on her personal Instagram and facebook accounts:
[Madonna shows support for the fight for equality]
And remember: just like Lady Gaga, Madonna has no date to release her next material in the market. Two popstars vastly supported by the gay community. But only one of them often take the time to show support back to the gay community and its fight for equality even when she has nothing to sell.
Lady Gaga might be too busy to tweet something (anything!!!) in support of the community who built her career thorugh her mobile phone, but she certainly isn’t busy enough to go out to eat at a McDonald’s after spending hours at the Richard’s Bar and at the Polekatz Gentlemen’s Club in Chicago with her boyfriend:
THEY ARE ALL BILLIONAIRES!
That’s right little monsters! It has been reported that after the MDNA Tour, profits from the Truth or Dare perfume ($60 million dollars), her Material Girl line, and tour merchandise, Madonna has entered the elite Billionaire club.
Where’s Lady Gaga, the poor thing, whom according to you, has sold more perfumes than God?
Lady Gaga was absent from every money making list released this year regarding money earned in 2012. In case you cannot compute this info, 2012 is the year Gaga embarked on a world tour and had her alleged successful perfume released in the market - so where is the money?
After yesterday’s post on the end of the Born This Way era, I wouldn’t be surprised if Lady Gaga used some of her own money to cover costs for the Born This Way Ball - LOL - what a FLOP it turned out to be!
You have got to hand it to Madonna, she just keeps getting bigger and bigger while her contemporaries (like Lady Gaga) are ending eras as massive failures. Madonna, on the other hand, continues to reign. Want some burn cream little monsters?
The interesting thing about the several articles in the press saying Madonna joined the billionaire club is that, most likely, she has been a billionaire for quite some time now (but the media is only catching up in 2013!).
You see, as Marc Velez pointed out, Madonna is one of a few stars who actually do not disclose their net worth. Her own record label, Maverick, was worth a billion dollars as of 1999, and her tours in the last 10 years alone have made over a billion dollars. She is the best selling female recording artist worldwide, she owns the rights to her music, and she’s owned her merchandise rights since the 1980s. Her “WEBO GIRL” and “BoyToy Inc” are companies that moved her merchandise, and she did have the best selling calenders in the world for over a decade. Her products (DVD, VHS, pins, t-shirts, CD, clothing, books, tour books, posters, cups, pens, etc) have been selling since ‘84, and in 2012 alone, she made $75 million dollars with her tour merchandise.
I guess the media is finally catching up with Lady M!
“Lady Gaga is going to dethrone Madonna…” long story short:
She got fat, canceled her tour, and now takes selfies on a wheelchair.
No wonder why reports say Lady Gaga privately makes fun of her little monsters: “I can say whatever I want, they take my word for it” said the singer recently, laughing at her own fans.
These monsters have no clue about anything at all!
Guess who is back with another verborrhea on Twitter?
Desperately tagging me on tweets? Check.
Illogical thinking? Check.
Here’s the latest on this little moron who can’t stop tagging me on his uneducated, illogical, retarded tweets:
“call BTWB a flop all you want, Just because she had low Ticket sales in SA does not mean the whole tour flopped.”
Does he mean the tour Lady Gaga said was going to “revolutionize live concerts”? The one critics pointed out how boring it was, including its staging and set - which was nothing but a castle? The tour that her fans said would “slay all our faves in 2012” but ended up out of the top 5 tours of 2012? Yes, I guess the final and official numbers of the entire tour show that the entire tour was a failure, not only in South America.
“In many Venues Gaga Outdid Madonna as far as Capacity of people” - that was in Monster planet.
Back on planet Earth, “in many venues”, in fact, in MOST venues, Madonna had greater attendance than Gaga. That’s why, despite having less shows performed, Madonna’s tour had greater attendance than Gaga’s tour. But only a little monster and their limited monster logic to use the few shows Lady Gaga’s attendance surpassed Madonna as an argument - ignoring that the vast majority of the tour Madonna had a greater number of people in her shows.
