“Harper’s Bazaar” says Gaga and Taylor get married this summer!

The magazine “Harper’s Bazaar”, for which Lady Gaga has been featured on numerous occasions, has published a new article where they say that Gaga and her boyfriend want to get married this summer, between June and September.

According to the magazine, the wedding was held in Malibu, more precisely in his mansion, which is valued at 24 million dollars and one of the musical guests would be his friend Tony Bennett:

”Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney are reportedly PLANNING to tie the knot this summer. The couple, who have been dating since 2011, was rumored to have held a secret commitment ceremony in October. Now, according to Life & Style, Gaga is now planning a bigger wedding to be held this summer in Malibu. The singer is said to have a farmhouse in Malibu Hills where the ceremony will be held in front of family and friends—and possibly with a special performance by Tony Bennett. Neither Gaga or Taylor Kinney’s reps have CONFIRMED or denied these rumors yet, but it sounds like congratulations may be in order for the happy couple.”


Update, 10/14: According to an insider source via The Daily Mail, Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney reportedly held a commitment ceremony. After dating for three years, the couple took their relationship to the next level at an intimate ceremony held at Joan Tratorria, the New York RESTAURANT owned by Gaga’s parents. Due to both of their hectic work schedules, the small ceremony was just for close family and friends—although it is rumored the two are planning a wedding for next year.



QUICK NEWS: Sam Smith on Gaga, Stevie Wonder’s Tribute & More!

  • Rolling Stone dedicated their February magazine cover to Sam Smith. In his exclusive interview he praises several artists and also talks about the impact Lady Gaga had in his life as an artist. He said:

Without Gaga, I wouldn’t be here right now.

Lady Gaga has also been praising Sam Smith for a long time. She said:

Knowing I inspired Sam is one of the most powerful experiences I’ve had as an artist. I was Sam. I still am Sam in a lot of ways. When I watched his performance on SNL, I knew how powerful his GIFT was. I was with my boyfriend, about to leave for tour again the next day, and Sam was singing ‘Stay With Me’. We both had such an honest emotional reaction. I remember thinking how unique it was to have such a visceral reaction to a modern artist.

  • Lady Gaga has joined the all-star lineup for Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life — An All-Star GRAMMY Salute! The live concert will take place on February 10 and will air live Monday (February 16) on CBS. Other performers announced include Janelle Monáe, Ed Sheeran, and Usher.
  • Earlier today Mobistar Corporate and Universal Music Group won a Private Business Awardfor Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga’s very successful concert which took place last year in Brussels.


Billboard recently got to talk to Diane Warren about her collaboration with Lady Gaga. Read below!

Diane Warren, Oscar-nominated this year for “Grateful” from Beyond the Lights, wrote “Till It Happens To You” after being shown scenes almost a year ago. She took the song to Gaga — sharing a writing CREDIT with Warren — who quickly recorded it.

“I heard about [the film] and it just really touched me,” Warren tells Billboard in her first interview since The Hunting Ground premiered Jan. 23, “and she had stuff in her life that she could RELATE to. Gaga is one of the most talented artists I have worked with in my life and I’m excited about doing more with her.

The song appears in the body of the film to underscore the pain of a survivor of sexual assault. Another version closes the film, which will be released March 20 and air later this year on CNN.

“There are a lot of levels to the song,” says Warren , who saw the finished film for the first time at the premiere. “There’s something very vulnerable about it and something very defiant about it, especially the way [Gaga] sings it. The first verse is vulnerable — ‘You tell me its going to get better?’ — and the second verse comes in and it builds. Really? It gets better? No. You don’t know until it happens to you.”

Like “Grateful,” which Warren describes as a song that celebrates success at the end of a trying time, Warren hopes the song has a life beyond the film.

“I think this song in particular can relate to anything you want, anything in your life,” she says. “It could be a breakup, somebody passing away — anything where there is loss and someone says to you it’s going to be all right, it just takes time, but you’re sitting there dying. It’s such a universal song.”


