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Watch: Lady Gaga 'Will Not Be Destroyed' in HBO Concert Preview; 'Judas' Video to Premiere on 'American Idol'

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In a preview from her upcoming HBO special, Lady Gaga breaks down under pressure in her dressing room, upset that people want to destroy her.

Says Gaga: "I cannot be destroyed, I will not be destroyed, and you can never destroy the kingdom that is my fans."

The concert special is set to air on May 7. Gaga's "Judas" video will air the same week on American Idol, MTV news reports. She'll perform the track this Thursday on the Ellen show.

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  1. JED: Well said. SHE IS ON OUR SIDE. There are plenty of others talked abt on this blog that need your hatred. No one, including Madonna, has been such a fierce advocate on our side as Gaga has. The cheapest tickets at her shows are ones right up next to the stage. She seriously cares abt her fans. And anyone who has been to one of her shows can attest to the amazing feeling of inclusion she works so hard to create. When I look at her, I am so happy for the younger LGBT community out there who have someone this dynamic to look up to. And as far as the "Truth or Dare" comparisons, there was not one moment of actual genuine emotion expressed in that film. I still love me some Madonna, but she's not one to show real emotion too much.

    Posted by: AJ | Apr 25, 2011 4:19:45 PM


  2. To those hatin on the haters. You are no better. Apparently Gaga and her fans need to realize that to be truly about equality. You have to accept those who do not agree with you too.

    Posted by: Rob | Apr 25, 2011 4:21:38 PM


  3. I honestly don't care if she's "on our side." There is nothing genuine about her music, fashion, or image. I find no reason to assume that her support is genuine either. It's much more likely that she's merely pandering to the community just to stay afloat, and I'd rather not have shady "allies" that aren't even capable of standing on their own merit.

    Posted by: OMNOMNOM | Apr 25, 2011 4:35:01 PM


  4. Oh Lord. The "Truth or Dare" comments are about as inane as any of the negative comments directed towards Gaga that I've read in a quite a long time. Because, as we all know, Madonna invented the documentary, the concert special, being blonde, and black and white film.

    I can't wait for this special. And I'll be interested to see how her detractors react when they see what an unbelievable live performer she really is.

    Posted by: SKOC211 | Apr 25, 2011 4:55:43 PM


  5. How pathetic. Seriously. I can't believe some of the commenters on here are _sympathizing_ with her! She's basically asking for it. Whatever.

    If she weren't such an attention whore, maybe there wouldn't be a problem? Face it. Her music isn't what it used to be and she is losing fans everyday.

    Posted by: Sam | Apr 25, 2011 5:06:51 PM


  6. She needs a serious "HOE SIT DOWN!" What is bitching about, who is she fighting? The media love her she has tons of fans,almost all her single are number 1. She gets to fly everywhere around the world, Ain't no one fighting her! She can and does anything she wants. That's why his is all BS and contrived

    Posted by: Daveny | Apr 25, 2011 5:16:21 PM


  7. It is better to fail in originality than to succeed in imitation. H.M.

    Posted by: Rigo | Apr 25, 2011 5:17:02 PM


  8. oh PUH-LEEZ Mary, this 'ho - who is undoubtedly talented - was an acting student at one time and she just SCREEEEAMS it. as Ann Landers or Dear Abby used to say, quityourbitchin' - you did in three years what most people struggle for and never achieve in decades.

    the reason why she thinks she don't get no respect is because she's aware of her lameness and knows that she sold out because singer/songwriter, Stefani Germanotta would still be hustling for gigs at piano bars if she hadn't made such a drastic change. instead, she writes dance tunes with play-it-safe-hooks that are tried-and-true, dresses in costumes a la Grace Jones (when she's not in a bikini) and insists on keeping up the schtick at all times as a testament to her "art". honey, it's called show bizness - get over it and yourself. you made your deal with the devil, now STFU and dance, puppet, dance!

    Posted by: LeopardQween | Apr 25, 2011 6:10:11 PM


  9. She is going to premier her crap video in AI so you know it will be disney story and nothing scandalous. She is pathetic.

    Posted by: zxc | Apr 25, 2011 6:30:15 PM


  10. from youtube comments:

    >>All of you leaving negative comments are prime examples of people who will never be able to measure up. It is so unfathomable for you to think someone can't be this dedicated to their work, you have to pass it off as an act. The more you try to disprove her dedication, the more you reveal your insecurities. Keep it up, and you will have absolutely no chance at making such an impact as she has.<<

    Posted by: jj | Apr 25, 2011 6:50:50 PM


  11. There's always hate from old losers on here - This is the face of someone over-worked, tired, and stressed - but still pushing forward. Love her!

    Posted by: deanybeany | Apr 25, 2011 7:01:56 PM


  12. nothing new under the sun.everything her and nicola have done someone already done it before.she soo good only for kids

    Posted by: antonio | Apr 25, 2011 7:11:09 PM


  13. First World problems.

    Posted by: dot | Apr 25, 2011 8:41:59 PM


  14. It amuses an older (late 30something) gay like myself to see comments dismissing Madonna's "work" for the gays. Just the other day I was watching an interview promoting Truth or Dare waaaaaaaaaaaay back in 1991 in which Madonna very strongly speaks about gay rights and the AIDS crisis.

    I give props to Gaga for her chutzpah, her passion and her vocal support of LGBTQ issues. It's mostly ok for her to ape Madonna - it's a successful formula, so why not, provided she never slips into outright plagarism/rip-off. It might rub some folks the wrong way, but if the song's good and the video's fun, they can get over it.

    Posted by: Ben | Apr 25, 2011 10:05:41 PM


  15. Kingdom?! There's a sad belief. Anything to keep the PR machine rolling, I guess, which simply means more $$$.

    Posted by: E | Apr 25, 2011 10:12:40 PM


  16. waaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

    Posted by: pork | Apr 26, 2011 12:30:26 AM


  17. This is so transparent. Cry for the cameras saying "the kingdom of my fans"... " I just want to be Queen for you..." What does she know that will prompt people to say?

    "Don't cry Gaga you will always be my Queen."

    People are getting roped in hook line and sinker mistaking codependence for empowerment. Just study fame like she did and you'll become famous. Following her will always keep you in her shadow hoping, letting her do it for you.

    Posted by: Empress New Clothes | Apr 26, 2011 12:47:55 AM


  18. If you watch her hairdresser`s face when he`s shown you can see that he`s not as good an actor as she is. Genuine emotion my ass. She genuinely wants to be famous and she`ll give us all rim jobs if we keep her there.

    Posted by: Daniel | Apr 26, 2011 1:43:57 AM


  19. While I like Lady Gaga, this does not help with her detractors, if in fact she really cares about her 'kingdom'. The ego is a mighty fragile and at the same time powerful thing. In the age of 24/7 net blogs she has to expect this kind of backlash.

    I kept on thinking of that moment in Truth or Dare, when Warren Beatty says to Madonna that she lives for the camera, kind of get the same feeling here.

    Posted by: patrick nyc | Apr 26, 2011 8:26:36 AM


  20. Move away from the cocaine, Gaga.

    Posted by: Jimmi | Apr 26, 2011 10:30:23 PM



  21. So lady gag-a xerox thinks she's a loser?

    .....duh...

    Posted by: minx | Apr 30, 2011 12:29:18 AM


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