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Lady Gaga reveals bald head

Pop star Lady Gaga showed her bald head while performing on the Paul O’Grady chat show.



Gaga arrived on the show wearing a bobbed green wig which matched her fringed dress. She then promptly took off the wig revealing her bald head, and started the aptly-titled song ‘Hair’, placing her wig on a stand which was kept in front of her, reports dailymail.co.uk

Halfway through, she paused, grabbed her wig and put it back on her head as she finished the song.

Once the performance was over, she joined O’Grady for a chat and talked about the success of her new album “Born This Way”.

”I just can’t believe it, it’s such a dream come true and I was so nervous when I put the album out, I just wanted to make my fans so happy and wanted them to enjoy the music,” she said

 

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Married To A Trucker

“The most important thing in life is to learn how to give out love, and to let it come in.”




“The love that lasts the longest is the love that is never returned.”








 

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How is 10 000 red roses look like?

An anonymous love-sick guy sent a girl in China 10000 red roses at her dormitory. Funny thing is, she apparently doesn't know who sent it!



A small truck stopped near the women's dormitory, 4 guys carried a huge bouquet of 10,000 red roses





 

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A room in a $ 100 thousand

Money - is an art in the true sense of the word. In November last year, the German conceptual artist Hans-Peter Feldmann won a Hugo Boss, rewarding twice a year, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation for significant achievement in contemporary art. The winner also received 100,000 dollars.

Feldman decided to return the award to the museum using a completely unique way. The artist used the money, turning one of the rooms in the museum's art installation, covering its walls and ceiling of dollar bills.




Hans-Peter Feldmann was awarded the $100,000 Biennal Hugo Boss prize for his contributions to the contemporary art world. The 70-year-old Feldmann who’s art portfolio dates back close to 60 years found it appropriate to create a $100,000 installation utilizing all of his prize money at the Guggenheim New York. The pinned bills took approximately 13 days to post, taken from out-of-circulation currency. The exhibition will be available until November 2, 2011.


 

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