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Lady Gaga’s ‘Hunger Games Vibes’ in Her Inauguration Ensemble

On January twentieth, Lady Gaga sang the National Anthem behind the podium at the Presidential Inauguration, and fans noticed that she not only presented incredible vocals and support for President Biden, but also a very Hunger Games reminiscent outfit.

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Lady Gaga’s New Children’s Book

Lady Gaga is well known for her unique sense of style and her amazing singing voice. She has eleven Grammys and was  nominated for an Oscar for her starring role in A Star is Born. Gaga has accomplished so much over the years, and she even walked the red carpet in a meat dress back in 2010. Now, she has signed with Macmillan, one of the big five publishing houses, to publish a children’s book.

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The book will be filled with stories from young people, and words of encouragement from Gaga. The young people who will be contributing their stories are apart of the Born this Way foundation, started by Gaga and her mother. The foundation has a program called Channel Kindness, which helps young people elevate their acts of kindness and bravery. According to Gaga, the book will help uplift communities and instill hope in everyone. It will also showcase how no act of kindness is too small.

Children need a book that can help them better understand ways to be kind, and they need a book that encourages kindness. We hear a lot of stories about bullying, and we rarely hear any stories about acts of kindness. Those stories are few and far between, and now Gaga is using her voice to uplift kindness.

 

According to one of the publishers, Jean Feiwel, she believes this book is an anthem and an embrace that children and everyone around the world need. Jean is absolutely right, and it will definitely encourage children to want to be better and to do better. Kudos to Gaga for spreading her kindness with the world.

The book will be released on September 22, 2020. You can pre-order your copy here.

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Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in The Notebook, kissing and spinning around

4 Fictional Couples We Want to See Perform ‘Shallow’

Despite the fact that they’re not a real life couple and Bradley Cooper is married, the duet between Cooper and Lady Gaga, stars of the most recent remake of A Star Is Born, was one of the steamiest, most romantic performances… ever?

 

Gif Via E! News

 

The duet, during which the pair sang Oscar-winning song Shallow, was performed in character (supposedly), with the pair reprising their roles as Jackson and Ally, and that got us thinking: what other fictional couples could give a killer rendition of this year’s most beloved song?

 

Edward Cullen and Bella Swan- Twilight 

 

  1. Kirsten Stewart as Bella Swan and Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen kissing
    Image Via Gify

 

Okay, this may be too obvious, so we’re getting it out of the way first. Edward sings, Bella is obsessed with Debussy’s Claire de Lune which is a beautiful piano piece, and the lyrics to Shallow suit the pair of them down to the ground:

“Tell me somethin’, girl / Are you happy in this modern world? / Tell me something, boy / Aren’t you tired tryin’ to fill that void?” I mean…

Oliver and Elio- Call Me By Your Name
Timothee Chalamet as Elio touches Armie Hammer as Oliver affectionately in Call Me By Your Name
Image Via Tumblr
As we all know, Call Me By Your Name was robbed of Best Picture and Best Actor and every other award it didn’t win at last year’s Oscars. The performances were so moving that if they didn’t win over the Academy then nothing was going to sway them, however… Oliver and Elio could give Jackson and Ally a run for their money any day and we think a little rendition of Shallow would have had the Academy calling their names!
Ariel and Prince Eric- The Little Mermaid
Prince Eric leaning on table gazing lovingly at Ariel
Image Via Disney

Ariel gave up her life in the ocean to pursue Eric, you best believe she’s far from the shallows now… Ariel is also partial to song-singing herself, so I’m sure she could get Eric involved since she’s made so many sacrifices for him. She fought against her family and all odds to be with him, hence

“Crash through the surface, where they can’t hurt us / We’re far from the shallow now” makes perfect sense.
Noah and Allie- The Notebook
Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in The Notebook, kissing and spinning around
Image Via Giphy
Noah and Allie are one of the steamiest and ‘couple-goals’-inspiring unions in all of literature and cinema. Against all odds, they end up together, loving each other till the end. You know they could absolutely kill a rendition of Shallow. After all, “if you’re a bird, I’m a bird…” I’m not crying, you’re crying. Shut up.
Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in The Notebook, kissing and spinning around

4 Fictional Couples We Want to See Perform 'Shallow'

Despite the fact that they’re not a real life couple and Bradley Cooper is married, the duet between Cooper and Lady Gaga, stars of the most recent remake of A Star Is Born, was one of the steamiest, most romantic performances… ever?
 

Gif Via E! News

 
The duet, during which the pair sang Oscar-winning song Shallow, was performed in character (supposedly), with the pair reprising their roles as Jackson and Ally, and that got us thinking: what other fictional couples could give a killer rendition of this year’s most beloved song?
 
Edward Cullen and Bella Swan- Twilight 
 

  1. Kirsten Stewart as Bella Swan and Robert Pattinson as Edward Cullen kissing
    Image Via Gify

 
Okay, this may be too obvious, so we’re getting it out of the way first. Edward sings, Bella is obsessed with Debussy’s Claire de Lune which is a beautiful piano piece, and the lyrics to Shallow suit the pair of them down to the ground:

“Tell me somethin’, girl / Are you happy in this modern world? / Tell me something, boy / Aren’t you tired tryin’ to fill that void?” I mean…
Oliver and Elio- Call Me By Your Name
Timothee Chalamet as Elio touches Armie Hammer as Oliver affectionately in Call Me By Your Name
Image Via Tumblr
As we all know, Call Me By Your Name was robbed of Best Picture and Best Actor and every other award it didn’t win at last year’s Oscars. The performances were so moving that if they didn’t win over the Academy then nothing was going to sway them, however… Oliver and Elio could give Jackson and Ally a run for their money any day and we think a little rendition of Shallow would have had the Academy calling their names!
Ariel and Prince Eric- The Little Mermaid
Prince Eric leaning on table gazing lovingly at Ariel
Image Via Disney
Ariel gave up her life in the ocean to pursue Eric, you best believe she’s far from the shallows now… Ariel is also partial to song-singing herself, so I’m sure she could get Eric involved since she’s made so many sacrifices for him. She fought against her family and all odds to be with him, hence

“Crash through the surface, where they can’t hurt us / We’re far from the shallow now” makes perfect sense.
Noah and Allie- The Notebook
Ryan Gosling as Noah and Rachel McAdams as Allie in The Notebook, kissing and spinning around
Image Via Giphy
Noah and Allie are one of the steamiest and ‘couple-goals’-inspiring unions in all of literature and cinema. Against all odds, they end up together, loving each other till the end. You know they could absolutely kill a rendition of Shallow. After all, “if you’re a bird, I’m a bird…” I’m not crying, you’re crying. Shut up.