Purrfect – Lana Del Rey cuddles with a cute cat on the latest issue of Rolling Stone, shot by photographer Theo Wenner. The Summertime Sadness singer spoke to writer Brian Hiatt about a few things, including not being herself lately:
“Well, I feel f**king crazy. But I don’t think I am. People make me feel crazy. I find that most people I meet figure I kind of want to kill myself anyway. So, it comes up every time.” [Read more…] about Lana Del Rey Covers Rolling Stone Magazine
Lady Gaga covers Rolling Stone Magazine
Pop-monster Lady Gaga brings back her hair bow on the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine, looking ravishingly reflective .“Being myself in public was very difficult. I was being poked and probed and people would actually touch me and touch my clothes and be like, ‘What the f— is that,’ just so awful. It was like I was being bullied by music lovers, because they couldn’t possibly believe that I was genuine.” shared Mother Monster. [Read more…] about Lady Gaga covers Rolling Stone Magazine
Lady Gaga Covers Rolling Stone… again
Lady GaGa graces the cover of Rolling Stone magazine for the second time. The “Alejandro” singer look fabulous locked and loaded with a gun bra for the latest July cover of the magazine.
“When I wake up in the morning, I feel just like any other insecure 24-year-old girl. Then I say, ‘B***h, you’re Lady Gaga, you get up and and walk the walk today.'” – Lady Gaga tells Rolling Stone.
That scares me for her, these women have so much pressure to be characters in the industry..i’m hoping it’s not consuming her. It’s like she never turns off being ‘gaga’. [Read more…] about Lady Gaga Covers Rolling Stone… again
Megan Fox outtakes form Rolling Stone
Japan gets all the cool things before we get them in the States. Megan Fox did a sexy photoshoot for Japanese Rolling Stone in January 2008. Well a bunch of outtakes from that shoot have hit the web and they are even sexier than what appeared in the issue. Enjoy the pictures of Megan and her tattoos. [Read more…] about Megan Fox outtakes form Rolling Stone