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Saturday Night Live will close out a successful season (if only for its parodies of the Kardashian sisters alone) with a set of hilarious hosts and impressive musical guests.

The schedule includes:

  • May 7: Tina Fey/Ellie Goulding
  • May 14: Ed Helms/Paul Simon
  • May 21: Justin Timberlake/Lady Gaga
  • Ed Helms Pic
  • JT in the Hizzy

Fey will actually be pregnant during her stint; Helms will be promoting The Hangover 2; and Timberlake? He'll just be dreamy and hysterical.

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Lady Gaga recently posed for Harper's Bazaar, where famed photographer Terry Richardson put together a photo spread befitting of his reputation and hers.

Whether masked or unmasked, or baring two breasts or what looks like five, the pink-haired marvel proves that she's always willing to push the envelope.

Feast your eyes on the mag's Lady Gaga photos below ...

  • Nips
  • Woman Behind the Mask
  • Lady Gaga Bazaar Cover
  • The Glamorous Gaga
  • Grand, Baby

[Photos: Harper's Bazaar]

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For the second time this month, Lady Gaga took a fall in concert in Atlanta last night. And, in vintage Gaga fashion, got up and carried on, unfazed.

The pop star fell off of a fire-spewing piano during a concert in Houston April 10, and has taken numerous other spills and tumbles over the years.

As Weird Al's Lady Gaga parody told us, she performs this way ...

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Weird Al Yankovic, whose career comprised of parodying hit songs has lasted longer and been more lucrative than many of his subjects, has released a new gem.

"Perform This Way" is Al's take on Lady Gaga's "Born This Way," and includes plenty of the satirical lyrical wordplay that are Yankovic's hilarious trademarks.

Its release follows myriad reports that Gaga blocked the parody - which she can't even do, legally, but Al always gets permission from the stars in good faith.

In any case, Gaga’s manager nixed it without telling her. Word got back to Gaga, who was not pleased. The manager is sorry. Gaga loves it. Everyone is happy.

Here's Weird Al's "Perform This Way," his homage to Gaga, with lyrics:

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In next month's NME magazine, the British music magazine asked if Lady Gaga is a “freak or fraud” and mused about her true legitimacy as an artist.

Gaga tells the magazine that she is nothing if not sincere in what she says and does, and while she has achieved great success, she’s never satisified.

She's also dressed in a sheer, zip-up body suit fondling her own breasts on the cover. Pretty standard as Lady Gaga pictures go. Take a look:

Lady Gaga Unzipped

“I am perpetually unhappy with what I create. Even though I might tell you that ‘Edge of Glory’ is a pop masterpiece, when it’s all said and finished there will be things I dread, and every time I listen to it I’ll hear them," she continues.

"The worst mistake I could have made was not putting out Born This Way as the first record. It’s completely balls-to-the-wall, love-it-or-hate-it... Get in or get off the f*%king boat. I gained a lot of new fans.”

On the music video for her new song "Judas," she promises a blend of “motorbikes, death and, in the final seconds, a strong spoken word sequence about Gaga being beyond repentance.” So there you go. Listen to the song here:

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Leave it to Lady Gaga, no stranger to getting people talking as it is, to up the ante tenfold this weekend with a controversial new song about "Judas."

Told through the perspective of Mary Magdelene, the lyrics go like this:

"In the most Biblical sense / I am beyond repentance / Fame hooker, prostitute wench, vomits her mind / But in the cultural sense / I just speak in future tense / Judas kiss me if offensed / Or wear ear condom next time..."

Okay then ...

Gaga's creative director, Laurieann Gibson, who is religious herself, says they made sure to not offend anyone. Here's how she describes the song:

"It was amazing to have that conversation about salvation, peace and the search for the truth in a room of non-believers and believers, to me, that was saying God is active in a big way. And the place that it came to is surreal."

"We don't touch on things that we have no right touching upon, but the inspiration, the soul and idea that out of your oppression, your darkness, your Judas, you can come into the marvelous light. So it's about the inspiration and to never give up."

In conclusion, she says Lady Gaga has "created a new Jerusalem."

Has she? Tell us: What do you think of Gaga's "Judas"?

 

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Lady Gaga does not mince words.

In the May issue of Harper's Bazaar, the provocative singer dishes about her failures in adapting to Hollywood. Despite being a self-proclaimed student of the art of fame, fitting in out in la-la land just wasn't in the cards, she says:

"I had all these number-one records. I had sold all these albums. It was sort of this turning point: Do I embrace Hollywood and assimilate to that culture?"

Not exactly.

  • Lady Gaga Bazaar Cover
  • Grand, Baby

GRAND, BABY: Lady Gaga heats up Harper's Bazaar.

"I put my toe in that water, and it was a Kegel-exercise vaginal reaction where I clenched and had to retract immediately," she says in a great metaphor.

What happened after that, you ask? "I ran furiously back to New York, to my old apartment, and I hung out with my friends, I went to the same bars."

And went back to the same bartender, Luc Carl!

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With an episode titled "Born This Way," Glee is paying homage to Lady Gaga April 26. In a 90-minute episode, New Directions will perform her latest smash hit.

That week (the show's second episode back from hiatus), Mr. Schuester teaches the club a lesson about self-acceptance and embracing what makes us unique.

Thus the parallels with Gaga's anthem for those very themes:

While it makes sense that the show will have a finger on the pulse of the music world, some fans say it needs a new direction (pun intended) in its writing.

The perceived pursuit of hot tunes to shoehorn into episodes, rather of focusing on characters and writing that made the show a hit, is a frequent criticism.

Do you agree? Or do you love the hit Glee music tie-ins?

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A somewhat contentious exchange with an anti-gay protester. An announcement of her new single's release. Typical day in the life of Lady Gaga - caught on tape!

In the latest edition of Gagavision - her YouTube video diary - The Lady is seen arguing with a Christian fundamentalist protester outside of one of her shows.

The picketer, who was doling out “get out of hell free” cards, was a bigot with a big gut who seemed to get a kick out of cutting off Gaga mid-sentence:

Despite spending hours of time lurking around her concert, the dude tried to act all unimpressed by the fact that he was talking to Lady Freaking Gaga.

Trying to find common ground, rather than seem adversarial, Lady Gaga told the guy, “I’m listening. You know we really believe in God at my show.”

“Well, your pervert ways don’t quite equate to what God is all about,” he replied. Asked to clarify, he eloquently said he meant “the homo stuff.”

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Did Adam Lambert really pull a Christina Aguilera this week?

Celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton called in to the Morning Dish radio program yesterday and says he was present at Lady Gaga's 25th birthday party Sunday night, serving as a witness when the former American Idol finalist showed up "beyond drunk" and was asked to leave.

He was "super sloppy embarrassingly drunk," Hilton told the hosts.

  • Adam Photograph
  • In Leopard Print

Lambert reportedly wasn't even invited to the bash. He attended as a guest of the Scissor Sisters, who have been opening on tour for the artist.

A fellow party goer says Lambert was pounding on the walls and "acted like an animal. He kept jumping up on the tables and chairs and screaming. When they brought the cake out he tried to smear it in Gaga's face and put a doll from the cake in her mouth!"

Gaga eventually asked security to escort Adam away. He acknowledged his behavior on Twitter later in the week, writing on Wednesday:

"My hand still hurts. LoL. Was trying for celebratory gesture 4 gaga's B- piñata style...instead my fist is all bruised and la cita has a hole in the ceiling. #sloppy."

As proved to be the case for Aguilera, let's just hope this isn't the start of more troubling times ahead for Adam.