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@ladygaga: Rehearsal with the boys. #rivingtonrebels

@ladygaga: Back in the New York Groove

Do What U Want

Happy 28th Birthday Lady Gaga!


"I am a walking piece of art every day, with my dreams and my ambitions forward at all times in an effort to inspire my fans to lead their life in that way."

"That’s the thing that poisoned me from 2013 or 2012 to 2014, "we just want you to look beautiful" over, and over, and over in my head, until I just wanted to look ugly all the time. Please. Don’t tell me not do it cause you know it’s gonna happen.

It really crushed me. I’ve won grammys now, I’ve written albums, I’ve toured the world 4 times, and you’re telling me to look beautiful? that’s what this is about? It’s all back to tits and ass? That’s so sad.”

Happy 3rd anniversary, Born This Way!

I know I am still a mystery to some people, even to some fans. My religion is still you monsters, it always has been and it always will be.

I know I am still a mystery to some people, even to some fans. My religion is still you monsters, it always has been and it always will be.

Torture, floating performers, and Ron Athey — all this and more were included in the original treatment for Lady Gaga’s performance of “Applause” at the 2013 VMAs. Creative development and production company, Dissident — a company that “converges at the intersecting realms of visual arts, film, music, fashion sport, emerging technology, and international event installation” — have posted the case study on their website, revealing details from the original outline that MTV Networks turned down.

Lady Gaga recently revealed that she wanted look alikes to wear her iconic looks from past music videos, but MTV also refused to let her carry out her vision. Check out the treatment above along with the visual references and rehearsal photos of the final product! (x)

In Lady Gaga’s highly anticipated return to the stage Dissident and Robert Wilson oversaw the design and direction of the programs opening live four-minute sequence. Within a highly charged set Gaga performed her #1 positioned billboard pop song “Applause” to over 10 million television viewers.


LG begins on the center stage B below LED scoreboard, in a draped black gown (see reference image). The KAWS head turns to reveal a black backdrop (ex.: silk) stretched across the truss of the head. A red torture performance possibly involving artist Ron Athey (TO BE CONFIRMED)  is displayed on an incline, with mirrored, bloody glass (see reference image). LG very slowly walks the catwalk to the main stage over a period of one minute and forty seconds.

At 1:40 / as LG arrives at the black silk drop, it drops kabuki style and is immediately pulled offstage to reveal a blinding white paradise garden (see reference images), filled with LG performers, possibly floating or displayed on tall pedestals (see attached looks). At the same time as the black screen drops, LG’s black dress drops to reveal the same elegant gown in white. LG begins to walk stage left across the stage in profile over the course of two minutes. As she crosses the torture figure, the dress turns red.

At 3:13, LG begins to fly diagonally up stage right in front of the white garden. The song ends as she is still ascending diagonally above the garden. At 3:36 or the end of the song, there is a black out; she is lowered and the head turns back to original position for next act. The exact timing of the walk, if her song is to be preceded by other noise/white noise etc./prior to it starting, etc. is ytd.

Check out this video of Gaga visiting the Louvre earlier today (1.20.14).

More videos here and here.

Gaga at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City.

Gaga at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in New York City.

High quality outtakes and the untagged cover from Gaga’s Elle Magazine cover spread shot by Ruth Hogben.

Check out this video of Gaga performing an acoustic version of “Poker Face” at Annabel’s in London (12.6.13).

Check out these new photos from Gaga’s Versace campaign.

Help “Do What U Want” on the charts by listening to the remix featuring Christina Aguilera here. All streams from the US count towards the original version’s chart placement on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Lady Gaga in 2013