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Sherry Vine and Milan Perform Lady Gaga Parody 'Pay What U Want': VIDEO

Sherry Vine and Milan

Drag entertaner Sherry Vine takes to the stage with Milan with "Pay What U Want", a parody of Lady Gaga's "Do What U Want (featuring R. Kelly)" with Sherry as Lady Caca and Milan as R. Kelly, complete with obligatory piss joke. 

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Lady Gaga and Christina Aguilera Perform 'Do What U Want' on 'The Voice' Finale: VIDEO


Christina Aguilera joined Lady Gaga for a surprise performance of "Do What U Want" on last night's finale of The Voice. The collaboration was the first time the two had ever met.

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1479

GEESE TSUNAMI: Good way to describe it.

MECHANEU: A very cool 3D-printed object.

PILE-UP: Highway 41/45 in Wisconsin was shut down on Sunday after becoming a slip and slide.

LADY GAGA: An acoustic version of "Applause" in Japan.

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1478

SHERLOCK: A trailer for season three.

AVICII: "Hey Brother".

PAUL CROUCH: Honest eulogy for the co-founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network.

LADY GAGA: Visit's Alan Carr's Chatty Man.

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News: One Direction, Fukushima, Prince William, ‘Group of Death’

Brian RoadDid you want a blunt with that?

Road One Direction will be on SNL this weekend. Teenage glee said to be near all-time highs.

Road Reports of his death have been greatly exaggerated

Road PETA upset over use of rodents in erectile dysfunction studies.

Road Lady Gaga gives her best impression of a Picasso.

Road Amidst rumors of retirement, Britney Jean Spears releases a teaser trailer for "Perfume."

Road Government panel in Japan urges continued use of nuclear power despite Fukushima disaster.

Road It would appear Grindr users might not be far off in their prediction as to who will be the next celebrity train wreck.

Road In case you missed it, his name is Michael Campayno.

Road Gabby Giffords starts PAC to boost Senators that favor gun control.

Road Reunited and it feels so good.

Road For those of you who love a man in uniform

PrinceRoad 'The Sound of Music' brought in NBC's biggest ratings in 4 years.

Road From Texas to Tennessee, much of the country is covered in ice.

Road Do you think their names are Naughty and Nice? 

Road Remembering Mandela: three films you can watch for free about the legendary freedom fighter.

Road US Soccer team draws Group G for 2014 World Cup. Panic ensues. "In 20 years, there hasn’t been a harder Group of Death."

Lady Gaga Urges Boycott of Sochi Olympics


Amidst congratulations to British diver Tom Daley on his recent coming out, Lady Gaga recently shared her feelings on the Olympics, in particular why she's advocating for a boycott of Sochi. From The Independent:

“I don’t think that we should be going to the Olympics at all,” she told Alan Carr on his Channel 4 show Chatty Man.

“I mean, I would never take anything away from [the athlete’s] hard work, I just think it is absolutely wrong for so many countries to send money and economy in the way of a country that doesn’t support gays.”

“They pepper spray and beat them in Russia,” she added.

Despite the fact that Daley, a diver, does not compete in the Winter Olympics, she continued: “It made me very sad to see the pain that some of the gay kids are in in Russia, and for the world to send their finest for the Olympics… I can’t, it just feels so wrong and sad. I hate saying that, because I’m so excited for those like Tom Daley to go and to win and to rejoice.”

Asked whether she would ever go back to the country for a visit, she said: “I don’t think I’m even allowed in anymore because I screamed ‘I’m gay, arrest me’ on stage last time I was there, so…”

Last December, amidst fears that her show would prominently feature "gay propaganda," Gaga told a crowd in Moscow, "You can be gay in my house."


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