Thursday, September 9, 2010

Apparently,,, some woman thinks that Lady Gaga stole her late daughter's soul...

This looks shooped. Gaga's face is more fucked up and rat-tier looking.

From hermaphrodite rumors to gracing the cover of Japanese Vogue wearing only a bikini made entirely of meat (photos here), Lady Gaga is often at the center of a lot of weird news items. In one of the stranger stories involving the pop star, a woman is now claiming that Gaga is possessed by the soul of her late daughter, who was also a musician.

Yana Morgana is seeking the rights to release dozens of songs her daughter, Lina, recorded with Gaga before committing suicide at the age of 19 in 2008. Mourning has been especially difficult for Morgana, as Gaga is a constant reminder of her daughter, who is said to have inspired the artist's penchant for wigs, thigh-high boots and a dark, tortured persona.

"Every other word she says is from Lina," Morgana tells the
New York Post. "She talks about having a dark and tragic life, but she had everything she wanted in the world." Gaga and Lina worked together with producer Rob Fusari, who is largely responsible for Gaga's early career.

The most bewildering aspect of the alleged persona stealing is that Gaga landed on the mainstream music scene just one month after Lina's death. "It was the same style, the same look, the same music, the same voice, the same jaw line -- the way they expressed themselves," Lina's ex-boyfriend, Tyler Schwab, tells the Post about seeing the 'Just Dance' video for the first time. "And I was like, 'Is that Lina?' It was so, so shocking. It was like looking at a ghost."

And this isn't just a case of gold-digging, either. Morgana has asserted she has no plans to take this to court, but merely wants the music released and, in turn, for Gaga to let go of Lina's soul.

Original article from

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

The top-earning comedians

Jeff Dunham, Chelsea Handler and Dane Cook are generating big laughs and big paychecks
By Lacey
Though the stand-up business has taken a hit in a weak economy, top-shelf comedians are still laughing all the way to the bank.
The 10 acts in our annual list of the top-earning comedians collectively raked in $165 million between June 1, 2009, and June 1, 2010. To make the cut, the comics had to count stand-up as their primary income, a qualification that left funnymen like Jerry Seinfeld, Conan O'Brien and Jay Leno off this year's list. The former, who banked an estimated $75 million over the last year, still earns the bulk of his money from "Seinfeld" reruns; while the latter two, who respectively pulled down $38 million and $35 million during the 12-month period, relied on their nightly shows--in O'Brien's case, his nightly show's severance--for the majority of their annual income.

Just something to think about.......

Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Newsweek: If he does, he’ll put President Obama in a tight spot, and not just because the president is said to regard his chief of staff as indispensable.

Monday, September 6, 2010


just bored and looking thru the shit i'm subscribed to on YouTube.