It has been announced that Lady Gaga will make a special appearance on ‘The Graham Norton Show’ in the near future following Sir Cliff Richard pulling out due to scheduling clashes.
While Sir Cliff has pulled out of the show at present it has been confirmed he will appear on the series at some point when such clashes won’t occur.
Lady Gaga though is a pretty big deal for any chat show host – though we’re sure she has been on them all at some point.
However she’s close to releasing her new album ‘ARTPOP’ and Lady Gaga is always very interesting to watch, people will tune in to see what she’s wearing or not wearing and to see what she says about various matters.
It has been confirmed that she will appear on ‘The Graham Norton Show’ on BBC 1 on the 8th of November and while she will be interviewed by Graham she’ll also perform – something from her new album we’d assume.
‘ARTPOP’ will be released the same day (November 8th) and earlier today Lady Gaga released another track from the album called ‘Venus’ (which you can hear below).
The Official Charts Company explained recently that her next single ‘Do What U Want’ will NOT chart for the time being. In an interview with MTV News they said:
“Lady Gaga’s Do What U Want (featuring R Kelly) will become chart eligible once the related album pre-order promotion ends.”
“Official Chart rules, as agreed in committee with the British music industry, allow one ‘instant grat’ promotion per album, i.e a single track download given away as an album pre-order incentive,”
They also added: “Do What U Want is the second track to be delivered to fans who pre-order ARTPOP, the track will become eligible to chart once the current chosen promotional period ends and the full album is released on 11 November.”
If you haven’t done so yet then make sure you get ‘ARTPOP’ on preorder also from the 4th of November you’ll be able to stream the album on iTunes ahead of the official launch.
While you’re here have a listen to the preview of ‘Venus’ below which Lady Gaga revealed to the world earlier today.