Wednesday 8 February 2017

Jamie Spills The Tea | Lady Gaga


Welcome to a brand new episode of Jamie Spills The Tea. I thought due to everything that has gone on this week that it would be a good thing to spill all the tea about Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga (aka Stefani Germanotta) was born on March 28th, 1986) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, advocate and much more. She came to fame when she released her first song under Lady Gaga called Just Dance which also featured Colby O'Donis. She studied at Tisch School in New York City before dropping out to pursue a singing career. In the past, she worked for Sony Music Publishing as a songwriter. Gaga has released 5 albums (The Fame, Born This Way, ARTPOP, Cheek 2 Cheek (with Tony Bennett) and Joanne) and one EP (The Fame Monster.)

Gaga has done a lot in the past such as creating the Born This Way Foundation to help children, She's helped with rallies when it comes to LGBT+ values. She's talked about her bisexuality, her anxiety, her PTSD/ She generally has no bad bones in her body but she will shut you down if you try and come for her in any single way which can be proven by the tweets after the Superbowl performance.

When she does a performance, Gaga will do them to the best of her ability. If you won't take my word for it then watch her VMA performance of Paparazzi where fake blood is involved or any of the tributes she's done such as Bowie, John Lennon, Frank Sinatra and many more. Look at the footage of her tours, she creates an image that will never be forgotten at them such as see through staging. She literally creates art out of pop music.

She has talked about her sexuality in many ways including creating songs about it that have been worldwide hits. She's done rallies and spoken for the LGBT+ community when we've needed it which I think is a great thing especially when you have such a big following as some celebs don't use their platform to do things like that. She's known for talking about politics in great detail and some were scared/annoyed that she would do the same at the Superbowl 51 performance but instead the Lady side of Gaga came out and she said what she needed to say in a subtle but meaningful way which I loved!

All in all, Gaga is a great person who has grown so much from before she came Gaga and will continue to grow in many different ways.

What did you think of the Superbowl Half Time performance from Lady Gaga? Let me know down below!

I hope that you've enjoyed and have been educated slightly within this Jamie Spills The Tea post. I hope that you've enjoyed it and will come back next time for another Jamie Spills The Tea.

Thanks for reading!
Jamie x
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