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A new Matt Irwin outtake from the Elle UK photoshoot! -Gaga
The Monster Ball 3: Born This Way is coming.

Video: Madonna talks about Lady Gaga on NBC.

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Look at Jo’s “me gusta” face - lmfao

Lady Gaga - Bor This Way -megamix-  by Jordan Howe. [Download]

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Lady Gaga - Stuck On Fuckin’ You

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Lady Gaga leaks an unreleased song from Born This way - Stuck On Fuckin’ you. Merry Christmas, Little monsters!

2011 and Lady Gaga.

Singles:

  • Earned her 3rd #1 on on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart with ‘Born This Way’.
  • Earned her 8th consecutive top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart with ‘Born This Way’.
  • Earned her 9th consecutive top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart with ‘Judas’.
  • Earned her 10th consecutive top 10 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart with ‘The Edge of Glory’.
  • Earned her 11th consecutive top 10 with ‘Yoü and I’.
  • ‘Born This Way’ broke radio record by debuting at #6 on Billboard’s “Radio Songs” chart with the largest first-week audience of 78.5 million.
  • ‘Born This Way’ received the second highest debut on Pop Songs at #14.
  • ‘Born This Way’ obtained first week sales of 448,000, which the largest debut by a female and 3rd largest overall.
  • ‘Born This Way’ became the 19th song to debut at #1 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart.
  • ‘Born This Way’ held the number one spot for six weeks making it the only song to debut at number one and stay there for over a month since Elton John’s ‘Candle in the Wind 1997’.
  • ‘Born This Way’ became the fastest selling single on iTunes, reaching #1 in the US in only 3 hours.
  • ‘Born This Way’ became the first song to go #1 in every iTunes store simultaneously.
  • ‘Born This Way’ became the 1000th #1 song on Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart.
  • ‘Born This Way’ became the only #1 song to specifically mention the LGBT community.
  • Born This Way is the 1,000th #1 on the Billboard’s “Hot 100” chart.
  • Earned her 8th consecutive #1 on the Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart with ‘Born This Way’.
  • Earned her 9th consecutive #1 on the Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart with ‘Judas’.
  • Earned her 10th consecutive #1 on the Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart with ‘The Edge of Glory’.
  • Earned her 11th consecutive #1 on the Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart with ‘Yoü and I’.
  • Broke the record for most consecutive #1s on Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart, previously held by Kristine W. (with 9).
  • Fastest to 10 #1s on Billboard’s “Dance/Club Play Songs” chart, breaking the previous record held by Rihanna.
  • ‘Born This Way’ certified 3x platinum in the United States and sold over 6,500,000 copies worldwide.
  • ‘Judas’ sells over 800,000 copies in the United States and over 2,300,000 worldwide.
  • ‘The Edge of Glory’ certified 2x platinum in the United States. and sold over 4,500,000 copies worldwide
  • ‘Yoü and I’ certified platinum in the United States and sold over 2,000,000 copies worldwide.

Albums:

  • “The Fame Monster” sold over 1,000,000 copies worldwide.
  • “Born This Way” debuted at #1 in the United States with 1.1 million copies sold.
  • “Born This Way” became the 17th album to sell a million copies in one week.
  • “Born This Way” obtained the largest sales week of any album since 50 Cent’s “The Massacre”.
  • 5th woman to sell over 1,000,000 copies of an album in one week.
  • “Born This Way” broke digital the record by selling 662,000 copies from online retailers.
  • “Born This Way” certified 2x platinum in the United States.
  • “Born This Way” has been certified platinum or more in over 18 countries.
  • “Born This Way” peaked at number one in over 30 countries.
  • “Born This Way” became the eighth best-selling digital album in United States history after its first week of sales.
  • Highest opening sales in Japan for an international artist.
  • Best selling solo album in Japan.
  • Best selling International album in Japan.
  • Highest worldwide opening this year with “Born This Way”.
  • Highest opening sales in the UK by an international female artist.
  • Most points in one week on UWC with the song “Born This Way”.
  • “Born This Way” became the third highest-selling album of the year in the US.
  • “Born This Way” became the second highest-selling album of the year worldwide.

