In her latest video mash note to her fans, Gaga lounges in bed, posts live clips of "Judas" and "Born This Way," and reveals the artwork for "Hair."
Featuring Taylor tied to the train tracks by a dastardly villain. (Probably an ex-boyfriend.)
The Pussycat Doll with share duties with a professionally handsome British TV presenter.
She reunites with frenemy Simon Cowell, joining L.A. Reid and Cheryl Cole on the judges panel of the upcoming Fox show.
Now the real pop-star work begins—coming up with cuckoo baby names.
The former High School Musical star is set to play a pregnant, homeless teenager in her first dramatic big-screen role.
Matthew Rutler's blood alcohol level was under the legal limit.
Michael's version of Wonder's romantic "You and I" can be downloaded for free from his website.
Because, let's face it, there's only so many hundreds of times one can listen to "Friday."
The Catholic League fulminates over "Judas," but for more creative protests against Gaga check out the Born This Way cover-art satires, after the jump.
Brooding "Rolling in the Deep" meets escapist "Till the World Ends," with uncanny results.
Adele has topped the U.K. charts a record ten straight weeks, but Katy B could end her run. Watch and compare, after the jump.
Community's Donald Glover reveals how he came up with his nom de rap.
The downsizing of award categories from 109 to 75 hampers musical subgenres you probably didn't even know existed.