A quick reminder:
MDNA Tour: 87 dates. Attendance: 2,212,505
Born This Way Ball: 98 dates. Attendance: 1,643,407
Will this little moron get the picture now?
“The tour (Born This way Ball) still had many dates left”
Yes, it did, and they were all cancelled.
And according to Billboard, those 22 dates left were a “success”, having sold 200,000 tickets. But wait! A success? Let’s do the math:
200,000 tickets sold divided by 22 shows = 9,090 tickets sold per show. The average capacity at the venues Lady Gaga was supposed to perform those 22 shows is around 18,000 people. Meaning:
According to the numbers Billboard published, Lady Gaga sold only half of the tickets available for the remaining 22 shows in the USA.
Perfect timing to get “injured” and be forced to cancel those dates.
“It’s actually Madonna who underperformed, 100M less than her previous tour, even with more dates, and GOING to many new cities where she never went.”
Of course, only the logic of a Lady Gaga fan to say that the #1 tour of 2012 (Madonna’s MDNA Tour), which also became the 10th highest grossing tour in history “underperformed”. That doesn’t even surprise us anymore.
But it’s interesting how
Luigi Germanotta Demitri O’Shea (who can’t even do basic math) even tries to compare data of MDNA Tour with Madonna’s previous tour - the top grossing tour ever done by a solo artist in history. So here’s a little lesson:
Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour (2008) was Madonna’s first stadium tour since the Girlie Show in 1993. The Sticky & Sweet tour visited many countries Madonna had never performed before, and went back to places she hadn’t been in 15 years. —- It’s not difficult to understand why the demand for that tour was so high.
Not to mention that the entire tour was divided in two legs, one in 2008, and the second in 2009, 9 months after the end of the first leg. That was enough time for Madonna to go back to some of the same places she visited the year before, with the same tour, but this time, playing in arenas, instead of stadiums (like in the UK).
The MDNA Tour, however, had dates back to back: there was no 9 months interval, no breaks. This tour also happened only four years after the Sticky & Sweet tour, and it visited mostly the same countries. If you have got any braincell left, you can understand how these factors have a direct influence on the tour’s tickets demand in the market.
Still, Madonna’s 2012 MDNA Tour was the #1 tour of the year, NOT the Born This Way Ball Tour - which was #6. The MDNA Tour also became the second highest grossing tour by a female in history (behind Madonna herself), and the 10th highest grossing tour in history!
Oh, the tragedy! “Madonna flopped” say little monsters.
But he did not stop there! There is more:
This little moron is still in denial about Lady Gaga’s embarrassing concert at a parking lot in Brazil:
No, dear. FIERGS is the name of a convention center in Porto Alegre, Brazil. As a convetion center, there are indeed auditoriums and theaters at the location. There also is a parking lot at that location, that’s where people who attend conventions there park their cars. And that’s where Lady Gaga performed in the city of Porto Alegre: in the parking lot of FIERGS - not inside an auditorium, not inside a theater: in the motherfucking parking lot.
And worse: the official numbers for Lady Gaga’s show at the parking lot of FIERGS says she could have easily played in a small theater or auditorium: she had only 9,918 people in the audience - and that includes the people who were there because of the “buy one ticket, get one free deal.
Even the Black Eyed Peas had more people when they played in the same place (they had 12,000 people there). Eric Clapton played there as well, and he had 20,000 people in attendance.
Madonna also played in the same city a month after Lady Gaga. But of course, unlike Lady Gaga, Madonna did not need to give out tickets for free. Madonna had 42,524 people in a single show in their Olympic stadium.
Which brings us to more monster logic and moronic tweets by Demitri O’Shea:
“Even though in SA she did have many deals, Gaga stil did manage to sell out”
I guess when Eric Clapton plays to more than double the amount of people Lady Gaga played in the same venue, you know that Lady Gaga did not “sell out” anything. Especially considering her “buy one ticket, get one free” deals.
As it has been widely reported by the local media (seen here), Lady Gaga was forced to offer several different deals like “buy one ticket, get one free” in her shows in South America as tickets were not moving.