Award Nominations (*won - **pending):

  • Three American Music Awards for Artist of The Year, Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist, and Favorite Pop/Rock Album (BTW).
  • One ARIA Music Award for Most Popular International Artist.
  • One ASCAP Award for Most Performed Songs (Telephone).
  • One Bambi Award for International Pop Artist*.
  • One BET Award for FANdemonium Award.
  • Two Billboard Year-End Chart Awards for Top Electronic Dance Album* (BTW) and Top Dance/Electronic Artist.
  • Sixteen Billboard Music Awards for Top Artist, Top Touring Artist, Top Social Artist, Top Streaming Artist, Top Digital Media Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Pop Artist*, Top Dance Artist*, Fan Favorite Award, Top Electronic/Dance Album* (TF), Top Pop Album (TF), Top Dance Song (BR), Top Streaming Song Video (BR), Top Dance Song (Telephone), Top Electronic/Dance Album (TFM), and Top Electronic/Dance Album (TR).
  • Two Latin Billboard Music Awards for Crossover Artist of The Year and Hot Latin Songs - Female Artist of The Year.
  • Five BMI Awards for Award Winning Songs - ‘Paparazzi’*, ‘Bad Romance’*, ‘Telephone’*, ‘Alejandro’* and BMI Songwriters of The Year*.
  • One CFDA Fashion Award for Fashion Icon*.
  • One Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special.
  • One ESKA Music Award for Best International Artist*.
  • Nine Grammy awards for Album of The Year (TFM), Best Pop Vocal Album* (TFM), Best Pop Vocal Performance* (BR), Best Short Form Music Video* (BR), Best Pop Collab with Vocals (Telephone), Best Dance Recording (DITD), Album of The Year** (BTW), Best Pop Vocal Album** (BTW), and Best Pop Solo Performance** (Y&I).
  • Three International Dance Music Awards for Best Solo Artist, Best Music Video (Telephone), and Best Pop Dance Track* (Alejandro).
  • One Japan Gold Disc Award for International Artist of The Year*.
  • One MTV Video Music Brazil Award for International Artist of The Year*.
  • Seven MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Female*, Best Live Act, Best North America Act, Best Pop, Biggest Fans*, Best Song* (BTW), and Best Video* (BTW).
  • Three MTN Japan Music Awards for Video of The Year* (BTW), Best Female Video* (BTW), and Best Dance Video* (BTW).
  • Four MTV O Awards for Innovative Artist*, Must Follow Artist on Twitter*, and Favorite Animated GIF.
  • Four MTV Video Music Awards for Best Female Video* (BTW), Best Video With A Message* (BTW), Best Choreography, and Best Art Direction.
  • Three MuchMusic Video Awards for Best International Artist Video* (Judas), People’s Choice: Favorite International Video* (BTW), and Most Watched Music Video of The Year.
  • One MYX Music Award for Favorite International Video (Telephone).
  • One Always Now, Forever Next award*.
  • One Nickelodeon Australian Kids’ Choice Award.
  • Four NME Awards for Most Stylish, Least Stylish, Hero of The Year*, and Hottest Woman.
  • Four NRJ Music Awards for International Female Artist of the Year, Live Act of the Year, International Song of the Year (BR), International Band/Collaboration/Company of the Year (Telephone), Music Video of the Year* (Telephone), and Music Video of The Year** (BTW).
  • Nine People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Female Artist, Favorite Pop Artist, Favorite Music Video (Telephone), Favorite Song (Telephone), Favorite Female Artist**, Favorite Pop Artist**, Favorite Song** (TEOG), Favorite Music Video** (Judas), and Favorite Album** (BTW).
  • One Premios Oye Award for International Album of The Year** (BTW).
  • One Q Award for Best Video (Judas).
  • One Stonewall Award for Hero of The Year.
  • Three Teen Choice Awards for Choice Music: Female Artist, Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon — Female and Choice Music: Single (BTW).
  • One The Record of the Year Award for The Record of The Year* (BTW).
  • Three TRL Awards for Wonder Woman Award*, Best Look, and Too Much Award.
  • Three Vh1 “Do Something!” Awards for Best Music Artist, DO SOMETHING Facebook*, and Best Charity Song (BTW).
  • Five Virgin Media Music Awards for Hottest Female*, Best Solo Female*, Best Video* (BTW), Best Track* (BTW), and Best Album* (BTW).

