Every week, Hollywood Crush will take a look at some of Lady Gaga's most memorable fashions in what we're calling "Gaga Fashion Friday." Whether it's something new she's dazzling us with that week or a vintage style, we'll bring you the insider scoop on every wacky moment the pop star has left us all talking about.
This week, we look back on Lady Gaga's jaw-dropping, blood-soaked performance of "Paparazzi" at the VMAs last September. During it, she took to the stage in a white hot, somewhat bizarre get-up that consisted of over-the-knee white boots, torn up pantyhose, a lacy little top, a fur shoulder detail, pink and blonde hair and a lacy headband (phew!). It was one of many outfits throughout the event, but as far as we know, it was the only one that ended up dripping in fake blood by the end of the night.
It's thanks to those outlandish performances that Gaga has won over the cast of "The Runaways," which is opening in limited release this weekend.
Teen girl rock trio Care Bears on Fire, consisting of Jena, Izzy and Sophie, showed up to the NYC premiere of the new Dakota Fanning-Kristen Stewart collaboration, "The Runaways." And when they weren't praising the band's influence on girls like them, they were dishing on their love of that other Dakota-Kristen flick that you may have heard of: "The Twilight Saga." And in case it isn't clear, they are very enthusiastic about it!
"Oh my God, yes!" Izzy told Hollywood Crush about loving the "Twilight" flicks. "We love it. It’s the one film I continually watch and go it's midnight what should I do tonight, watch 'Twilight.' I saw 'Twilight' like five times in theaters— sometimes in costume, sometimes not."
If, since MTV's chat with "Glee" star Jessalyn Gilsig, you've decided to join Team Terri, you're about to be singing a very happy tune. And so will she! Jessalyn, who revealed there is not only some unfinished business between Terri and her estranged hubby Will (Matthew Morrison) and his new squeeze Emma (Jayma Mays) in the return of season one, but the craft closet enthusiast will finally be getting her own musical number!
While Jessalyn wouldn't spill which song she'll be singing, the actress didn't shy away from the opportunity, even though she had her doubts, telling Hollywood Crush, "When you watch 'American Idol' you think 'I could do this!' then you do something like this and you think, 'Maybe not!'"
Starting today, Hollywood Crush will take a look at some of Lady Gaga's most memorable fashions in what we're calling "Gaga Fashion Friday." Whether it's something new she's dazzling us with that week or a vintage style, we'll bring you the insider scoop on every wacky moment the pop star has left us all talking about.
Lady Gaga wears just about anything and everything in her new "Telephone" music video: crime scene tape, a leopard print onesie, American flag garb and even nothing at all! Basically, if this pop star sees it, she'll find a way to don it.
Just like a majority of her music videos, namely "Bad Romance," "Pokerface" and "Paparazzi," the fashionista has debuted her latest set of eyewear with the release of "Telephone."
FROM SPLASH PAGE: Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning are getting primed for their big-screen debut as "The Runaways" rockers Joan Jett and Cherie Currie, but comic shops will receive their own dose of 70s rock-and-roll later this month with "Rock 'N' Roll Comics: Joan Jett and the Runaways."
Bluewater Productions' "Rock 'N' Roll Comics" series features republished material from the original magazine that launched in 1989. The comics offered unauthorized comics-style biographies of their subjects, which included Pink Floyd, Ozzy Osbourne, Bob Dylan and various other musicians and their bands.
To see the full Joan Jett cover, continue reading "Joan Jett And The Runaways Get Comic Book Treatment For 'Rock 'N Roll Comics'" at SplashPage.MTV.com.
Earlier this year, Lady Gaga popped up playing herself on "Gossip Girl." And she dazzled us all with her theatrical performance of "Bad Romance." Well in honor of Lady Gaga's big Thursday premiere of her hotly anticipated clip for her single, "Telephone," featuring the one and only Beyonce, we ringed (er, interviewed) "Gossip Girl" creator Josh Schwartz to find out what he might have to say to the pop superstar on the, well, telephone.
"Well we got her on the phone. She appeared on 'Gossip Girl.' I actually got to be on the phone with her, which is a great honor and she appeared on the show. She was terrific. I'd call and ask her if she'd come back," he said, adding he already had a plot twist in mind for the native New Yorker. "Maybe she can play like Lily's sister, Aunt Carol… Serena's aunt."
You've heard Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning sing the iconic Runaways song "Cherry Bomb," but now's your chance to watch them do their bet Joan Jett and Cherie Currie impersonations in "The Runaways" movie official music video.
So press play below to watch these rebel queens take over the world of rock and roll with one simple catch phrase (about the feisty Cherie herself): "Ch ch ch ch cherry bomb."
What did you think of the music video? Let us know in the comments section below or sound off on Twitter @hollywoodcrush.
FROM MTV.COM:Rocker Bret Michaels is no stranger to the company of lovely ladies, thanks to his career as singer of Poison, not to mention his "Rock of Love." But it was another recent collaboration with 17-year-old "Hannah Montana" star Miley Cyrus on the racy song "Nothin' to Lose" that really raised eyebrows. When MTV News caught up with Cyrus on the Academy Awards red carpet, she explained the pair's unlikely duet.
"He's a friend of my family," Cyrus said. "I was in the studio already, so I did a few harmonies for him."
By Cara Alwill
Taylor Swift is Elle magazine’s April cover girl, and inside the issue she dishes on everything from the intense media scrutiny she undergoes, her biggest fears, and just what those candid lyrics are all about.
Taylor admits she’s been in situations that could have easily led her down the wrong path, but she’s held true to her beliefs and hasn’t given in. But because she’s in the public eye, the media has been quick to spin stories and not give her the credit she deserves. “I’ve had countless opportunities to do some really bad things. And then people start combing through everything I do trying to find the next mistake and misperception, which leads to more scrutiny. Like, if I go to a bar, even if I’m not drinking, who’s to say that a source isn’t going to say that I was doing something I shouldn’t have been doing? So it’s not only about your own moral compass, but the moral compasses of other people that you don’t know."
By Cara Alwill
Avril Lavigne is "Alice in Wonderland" obsessed. After writing the title song for the Tim Burton remake of the classic cartoon, the singer has decided to design signature pieces for her Abbey Dawn junior's line that would be inspired by Alice, as well.
Abbey Dawn clothing line mixes rock and roll, fashion, and a whole lot of attitude. “It’s really for anyone of all ages,” Avril told People last fall about the line. “Girls who like to express themselves through fashion and go nuts and wear some cool rock and roll pieces.”