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GaGa vs. Madonna & Babs

| Filed under: MadonnaMedia MinuteBarbra StreisandLady GaGa

And the winners are…GaGa, Madonna, AND Babs, obvi!

Check out the video (above) that showcases our three fave divas taking charge during 60 Minutes interviews.

We see nothing wrong with their behavior at all! If a chair isn't working out, or if lights are in the wrong place then it's important to take charge, right ladies???

Ha!

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2 comments to “GaGa vs. Madonna & Babs”



  1. 1

    Mariah Still Queen of Pop Debuts

    Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" rockets to a record-setting debut on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart. The first single and title track from the star's third studio album storms Pop Songs at No. 14 with 4,602 plays, according to Nielsen BDS.

    By launching at No. 14, "Born" logs the second-highest start in the Pop Songs list's archives. Only Mariah Carey's "Dreamlover" began at a higher rank, having soared in at No. 12 the week of Aug. 14, 1993. Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me" and Madonna's "Frozen" follow with No. 16 arrivals.
    Source: Billboard



  2. 2

    Mariah Still Queen of Pop Debuts

    ~Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" rockets to a record-setting debut on Billboard's Pop Songs radio airplay chart. The first single and title track from the star's third studio album storms Pop Songs at No. 14 with 4,602 plays, according to Nielsen BDS.

    By launching at No. 14, "Born" logs the second-highest start in the Pop Songs list's archives. Only Mariah Carey's "Dreamlover" began at a higher rank, having soared in at No. 12 the week of Aug. 14, 1993. Britney Spears' "Hold It Against Me" and Madonna's "Frozen" follow with No. 16 arrivals.
    Source: Billboard