If there’s one thing Lady GaGa‘s ever-thankful for it’s her headline-grabbing fashion. Indeed, since blazing on the scene, the singer has become a superstar thanks to a careful pairing of gargantuan chart smashes and outlandish garms.
It’s fitting, then, that the 27-year-old celebrates fine fabrics on her ABC Thanksgiving Special tonight.
A must see showing, Mother Monster teams up with legendary diva RuPaul to perform the aptly titled ‘Fashion!’ on the telecast. The will.i.am/David Guetta produced cut, which has quickly become a fan favourite, is lifted from GaGa’s chart-topping new album ‘ARTPOP’.
So before you tuck into that festive feast, get a sneak peek at the ladies doing their best “sashay, shante” after the jump…
Indeed, few phrases better describe soulful British songbird Gabrielle.
Two decades have passed since the Londoner roared onto the scene with ‘Dreams’, and the time since has been exactly what dreams are made of. For, the diva has gone on to sell more than 10 million records and been honored with awards of the BRIT, MOBO, and Ivor Novello variety.
To celebrate the her iconic success, the singer has released ’Now And Always – 20 Years Of Dreaming’ - a greatest hits collection comprised of her much-loved hits, as well as six new songs. The latter include tracks produced by the likes of Syience (Beyonce) and Naughty Boy (Emeli Sande).
That Grape Juice sat down with Gabrielle for an in-depth, candid chat; one which saw her reminisce on her humble start, career successes, The X Factor, new album and much more. Check it out above.
’Now And Always – 20 Years Of Dreaming’ is in stores now!
Shocking on many a front, the claims stemmed from the fact the ‘Waterfalls’ singers had been removed from the roster section of the label’s website, and had themselves replaced the label’s logo from their official website. Whats more, with the timing of the drama caused by their hit VH1 movie, it appeared the personal had clashed with the professional – with musically fatal results.
However, in a surprise announcement, Epic’s head, LA Reid, has confirmed that ladies are still with the label. His words after the jump…