Lady Gaga is almost 24 hours away from opening this years iTunes Festival and the star has been extremely busy with rehearsals releasing a few videos of footage ahead of her return to the UK.
Taking part in various interviews this week Lady Gaga also spoke about not getting involved in the whole controversy with Miley Cyrus and said that she doesn’t like to pass judgement.
Returning last Sunday to the stage with her new single ‘Applause’ Lady Gaga wowed fans across the world with her performance and the rate she lost clothes within that short time.
Also performing at the MTV VMAs that same night was Miley Cyrus and we’re sure almost a week later you’ll have heard and seen something to do with it so we won’t go on about that performance again, too much.
In short, Miley Cyrus appeared on stage in very little and “sang” her song ‘We Can’t Stop’ and then sung along with Robin Thicke on his track ‘Blurred Lines’. She also twerked and danced suggestively quite a bit as well.
Lady Gaga spoke to The Sun Newspaper recently and spoke about not getting involved in the controversy.
“I don’t like to pass judgement on Miley Cyrus. Generally, people need to lighten up about pop music, it’s about entertainment.”
The ‘Applause’ star went on to say: “It is here to make you smile and make you happy. Especially in America there is an excessive dragging of female artists and I don’t want to contribute to that. I do things that are polarising sometimes but that’s what it’s all about.”
Lady Gaga also spoke to the British Newspaper about One Direction who at the MTV VMAs appeared to get booed as they went to collect an award to which Lady Gaga walked out and met the boys backstage for a little talk.
The superstar said: “I can’t put the One Direction boys in order of my favourites, they are all equally cute in my book. Those boys are very special indeed, they are down to earth. I met them backstage properly at the MTV Awards and they are nice guys.
She added: “They are totally in it for the right reasons and I Iove to see that. You can tell the difference.”
The iTunes Festival kicks off tomorrow night and will run for the full month with performances each night being streamed through iTunes and on various other platforms.
Lady Gaga kicks off the festival and has said fans can expect at least seven new tracks from her upcoming album ‘ARTPOP’.
Watch the official video for ‘Applause’ which is taken from her upcoming album ‘ARTPOP’ due out on the 11th of November.