Lady Gaga To Release “Born This Way: The Collection”
Posted by Newson 11/06/2011 at 1:38 PM
Lady Gaga plans to extend her reach on the upcoming holidays with some early gift ideas. Along with a 90-minute television special that will air on Thanksgiving night, Gaga is releasing Born This Way: The Collection, an assortment of the year’s accomplishments, all packed within Gaga’s empowering words of self-love. Along with the previously announced Born This Way remix album comes a DVD/Blu-ray of her HBO special Lady Gaga Presents The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden, as well as the original Born This Way, now made all the more worthy of a second purchase because of its “multi-platinum” tag. Not willing to fall behind the likes of Beyonce and Justin Bieber when it comes to seasonal marketing campaigns, Grand Central Publishing will release Lady Gaga x Terry Richardson on November 22, Gaga’s collaboration with the esteemed/usually controversial photographer. Because the holidays are nothing if not stressful, we can thank Mother Monster and her people for providing all the estranged older family members with what they think is the perfect cure-all gift for their younger relatives, as well as giving us even more opportunities to practice our very own Gaga ugly cry. Both will be needed.
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