Lady Gaga Sleeps In Her Latex

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Lady Gaga taped an appearance for The Ellen DeGeneres Show, which will air on Thursday. Ellen asked Gaga if she owns pajamas, or if she just sleeps in what she's wearing; Gaga replied that she does sleep in whatever she has on, and added: "It's very funny and my best friends often will crash at hotels where I'm at. They will come visit me on the road they always call me a Beauty Queen disaster. I wake up and my wig is falling off my head. My mole is on the other side of face. My fake mole, it's not fake it's surreal. It's a surrealist mole." [Press Release, Ellen]
Gaga on the "Judas" video: "I want to allow the video to speak for itself but I will say that the theme of the video and the way that I wanted to aesthetically portray the story was as a motorcycle Fellini movie where the apostles are revolutionaries in a modern-day Jerusalem. And I play Mary Magdalene leading them into the town where we meet Jesus and I will leave the rest for you to see. But it's meant more to celebrate faith than it is to challenge it." [MSN]

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Beyoncé is being sued for $100 million after a video game deal fell through. [Page Six]
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Katherine Jackson was born in 1930, so it's not only reasonable but smart that a second guardian be why do you pick someone not a whole helluva lot younger as a back-up? Jackson is 81 years old; Ross is 67. Just as Katherine isn't getting any younger, neither is Diana. If Katherine dies in the next few years, Diana will be in her 70s. Not that I'm expecting oceans of logic from Michael Jackson, but this is just setting his kids up for a lot of heartache.