Lady Gaga: The prime rib of America

Katy Perry and Lady Gaga are head-to-head at the MTV Europe Music Awards. The US singers have grabbed five nominations each for the annual awards bash.

Lady Gaga, who recently dominated the MTV Video Music Awards in a meat dress, and invited flak from PETA, is up for Best Pop, Female, Live Act, Song (Bad Romance) and Video (Telephone).

Closely following the announcement, Lady Gaga latest headliner is as she joined a group of former serviceman and women discharged under Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell for a rally in Maine urging a repeal of the controversial policy.

Lady Gaga echoed gay soldiers, “Equality is the prime rib of America, but because I’m gay I don’t get to enjoy the greatest cut of meat my country has to offer,”

“I thought equality was nonnegotiable,” she added.

“Our new law is called ‘If you don’t like it, go home,” she exclaimed to wild applause from the 2,000-strong audience.

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Lady Gaga in Portland, Maine (September 20).

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  • […] Lady Gaga was born on March 28, 1986 in Manhattan, New York to Cynthia and Joseph Germanotta. She began revealing her talent at an early age, including being well versed in playing the piano at just four years old. Gaga wrote her first piano ballad at thirteen, and her first performance occurred at a New York nightclub when she was fourteen. She was later admitted to New York University’s Tisch School of Arts, but soon dropped out to find creative inspiration. Lady Gaga was barely making ends meet, so she took on three jobs, including becoming a Go-go dancer. […]

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