give me the thing that I love


I’ll turn the lights on


put your hands up make em touch


Make it real loud


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REBLOG if you want Jinkx Monsoon to be America’s Next Drag Superstar!


REBLOG if you want Jinkx Monsoon to be America’s Next Drag Superstar!

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That awful moment when you learn that this wasn’t scripted. That Will Smith’s character was actually supposed to brush off the whole thing, but Will’s father actually had left him when he was younger and he just fell apart on the set and the hug at the end was from one actor to another, not one character to another. 

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Gaga is out of hiding and sporting a fabulous new chariot by KEN BOROCHOV of MORDEKAI. Gaga commissioned Ken to create then one-of-a-kind wheelchair to help accessorize her post-hip surgery recovery.

“I certainly wasn’t expecting that phone call and have never done a wheelchair but am always up for a challenge and was thrilled to create what I affectionately dubbed the Chariot, a chair fit only for a queen.”

Some tidbits about Gaga’s new chariot:

  • Ken’s inspiration came from the idea of a Queen’s throne.
  • The finished product is a 24 Karat gold-plated chair with a black buffed tufted calf leather seat complete with a removable leather canopy.
  • The leather portions were inspired by a motorcycle jacket and produced in a car factory.
  • It has a sexy high back and is able to recline 180 degrees.
  • The wheels were special ordered spoke rim wheels from LA. They were gold plated in Dallas and assembled in Wisconsin.
  • Ken had about 1 week to complete the project.

If Ken’s name sounds familiar, it’s because Gaga has worked with the designer before. During the FAME launch at the Guggenheim Museum, Gaga sported a 24 Karat gold-plated crown created by Ken, during the FAME launch in London, Gaga sported a gold bracelet with a set of armor nails that became known as The Claw, and before Gaga’s performance with The Rolling Stones, Gaga sported a bird cage-like contraption on her way to the venue. (x)

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She looks damn good here

She looks damn good here

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Gaga spoke about ARTPOP, saying that she was much happier while writing and recording it – a process that started directly after she finished with Born This Way. Gaga said that she knew Born This Way was a challenge to most of her fans, and that we endured a lot. She continued and said that she created the album, which ultimately became a movement, as a form of therapy, and she has no regrets about Born This Way, though feels she is now able to move on as a happier and more mature person. When asked if she felt pressured about the new record, Gaga said she would be worried if there wasn’t any pressure, because it helps her work. She said she knows what we want, and that’s fun, dirty, dance music, and there’s no shortage of it on ARTPOP. She explained that the album is pretty much done: there’s vocals and music on all the tracks, but she wants to take three weeks after the tour is over, during her break, to re-record her vocals with her coach Don Lawrence, so that the album is the best quality it can be, because its forever. Gaga mentioned that she considers ARTPOP her first real album, that its about a phoenix rising from the ashes, and is worried if she’ll ever be able to top it because she knows it’s that good.

PropaGaga admin on meeting Gaga after the show in St. Paul, Minnesota (via anthagio)

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Einstein and his therapist

Einstein and his therapist

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