Lady Gaga is an American singer, songwriter, and actress.
Taylor Swift has hinted that she would like to act more, and perhaps even write and direct a feature, after making a short film for her song All Too Well. She has acted occasionally before, on TV shows, but now says she is “very curious” about movies, and would “love to” continue working in film.
True stories are often the hardest to believe, and Ridley Scott’s new film House of Gucci charts a chain of events that would surely be dismissed as fanciful if they weren’t verifiably real. On the morning of March 27, 1995, Maurizio Gucci was shot and killed on his way into his office in Milan. The shooter was a Sicilian, hired — it later transpired — by Gucci’s estranged and possibly deranged wife Patrizia, who had been shut out of the family business and concocted her revenge with the help of a TV medium.
The reunion episode of the US sitcom Friends hit our screens on Thursday – but in China it looked different after streaming websites censored cameos by Lady Gaga, pop star Justin Bieber and the K-pop band BTS, apparently because they had been seen to insult Beijing in the past.
There is a school of thought that celebrity has been rendered irrelevant by the pandemic. All that glorification of mere mortals seems so ridiculous now, the argument goes, and with Covid-19 as the leveller, the great and the good don't seem so great or good any more.
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