Yesterday there was cause for concern about robots taking over the fast food industry and turning people into hamburgers. Today we can go ahead and crank the dial up on that robot army alarm because Gagabot 3000 will not be stopped until every man, woman, and child has heard its boop-beep-boop message of doom. Lady Gaga has been repeating the exact same message about it only taking 1 person named Bradley Cooper out of a crowd of 100 people not named Bradley Cooper, to believe that Lady Gaga could be a movie star; over, and over, and over again, like a broken Carl Sagan Voyager Golden Record. I don’t know exactly what Gagabot 3000’s ultimate plan is, but I’m sure it’s not good!
Last year the MET Gala brought out all the high-class socialites and artists and dressed them up as Heavenly Bodies. Slutty cherubs, sexy devils and some knights with bad bob cuts descended on the Metropolitan Museum of Art and partied it up liked questionably-dressed idiots. Well, Vogue has announced what the theme is of the upcoming Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute’s Gala and it is on track to be their gayest theme yet. This year the 2019 spring exhibition will be: “Camp: Notes on Fashion.”
These are dangerous times we live in. Of course I’m talking about our intensely divided and argumentative… social media scene. You never know what will happen each time you like a tweet. Will you go on with your day as though nothing is happening? Will you get incessant death threats and be forced to leave your home and family? Who knows! Katy Perry is feeling the second one today.
Sorry, Little Monsters – the Twitter trolling didn’t work! Lady Gaga’s fans basically issued a social media edict in the week leading up to the A Star Is Born debut at the box office against Venom, the Tom Hardy-starring comic book movie competing against Gaga. The Little Monsters dragged Tom’s movie and said it was a smelly, fug, grotsky be-yotch (or just said it was a snooze to watch) that nobody should go see. Even though critics seemed to agree, we told you Friday it looked like Tom would win the weekend box office. That’s exactly what happened, but A Star Is Born still did better than people were expecting this weekend.
I guess us thirsty hos who still occasionally look at Tom Hardy’s old MySpace photos are keeping the man in biz — Lady Gaga fans be damned! The same Little Monster army that went HAM on Ed Sheeran for implying she had two good albums and thought she was invincible pivoted to Tom, Michelle Williams and their comic book-based Venom, which opens against Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born this weekend. There was a Twitter Little Monster campaign where Gaga fans tweeted about how bad Venom was…and critics agree. Despite the shit reviews and smear campaign, Venom is on track to take the weekend! Continue reading
Russians may have meddled with the 2016 election by trolling bitches on Twitter, but that may have been small potatoes compared to what Little Monsters will do to make sure Lady Gaga has a number 1 slot at the box office this weekend with A Star Is Born. Early feedback from A Star Has Born has basically been that all other movies should just wait until 2019 to come out because ASIB is going to win all the Oscars…and not just because Beyoncé was no longer attached to it. For some reason, Gaga fans felt threatened by the Marvel crowd because they got pissed over the Tom Hardy and Michelle Williams-led Venom opening the same weekend as Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s BY FAR BEST MOVIE EVER. Now some are saying Gaga stans are taking their Ed Sheeran ire and redirecting it by trolling Venom.