Lady GaGa reveals her dreams of domesticity

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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

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She's Mother Monster to her legions of fans, but Lady GaGa has revealed that that she dreams of having a family of her own one day. In a new, candid interview with Oprah Winfrey on her show Oprah's Next Chapter, GaGa, 25, chatted openly about becoming a mother one day. She was also joined for what she claims will be her last interview 'for a long time' by her mother Cynthia, who admitted that she and GaGa's father thought their eldest daughter had 'a screw loose.' "Yes, I want kids, I want a soccer team and I want a husband," she said in the special, which airs Sunday on Winfrey's OWN cable network. Wearing a scarlet trench coat with her blonde hair tumbling in large curls, GaGa — who is dating Vampire Diaries actor Taylor Kinney — added: "Yeah, I do. Well, you know, I'm being superfluous. I don't want to have one kid. I want to have a few." Lady GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta, who is currently planning her Born This Way world tour, added that it won't happen anytime soon, however. "I want to experience that," indicating a baby bump with her hands and laughing, "(but) not yet."

Most of the special was filmed in Gaga's native New York City at her childhood home, where her mother joined her. Cynthia admitted she started worrying about her daughter's mental health after watching one of her typically eccentric performances. Footage was also filmed at Harvard University last month, where the singer and the chat show behemoth launched Gaga's Born This Way Foundation. She was filmed at the launch saying: "I just have one thing to say before we get started: We got Oprah! Thank you from all of us -- from my entire team, from my mother, from the bottom of the hearts of so many people who believe in what we're doing today."

— Daily Mail

Miniature Material Girl

Lourdes Leon is literally a chip off the old fashion block. The 15-year-old has been slowly but surely morphing into mother Madonna. She looked exactly like her superstar mother as she stepped out in New York City recently. She wore a cropped white top that exposed her midriff and a see-through black skirt that could be described as both funky and sexy. Lourdes kept the outfit cool with her choice of accessories, pairing a studded grey bag with black motorcycle boots. She looked like a rocker with the plethora of bracelets and rings she wore, but kept the rest of her jewellery — a gold pendant and dainty earrings — simple. Madonna, 53, has been displaying her blonde ambition for quite some time, but she was born with brunette locks that looked like Lourdes'. The teenager hasn't yet experimented with her hair like her mother has, though she clearly is a fan of trying different kinds of make-up. Though her complexion appeared to be flawless and natural, she did show off a bold cat's eye with thick liner. The Girl Gone Wild singer herself often wears a similar look these days. The mother and daughter look-a-likes are also co-creators of the teenage-influenced Material Girl fashion line which is sold exclusively at Macy's. In other fashion news, the queen of pop will launch a footwear collection in the fall. It will have a massive range of 60 styles, including flats, heels and boots, which will sell for $89 to $349.

— Daily Mail

Scout Willis puts Twitter controversy behind her

After creating a furore around her profane — but apparently fictional — statements on Twitter, celebrity progeny Scout Willis has raised her head above the parapet once again. But this time the 20-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis made a stir for all the right reasons, as she took to the stage and sung her heart out with her new band. Sporting a chic blonde bob, Scout appeared last night with her new band Gus + Scout at Manhattan's Rockwood Music Hall. The titular Gus of the band is Edward Augustus 'Gus' Wenner, son of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner. According to People magazine, Wenner's fond of his Hollywood daughters as he was reportedly in a band in 2009 with another Brown student, Steven Spielberg's daughter Sasha. It's no doubt from Willis that the girls get their musical leaning. Their father has been singing the blues for years, and is a huge fan of Otis Redding — the artist that both girls covered, Rumer closed with Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay. He even released his own album, with a cover of The Drifters classic Under the Boardwalk that reached No 2 in the UK charts in 1987. Scout's show certainly reflected her father's tastes. People magazine report that the band: "Kicked off the show with the bluesy, upbeat Me and James." They added: "Willis motioned to the sound staff that her mic was too loud. Indeed, Willis's forceful high notes did sound at first like she had something to prove. She needn't have been so concerned. If any doubts existed whether Willis could soften it up, she put them to rest with the emotional ballad, Don't Bother You Much." They report that a crowd of about 50 people including DJ Samantha Ronson watched, Lindsay Lohan's ex even shouted: "You guys are doing great!" Willis reacted by giggling with her bandmates, showing no signs of jitters. She finished up her short set with a cover Otis Redding's These Arms of Mine.

— Daily Mail





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