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Lady Gaga to star on “Doctor Who?”

HollywoodNews.com: Lady Gaga has been getting some flack from her simulated murder scene during a performance in England, but it looks like brighter skies are ahead for the pop star.

Gaga is hands down breaking the fashion scene and it looks like her unique looks may land her a television role. According to OK! Magazine, she may be starring on “Doctor Who.” They report that scripwriter Gareth Roberts said, “She is no stranger to dressing up and would be more than a match for the Doctor. It would be a great coup to get her.”

Apparently he already has a storyline ready for the pop star.

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  • June 5, 2010 | Permalink |


  • June 5, 2010 | Permalink |

    there’s nothing more annoying than going to a nightclub with a crowd of people Gaga Stephanie pays or admires that hire or use dj’s that play her, Michael Jackson and Madonna all night- its a drastic genre away from the music Miss Gaggie professed to pimp out (to seem “cool”) . She’s a bogus guidette, using the art community with a team of investors, researchers, and tech’s to assemble a productive marketing ploy to rake in bucks, while using homosexuals, especially, for gratuity purposes. And if your curious, Miss Gag-Me-QT Act, dress up fun girl “from the block”, first admonished a highly prolific list of inspirations, such as Yoko Ono, Nine Inch Nails, Joy Division- but all of a sudden she has a karaoke history with Brittney Spears, Elton John and McDonna. Really ho- ya know.
    Did she admit she lies in interviews? “She” reminds of Sarah Palin and John McCain-with their pre-scripted media campaigns written by screwed up C.I.A. employee’s. Did you hire a new stylist honey?

  • June 6, 2010 | Permalink |

    What Gareth Roberts said, in full:

    “Steven spoke to me at the BBC Talent Party just after he’d taken the job. He said, ‘I’ll be asking you for an episode – why don’t you do The Lodger?’ When I saw him for a proper meeting, he’d forgotten that, and we went off on a completely different tack. After I’d done another script – which might end up on screen one day, or as an audio play in 2030 guest starring Lady Gaga, who will have fallen on hard times – I suggested The Lodger again, to give the execs more options. That’s common practice in TV, to have a spread of scripts to choose from.”

    He was making a joke!

    OK Magazine have taken a made up quote from the Daily Star and attributed it to him. Which is even worse than what the Star did, which is a wilful misreading of the quote above.

    The story is a lie. It has no basis in fact or even rumour.

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