Monday, October 17, 2011

Lady GaGa makes to Marilyn Monroe singing "Bill Romance"

Since Marilyn Monroe's memorable birthday song for John F. Kennedy in 1962 to try the stars and starlets always with an equally pleasurable breathy "Happy Birthday Mr. President" to flay impression - of course with much less success.

The most recent example of such a birthday serenade-misstep is probably Hilary Swank's appearance before the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov, the way she has since officially apologized.

But besides all the painful imitation, of course, there's still Lady GaGa ... At this point I have my own personal opinion about the eccentric pop queen once put into the background, and recognize that it has on it damn it.

For some time it is celebrated as the most successful artist of our time and with this performance she has wiedermal proved that the well also so true. In addition to musical greats like Bono and Stevie Wonder joined them on the 10th anniversary of "A Decade of Difference," the Clinton Foundation and - simultaneously - on post Birthday Gala from ex-President Bill Clinton, who on 19 August was 65 years old.

The GaGa performed for the former head of state appropriately elegant, but still gaga enough to not be boring. This seemed successful, for their statement that they had witnessed degree of its first "Marilyn moment" and to "Bad" to "Bill Romance" revised text line, brought the leaders side by side with his wife and daughter schunkelte, to laughter. Everything right, I'd say. Here's the proof:

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