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Lady Gaga's vulva is back and more avant garde than ever.

Rarely does a week go by in this era where you don't see her lady parts presented in some new, allegedly artistic fashion. So thoughtful and introspective!

That's how we would sum up Lady Gaga nude, anyway.

Gazing upon her all-new cover shoot for Candy magazine, which prides itself on its "art," "fashion," and "transgression," how could you not see her in such a way?

Art, fashion, and/or transgression? Seems like it was ripped straight from Gaga's Wikipedia page.

We rest our case, Little Monsters. Check out her NSFW (and thankfully quasi-censored) cover:

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Fans of Lady Gaga, try to contain your excitement! You too can own your a lifesized Lady Gaga doll. One day! Maybe!

The superstar who brought us the meat suit has now begun work on an army of clones. Or this is an amazingly intricate promotion for Art Pop

Lifesized Lady Gaga dolls were unveiled in Japan, timed to the overseas release of her latest album. The dolls, which are not available for sale--yet--,play Gaga's music when fans press their heads against her foam and plastic chest. 

Watch the Lady Gaga doll come to life in this behind the scenes video. Warning: there are fake naked Lady Gaga breasts that look pretty real in this video. But they're fake. (Probably.)

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Lady Gaga and R. Kelly were at it again at Sunday's American Music Awards 2013, getting down and dirty on their new single "Do What U Want."

Last weekend's SNL dry-humping-fest would be tough to top, but this is Mother Monster and R. They were more than up to the task in this case.

At the AMAs, she got straddled by "President Robert" in what appeared to be the Oval Office following a little White House role play of sorts. Oh yes:

The racy duet started with some flirty telephone action between the gross Commander in Chief and ended with a nostalgic twist to Gaga's career.

It seemed to echo Marilyn Monroe's fling with President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago, fitting (we guess) in light of a JFK-news dominated week.

Everything from the blond wig, the beaded dance ensemble, to the bold red lips hinted that the singer was trying to channel her inner Marilyn.

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The hook of Lady Gaga's new song is “Do what you want with my body” and it’s fair to say R. Kelly took that message to heart this weekend on the SNL stage.

Performing their hit “Do What U Want” on Saturday Night Live, the two singers got down and dirty and left little to the imagination, live from New York ...

Perhaps given the two people involved - Gaga always goes hard on stage, and R. is R. - perhaps we could have predicted the two singers dry humping.

Still, you never quite believe such things until you lay eyes on them.

At first, Gaga's risque plunging neckline and glittery jumpsuit felt almost run-of-the-mill by Mother Monster standards, but then Kelly took the stage.

As is often the case with Kelly, the duet took on a much more sexual vibe. Gaga kneeled down in front of him a position that suggested oral sex.

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Saturday Night Live took aim at Kim Kardashian and Kanye West this weekend.

In a skit titled "Waking Up with Kimye," the show made fun of Kanye's claim that he's a genius, along with his belief that Kardashian actually possesses talent of any kind, let alone groundbreaking talent that ought to be admired in any way, shape or form.

We were also treated to a performance of triangles by The Kardashian 11, segments titled "Kim Wore It Better" and "What Kim Made" and Lady Gaga as an Apple store employee.

Hilarious stuff all around. Watch now:

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Lady Gaga's feud with celeb gossip blogger Perez Hilton is real and resurfacing anew this week, with heated words exchanged between the former friends.

During an interview with Howard Stern Tuesday, the 27-year-old singer didn't hold back while explaining why their once-close relationship unraveled.

"What happened was we were doing an interview ... and in the middle of the interview he started asking me really terrible questions," Gaga said of Perez.

"He was being very negative about Born This Way and we had had a lot to drink. He was supposed to be my friend and I felt betrayed, so I started crying."

"My friend had to come in and pull the camera out. They wouldn't turn the cameras off. He apologized, but I felt like it was like, 'But I'm Perez Hilton so I'm allowed to treat you this way.'"

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Lady Gaga is not a fan of excessive Photoshop on her magazine photos. She makes this very clear in the new issue of Glamour, which she covers.

At Glamour's 2013 Women of the Year Awards, the December cover girl accepted her award with a sharp critique of Glamour's Lady Gaga photos.

Lady Gaga Glamour Cover

Speaking at Carnegie Hall, Lady Gaga said that, like fellow honoree Malala Yousafzai, she was going to use her voice to speak up about her cover.

"I felt my skin looked too perfect. I felt my hair looked too soft," said the star of the images. "I do not look like this when I wake up in the morning."

Speaking slowly and carefully, Gaga made it clear that the way covers like this are tweaked and smoothed can have damaging effects on readers.

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Lady Gaga celebrated the release of her brand new album ARTPOP with the aid of a flying dress - believed to be the world's first! - at New York's Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Dubbed the artRAVE, Gaga opened with “Aura,” that same way the ARTPOP album does, and the unveiling of new pieces by modern artist Jeff Koons.

She also unveiled a piece by Marina Abromovic (previously known for coaxing Lady Gaga nude through the woods), and went all out musically, as always.

The highlight, though, was one of Gaga’s most spectacular entrances yet. A “flying dress” called “Volantis” - essentially a wearable jet pack - carried her in.

Check out this clip of the thing below, it's something else:

Lady Gaga recently announced that she will sing in outer space the year after next. Perhaps she can blast off into the stratosphere wearing this thing?

As for the live performances during the artRAVE?

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Lady Gaga is, or at least was, more than happy to ruffle Madonna's feathers over her hit song "Born This Way," she reveals in an interview with Attitude.

"I have to be really honest, I was completely kind of floored that Madonna was singing my song on her stage every night!" Mother Monster recalled.

"I'm not thinking about anybody but me and my fans when I'm on stage."

Madonna took to performing a mashup of "Born This Way" and "Express Yourself" (her old hit) during live concerts last year, as a means of making a point.

The songs  share a similar beat and melody, but Gaga says "the fact that I was on her mind at all ... I mean, Madonna's ... she’s Madonna. I looked up to her for a long time."

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Lady Gaga is preparing to deliver an out-of-this-world performance the year after next. The ARTPOP singer will take her act to the cosmos in 2015.

The "Dope" performer, 27, will blast off in a Virgin Galactic ship and belt out a single track during the Zero G Colony high-tech musical festival in New Mexico.

Yes, she'll be performing live on a shuttle from outer space. Cue the obligatory "can we leave her there" jokes from the celebrity gossip peanut gallery.

"She has to do a month of vocal training because of the atmosphere," says a source, who adds that the diva's glam squad will join her in the shuttle.

Zero G Colony is a three-day event set to take place at New Mexico's Spaceport America, featuring world-class entertainment and cutting-edge technology.

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Lady Gaga Biography

Lady Gaga Fashion Statement Lady GaGa is a musician songwriter, penning songs for pop acts such as the Pussycat Dolls. Lady GaGa is an up and coming solo artist,... More »
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Joanne Stefani Germanotta
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