TV Ratings:

  • “A Very Gaga Thanksgiving” gave ABC a 23% ratings boost over the previous year.
  • Saturday Night Live’s season finale with Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga was the higest rated episode in 7 years.
  • The 2011 MTV VMAs, which featured Lady Gaga, as the opening act was the highest rated MTV telecast ever.
  • The 2011 MTV EMAs received its highest viewership in many European countries.

Major Performances/Duets:

  • Performed at the Grammy Awards.
  • Performed on the Ellen Show twice.
  • Performed at the Robin Hood Gala.
  • Performed on Le Grand Journal.
  • Performed on The Graham Norton Show.
  • Performed at Radio One’s Big Weekend concert.
  • Performed on Saturday Night Live.
  • Performed on American Idol.
  • Performed on Germany’s Next Top Model.
  • Performed at Rome’s Euro Pride.
  • Performed on The Paul O’Grady Show.
  • Performed on X Factor in France.
  • Performed at the MuchMusic Awards.
  • Performed on Taratata.
  • Performed on “Lady Gaga Day” in Singapore.
  • Performed on SmapxSmap.
  • Performed on The Howard Stern Show.
  • Performed at Sydney’s Town Hall.
  • Performed on So You Think You Can Dance.
  • Performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
  • Performed on The View.
  • Performed on Jonathan Ross.
  • Performed on the X Factor in the UK.
  • Performed at the MTV European Music Awards.
  • Performed at the BAMBI Awards.
  • Performed at the Children In Need Concert.
  • Performed on Alan Carr: Chatty Man.
  • Performed at the Grammy Nominations Concert.
  • Performed on Dick Clarke’s New Year’s Eve special.
  • Performed on Music Station Japan.
  • Duet with Tony Bennett on The Lady Is A Tramp.
  • Performed for Bill Clinton at Foundation Concert.
  • Duet with Cher on The Greatest Thing.
  • Performed with Sting, Bruce Springsteen, Sugarland, Brian May, and Clarence Clemons.
  • Headlined GMA Summer Concert Series.
  • Headlined the KIIS FM and Z100 Jingle Balls.
  • Headlined the iHeart Radio Music Festival.

Misc.:

  • #1 on Forbes Celeb 100 with $90 million.
  • Highest grossing female musician for 2011.
  • Appeared in Google Chrome commercial.
  • Interviewed by Howard Stern and turned him into a fan.
  • Raised over $1,000,000 for the Japanese people.
  • Was honored at The Trevor Project live conference as this years Hero Honoree.
  • Partnered with Barneys New York to create “Gaga’s Workshop”.
  • Released “Terry Richardson X Lady Gaga”.
  • “Terry Richardson X Lady Gaga” became a New York Time’s Best Selling Book.
  • Declared this generation’s “Queen of Pop” by Rolling Stone.
  • Partnered with Zynga to create “GagaVille” to promote Born This Way.
  • Highest grossing tour by a debut headlining artist.
  • Lady Gaga Presents the Monster Ball Tour: At Madison Square Garden aired on HBO released on Blu-ray/DVD.
  • Visited Singapore where the day she arrived was declared “Lady Gaga Day”.
  • Established the Born This Way Foundation.
  • Released several products for Polaroid’s Grey Label.
  • Met with President Barack Obama to discuss bullying.

If anyone wants to tell you that this year has been an unsuccessful year for Lady Gaga, direct them to this post.

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