The numbers you see on Billboard as “tickets sold” actually INCLUDE the thousands of tickets given out for free in official deals with the primary ticket seller in South America. Let’s analyze Lady Gaga’s concert in São Paulo to prove it:
São Paulo was the first city in Brazil to start pushing the “buy one ticket, get one free) for the Lady Gaga concert in the Morumbi stadium [remember the deal’s official announcement here]. The full capacity at the Morumbi stadium can go up to 60,000 people - depending on seating arrangements, stage size, etc.
Lady Gaga’s official numbers say 43,137 tickets sold. Wait a minute! “Tickets sold”? Does that mean they distributed over 86,000 tickets for a concert in a venue that holds up to 60,000? [Remember: buy one ticket, get one free].
Of course not! Live Nation would never allow such thing! Can you imagine the class lawsuit they would be hit with, had they distributed more tickets than the venue can hold? What happens is that those 43,137 “tickets sold” Billboard reported already included the free tickets given out.
Another supporting evidence for this, is the fact that the Brazilian press reported that Lady Gaga had sold 21,000 tickets for her concert in São Paulo even before the Billboard Boxscore reports came out. So according to those numbers, and keeping in mind the “buy one ticket, get one free” deal, here’s what we have:
21,000 X 2 = 42,000
42,000 is very, very, VERY close to the official 43,137 people attending Lady Gaga’s concert later reported by Billboard, don’t you all think?
Same goes to Lady Gaga’s only concert in Rio de Janeiro, where the singer also had a “buy one, get one free” deal. In fact, as her own little monsters told the TV crew from Panico na Band at the venue’s door, her tickets were being sold at a “buy one, get TWO free tickets” rate the day of the show at Parque dos Atletas!
Official numbers reported by Billboard (which also included the free tickets given out) say Gaga had 26,167 people in Rio. Madonna also played in the same venue a month after Lady Gaga, and without giving out free tickets, the Queen of Pop had (officially) 34,709 people in the audience.
There is another fact that cannot be ignored: this was Lady Gaga’s first visit to South America. One would think the demand for her shows would be great, esecially considering that she had only one show per city in Latin America, in most places, one show per country. Still, Gaga could not beat Madonna’s THIRD visit to those countries with a tour.
Let’s see how it all went down in consideration of Demitri O’Shea’s deep knwoledge of facts, as he said:
”Madonna did not outperform Gaga at all” in Latin America:
Demitri and his monster family: cringeworthy is y’alls middle name.
Correction: Madonna’s visit to Chile with the MDNA Tour was her second time in the country, not first (as I stated in the image).
The country both Madonna and Lady Gaga visited for the first time in 2012 was Colombia (not included on that image). Still, Madonna beat Gaga’s ass both in attendance and gross revenue:
Number of shows: 2
Total attendance: 90,018
Average attendance: 45,009 per show
Born This Way Ball Colombia:
Number of shows: 1
Total attendance: 30,546 people
In conclusion, whether it was Madonna’s first time in a country, or second or third visit, people were more interested in seeing her than “newbie” Lady Gaga.
Somebody, please, tell this little monster that Lady Gaga has three #1 hits in her ENTIRE career!
Little monster triumphantly arriving at the Lady Gaga concert in São Paulo, Brazil:
As gracious as Lady Gaga harself!
Speaking of her, while Gaga is recovering from a
failed publicity stunt minor operation - which she compared to the “unique family situations, school environments, health issues, homelessness, and identity struggles” her fans go through (yes, she is THAT mental) - Madonna is getting ready for a highly publicized appearance at the NYC Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Media Awards, presenting the prestigious Vito Russo Award to Anderson Cooper on March 16.
2013 is shaping up to be an awesome follow up to the incredible MDNA year! Madonna’s MDNA Tour DVD will be out soon, and her #SecretProject with Steven Klein is about to see the light of day as well.
Image from Madonna’s Secret Project with Steven Klein, revealed by the artist herself on her Instagram account a few minutes ago.
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