Here comes GaGa

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Who’s on top of the pop-star heap right now? The best argument for pop supremacy right now belongs to the phenomenal Lady GaGa, she of the architecturally dazzling wardrobe.

GaGa is hitting the road and has just booked a concert at the HP Pavilion in San Jose. The date is Aug. 16 and tickets go on sale Friday. Ticket prices range from $49.50 to $175. And that doesn’t count your outfit.

In case you haven’t seen it yet, here’s GaGa’s latest video masterwork, a duet with Beyonce, and be warned — given GaGa’s reputation for revealing “clothing” (and we use the word loosely), this one is certainly PG-13:

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3 thoughts on “Here comes GaGa

  1. At nearly 4,250 meters (14,000 feet) above the Pacific Ocean, atop the extinct volcano Mauna Kea on the “Big Island” of Hawaii, the twin Keck telescopes are the world’s largest optical instruments. The near-perfect ten-meter-diameter mirror of each of the Kecks is made up of an array of thirty-six individual, hexagonal segments, each positioned to within a millionth of an inch. Although the thin air above Mauna Kea is quite clear and stable, the small amount of atmospheric distortion remaining even at this high altitude is compensated for by a system called adaptive optics, which actively controls each mirror segment. The Hubble Telescope, by contrast, is superior to even the Keck telescope in that it is located in space and thus does not suffer from atmospheric interferences and aberrations that distort images, and can thus be considered the most powerful optical instrument. If you were somehow able to place one of the Keck telescopes inside of the Hubble Telescope, it is still rather unlikely that you could detect my slightest interest in what Lady Gaga might or might not do in the world’s largest strip-mall that we affectionately know as San Jose.

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