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Lady Gaga with Ellen DeGeneres and Monster Ball with Mark Kanemura

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“The whole point of what I do – The Monster Ball, the music, the performance aspect of it – I want to create a space for my fans where they can feel free and they can celebrate,”

It’s all about letting people who don’t fit in know that someone out there is fine with who they are – and that other people have gone through the same thing.”

This is really who I am, and it took a long time to be okay with that. Maybe in high school you,  Ellen, you feel discriminated against. Like you don’t fit in and you want to be like everyone else, but not really,  and in the inside you want to be like Boy George  – well, I did anyway.   So I want my fans to know that it’s okay.   Sometimes in life you don’t always feel like a winner,  but that doesn’t mean you’re not a winner, you want to be like yourself. I want my fans to know it’s okay.”

~Lady Gaga speaking on Ellen

Lady Gaga recently appeared on Ellen DeGeneres’ TV show.    She spoke of one of the deeper motivations that fuel her art. During her high school years,   she did not feel she fit in with the other students. She felt like a “freak” and very alone. With that deep wound in her heart, s  he decided to use her art to make others feel accepted, no matter who they are and how they expressed themselves.

Creating a place,  like a Camelot,  where it is ok to be yourself,  is an admirable goal for Lady Gaga. One of our deepest needs as human beings is to feel part of a group or part of something that is greater than us. In the past human beings had to be part of a tribe to survive. If we feel alone and ostracized by the group, it can make us feel like we are going to die,   as we need the group to survive. That is why bullying is so dangerous as it is prolonged ostracization of an individual from their peer group.

This talented writer,  singer,  dancer,  performer and fashion creator,  at the young age of 23,  is using her fame to reach out to those who are suffering inside their hearts. Recently she spoke at the National Equality March in D.C., and performed at a Human Rights Campaign dinner, using her celebrity voice, so that others may feel accepted in this world. We commend her for letting her heart direct her vision and helping those who may be hurting in the world.

Lady GaGa is to appear at this year’s Royal Variety Performance on December 7th at Blackpool’s Opera House ,   playing to an audience that will include the Queen. Perhaps the Queen even needs to express herself some days.   Bravo Lady Gaga.

In case you can’t be part of her show, this is an amazing clip of her Live on November 27th, in her “The Monster Ball”, show in Montreal. What is really interesting is that the male dancer we see to our right, is Mark Kanemura, one of the finalists from “So You Think You Can Dance”  ( Season 4),  who is on the tour also. In this clip they perform, “Bad Romance”.

We thanketh Lady Gaga for continuing to explode on the music scene and bringing her herte along for the ride.

Loving Bad Romance,

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot

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4 Responses to “Lady Gaga with Ellen DeGeneres and Monster Ball with Mark Kanemura”

  1. payday loans says:

    Nice blog at I just found out that Lady Gaga planned to perform at Houston Toyota Center twice on the 25th and 26th of July. Ticket will be available starting April 16 and I am planning to go!!!

  2. I sincerely adore Lady Gaga and her strange dresses although she definitely let herself down this time being seen out in see through undergarments.

  3. Lady Sharon says:


    I thank thee for letting all of us know Lady Gaga’s schedule as she is such an amazing force in the music industry. I hope that you will be able to see her.

    Fare thee well,

    Lady Sharon

  4. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Terra,

    Lady Gaga has set such high standards for fashion as she has an innate vision of a brilliant artist. I can understand why you might feel let down. Perhaps she does not always have time to focus on her wardrobe. I thank thee for riding by Camelot.

    May fashion be with thee,
    Lady Sharon