On Friday (January 23), a documentary about the epidemic of sexual assaults on CAMPUSES, and the failure to prosecute these crimes, took the Sundance Film Festival by storm. But for those who weren’t lucky enough to attend the premiere screening of “The Hunting Ground,” it was a tweet by Lady Gaga — who is a rape survivor herself — that “broke the Internet.”

MTV News took the opportunity to CHAT with “The Hunting Ground” director Kirby Dick and producer Amy Ziering to get the scoop on how this emotional collaboration came to pass.

The desire or aspiration was to have someone of major importance contribute a song to the film, because we thought that that would help the cause and help publicity. We have this amazing executive producer named Paul Blavin, and I told him that this was what we wanted, but we didn’t really have the bandwidth to pursue it. So he said, ‘I’m on it.’ He met with a fabulous music supervisor named Bonnie Greenberg, and she immediately brought the project to Diane Warren. Diane Warren was incredibly moved by what we were doing, and she said, ‘I cannot not write a song for you. And not only can I not not write a song for this MOVIE, I’m going to gift it to you.’

After that, Warren brought the song to Lady Gaga, who added her own spin to the collaboration. Then, Warren and Gaga presented “Till It Happens To You” to Dick and Ziering and Greenberg, and the gang worked as a team to figure out where the song would work in the documentary. They ended up using one version in the movie and another for the end CREDITS, which Ziering says works to the film’s advantage.

[When it plays], you’re watching one of our lead subjects, who is an assault survivor, and she’s just reflecting on the impact of the trauma, and walking around CAMPUS. The song just beautifully and hauntingly and poignantly underlines her pain, in a way that words alone couldn’t do.

Lady Gaga recently came out as an assault survivor, so to write a song… to have a song with her signing it, singing ‘you don’t know what it’s like until it happens to you,’ you know the voice of that person has experienced very similar things to what our subjects have experienced, Dick added. I think that adds a deeper level to the music.

Also, having Gaga on board has definitely helped spread publicity for the groundbreaking documentary, which will be released in theaters by RADiUS on March 20.

I think it’s huge, right? Ziering concluded. [Lady Gaga] brings a whole other demographic. Anyone who has that kind of platform to reach all sorts of people that maybe would not necessarily be inclined to be interested in your issue… it’s incredible. She has such a huge group of loyal followers that really span different generations. It’s just an amazing gift.


Moustachioed living legend Giorgio Moroder has revealed to Popjustice that he’s going to work with Lady Gaga on songs for her new album.

In fact, if the song and the mood suits, she might even make an appearance on Giorgio’s own forthcoming album, but let’s deal with that bit in a minute.

Basically, during our interview we were CHATTING away about his Britney collaboration andit was suggested that Lady Gaga could come in and finish a bridge bit that’s not been recorded as yet, prompting Moroder to say the following words:

“I was supposed to be in the studio with her a week ago, but I got a cold. I’ll see her when I’m back. I have about five or six tracks, just basic ideas. Drums, keyboard, bass. I’m going to be surprised, I think – I don’t have a clue about the way she’s recording. Will she play the piano? Will I?”

Asked if the sessions were for her album or his, he said:

“This is for her new album – that’s the intention. I was hoping that maybe I can convince her to have one of the songs for my album. If I could convince her, well that would be incredible.”

It really would.

Ruminating on the idea some more, he added: “If I have a good track that could fit my album but not necessarily hers, that could be ideal.”

Giorgio Moroder is an Italian record producer, songwriter, performer and DJ. Moroder is frequently CREDITED with pioneering synth disco and electronic dance music.



Back in April 2014, VEVO announced that 10 awards would be given to Lady Gaga for her 10 VEVO Certified music videos, meaning that each video has more than 100 million views. In the meantime they asked fans based in Chicago to join them and film something special featuring Lady Gaga herself.

Today VEVO released a total of 6 videos. In the first one, Lady Gaga receives the awards from her fans. In the rest of the videos she discusses various matters, from her fans, to the artRAVE and finally she comments on her most popular music videos, on the clothes, the storyline, everything!

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Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett kicked off their series of 2015 performances at Las Vegas’ intimate, vintage-designed venue inside the Cosmopolitan hotel. The two performed a 95-minute set including 28 songs with several outfit changes by Lady Gaga herself.



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