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6Lady Gaga Can Vomit on Stage Too!

Following in the illustrious footsteps of Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga took some time out of a recent concert to puke all over the place.

But seriously, that’s a lot of vomit, isn’t it? I don’t think I’ve ever thrown up that much in my whole entire life, except maybe once back in 2009 on the side of the interstate. But you know what’s truly remarkable? How she manages keep right on singing when she’s vomiting that much. It’s cute how she goes right back to dancing and performing, but it’s really something how she keeps on singing. Especially since she’s the girl who once said this:

“I never lip sync, I never have lip synced and I never will. And as long as you’re paying money to buy a ticket to see my show, I’m not gonna waste your God damn time watching some bitch lip sync or wave through an HBO special.”

It’s suspicious, that’s all. It’s just suspicious.

October 8, 2012 at 6:30 am by Emily
Filed Under: Lady Gaga

6 Responses to “Lady Gaga Can Vomit on Stage Too!”

  1. Harriet Meadow says:

    I love Lady Gaga, but man, her hypocrisy is really unattractive. And I don’t even care if performers (if they’re performers who dance a lot) lip synch.

  2. Chaz says:

    This is hilarious… Homegirl was horkin’!!! The funniest was at the end when she does the thumb to mouth wipe, like it never happened. I’m guessing she’s had a ton of practice with “shots on goal” if you know what I mean.

  3. Marla says:

    Photo shopped.

    • Harriet Meadow says:

      I considered that at first, but if it is photoshopped, then that is some WEIRD-ASS choreography she’s doing.

  4. Maggie says:

    Wow. I felt sorry for Bieber and I feel sorry for her too. This is awful. And props to both of them for keep performing. I know I would’ve ran off the stage.

  5. Roma says:

    Um, she didn’t lipsynch, that is called a backing track; she sings live.

    Britney fantards keep wishing every other singer is lower than their favorite.

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