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A couple of weeks ago, we told you about Baby Gaga ice cream (made from real breast milk) and how the makers were issued with legal papers threatening to sue for using the name Gaga.

Well, the creators of the ice cream have responded to Lady Gaga’s lawyers with some rebranding suggestions that are more than a little tongue in cheek.

Here are some of the alternative names they suggested.

Baby O’Gaga, in honour of St Patrick’s Day. Sounds familiar? Rhymes with Radio Gaga.

Gelato Germanotta – Inspired by your client’s Italian roots. After all, What’s wrong with using her own name?

JellyBaby Gaga – Your legal threats sent us a bit wobbly.

The Cry Baby – Rocks in the corner crying over spilt milk

The Dons Gaga – Genuine name of a woman who lives in South London. A real lady.

Baby Goo Goo Ga Ga Goo Goo Ga Ga Goo Goo Ga Ga – As dictated by our gurgling two year old legal advisor.

HAHAHA I love it!!!

It is only right that they responded in such a humorous way considering the ridiculousness of the claims Gaga is making against their company… should we also stop saying “I’m going gaga!” – I said that way before the Gaga even became a lady!

Kim 😉

I’ve never been a crazy fan of music videos — you now, those who actually watch MuchMusic just for that. I’ve always love Pop-Up Videos ’cause I learned cool stuff while watching, but ya… I am not one who will be all excited to see the new music video for such & such song (I have yet to see the new Lady Gaga video despite the hype).
Well, I fell on this video this morning and loved it’s creativity!
From One Republic’s new album Waking Up (now on iTunes), here is the video for their new single Good Life:
I like it! It’s original!
Kim 😉
I’ve enjoyed her music and she is definetely someone that gives me plenty to say on my radio show but I always thought she was a bit much and tried to provoke too much. HOWEVER, the Lady Gaga I saw in this video is definitely a person I admire! Actually, I think we might have seen a bit more of Stefani and a little less of Gaga here… but she is winning me over a bit!
Thursday, as she performed in Toronto, Lady Gaga brought on stage Winnipeg’s YouTube sensation Maria Aragon to duet with on Born This Way. Watch it (the girl recording sings at first and drowns Maria but continue listening to hear her super voice!):
Thumbs up first off to Maria–a packed Toronto arena and she was as cool as a cucumber! What a superstar! Secondly, thumbs up to Lady Gaga for showing us how role models can influence us and how one self-less moment can be a turning point in a child’s life!
I admire Lady Gaga after watching this. I was scared it would be for publicity, but she REALLY was touched by this little monster. Good on her!
Kim 😉
… she was a Sopranos extra!!!
Lady Gaga’s appearance on a 2001 episode of “The Sopranos” (season 3 ep. 9) has surfaced online, showing the world a 15-year-old Stefani Germanotta who didn’t have to do much more than laugh!
In her cameo role, Gaga and her gal-pals are trying to look sexy in cropped sweaters, smoking cigarettes and flirting with boys! They
help Tony Soprano’s son, A.J., get into some trouble at the school pool.
She’s a much better singer than actress, that’s for sure!
Kim 😉

Do you need a soundtrack to your Father’s day? Not only can this be a very cute gift, but it could be entertaining for this special day years to come; a CD of songs about dads!

It’s really to make, taking you only about an hour to find the songs online, download them and voila! How fun of an idea is that!

Here a couple of great “dad songs: that could be including on your Daddy Compilation:

– These are about dysfuntional fathers, but hey! They are good songs anyways–we are not doing a soundtrack to your dad’s life, just a daddy-in-general inspired CD!! Papa was a Rolling Stone (Temptations) & Cats in the Cradle (Harry Chapin).

You have to throw in some Madonna– Papa Don’t Preach –and Lady Gaga– Speechless (written for her dad to encourage him to get the open heart surgery he needed). A Boy Named Sue (Johnny Cash) is also a good pick and The Living Years (Mike + The Mechanics) reminds you about things can go unsaid until it’s too late. Just pick up the phone. Or send a text. Whatever!! haha A life lesson while making the CD!

OF COURSE, you need to add in the tear jerkers: My Old Man (Ian Dury and the Blockheads), Song For Dad (Keith Urban), Dance with My Father (Luther Vandross), My Father’s Eyes (Eric Clapton) and Father and Son (Cat Stevens).

Did you know that  Wake Me Up When September Ends by Green Day was about dads? Don’t be fooled by the video, in which a teen loses her boyfriend at war. Apparently, it’s a memorial to Billie Joe Armstrong’s father, who died of cancer when Billie was 10 years old.

Finally, my favorite: Daddy by Beyonce. It’s about how Dad has always been there and nobody else could ever replace him. Even if heart broken, it won’t matter! You already have ”a man in my life that can’t be replaced. For this love is unconditional, it won’t go away,”! I love it! 

There you go! A great daddy cd!!

Kim 😉

“Look what I did last night. Little monsters forever, on the arm that holds my mic. xx”

That is what Lady Gaga had to say about her new tattoo honoring her fans, a.k.a little monsters!

Check it out:

Awwwwww! lol

Sulli 😉

Some of the biggest names in music came out last night (Sunday, Jan31) for the 52nd annual Grammy Awards. The ladies ruled the evening — with Beyonce and Taylor Swift both taking home top honors!

Beyonce led the pack with 10 nods & ended up making history for the most wins by a female artist in a single Grammy night by scoring six trophies (incl. song of the year for “Single Ladies”). Swift entered with eight nominations and left with four, including one of the event’s most prestigious awards — album of the year! Not sure I understand that win, but hey…

Other big winners: Kings of Leon scored record of the year for “Use Somebody.” The Black Eyed Peas won three awards, including best pop vocal album for The E.N.D., and Jay-Z took home three –one for best rap solo performance and two awards for “Run This Town” with Rihanna and Kanye West (who was a no show).


1) Lady Gaga & Elton John’s duet:

2) Pink should be part of Cirque du Soleil:

3) Green Day scored big singing with the cast of their Broadway version of American Idiot (and with a Grammy for Best Rock Album):

Finally, special mention goes to the duet of Mary J Blige and Andrea Bocelli — a song that can be downloaded for Haiti relief and just poured chills down my spine:

There you go! Grammy Awards 2010 in a nut shell!

Sulli 😉