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Mother Monster: Lady Gaga lands role in American Horror Story: Hotel

Lady Gaga may have looked angelic whilst performing at the Oscars on Sunday night, but we all know that she’s a little monster at heart. It seems only fitting then that she’s landed a role in the upcoming series of American Horror Story. The producers have been tight-lipped about the fifth season of the popular FX show, merely revealing that the title will be American Horror Story: Hotel.

The star took to Twitter to share the news, posting a black and white video of herself in a mask and body cover, revealing her face as she says the name of the upcoming season. It’s not known what role Gaga has, but with Jessica Lange supposedly having quit the show, there’s room for another big player.

Speaking to E! News last year, Lange said, "You know, I told him that we would sit down and have a long conversation when this was over. In a way this character is so great, I don't know how you top Elsa Mars. I really—in deference to Ryan, who I love dearly and who I respect beyond—I have n…

Katy Perry - The Prismatic World Tour to Macao in May

MUMBAI: International superstar, Katy Perry, has announced today that she will bring The Prismatic World Tour to Macao on 1-2 May.This tour is presented by The Venetian Macao and AEG Live, and sponsored by Citi.She will be touring in support of Prism, which debuted at number one on The Billboard 200.  The platinum album has given Katy her biggest ever single with 'Roar', while ‘Dark Horse’ just became her lucky 13th Top Ten hit on The Billboard Hot 100.

Tickets for the show go on sale starting 17 February  through Cotai Ticketing, HK Ticketing and Kong Seng and are priced from MOP 380 to MOP 1,680.

Citi is the official card of The Prismatic World Tour, and will offer its card members a 3-day presale.  This advance purchase period will run from 10 am 10 February  to 10 pm 12 February.

“We are absolutely delighted to be able to bring artists of the caliber of Katy Perry to The Venetian Macao's Cotai Arena," said Scott Messinger, SVP of Marketing, Sands China Ltd. “We ar…

Ariana Grande Posted a video on Instagram

How much does Joey owe Chandler? One 'Friends' fan did the math

Even with a rent-controlled apartment, living in downtown Manhattan is incredibly expensive. In season 8's “The One Where Rachel is Late,” Joey tries to figure out just how much he owes Chandler for keeping him financially afloat the past three years. When he sees the enormous figure, he hurriedly reassures Chandler that all has been forgiven and calls it even.

A curious Redditor wanted to know the actual amount Joey owed, so he posed the question to the They Did the Math subreddit. Within 24 hours, the world had its answer.


He then says 3 years worth of rent, utilities, and food. They live in Manhattan in a nice area of The Village, in a 2 bedroom, 1 bath, apartment on one of the upper levels. That is a very expensive location to live in; today an apartment like that would cost around $5000 a month easily, using Zillow.com as a guide (and I'm low balling it assuming they got a good deal). Using an online dollar appreciation site, and using the year 1997, i found that $5000 woul…

Ariana Grande is launching her first fragrance

Watch out Katy Perry, Britney Spears, and Lady Gaga - Ariana Grande is joining the competitive market of celebrity fragrances with her debut perfume for her female fans.

That's right, the 21-year-old singer songwriter is launching her first fragrance and we imagine it'll smell sweet and gorgeous, just like her. We're expecting pretty packaging, too - and possibly a slightly sexy ad campaign.




No details have come through as yet about Ariana Grande's new fragrance, but we here it's scheduled to be released September 2015 but as soon as we know more we will keep you updated.

Ariana recently said in a magazine interview that she's a "fragrance girl. I love perfumes, body sprays; I love lotions that smell really good."

When asked about her favourites, she said: "...I think my top are Flowerbomb, the Trish McEvoy Sexy No. 9 - I love that, the blackberry and vanilla one - there's a Givenchy one that I love, I think it's called Hot Couture. I love th…

Big Sean and Ariana Grande premiere new collaboration 'Research'

Big Sean and Ariana Grande have shared their collaboration online.

'Research' appears as a bonus track on the rapper's new album Dark Sky Paradise and features vocals from Grande.



The track sees Big Sean namecheck the likes of Chris Brown and Drake.

Grande and Big Sean previously teamed up for the 'Break Free' singer's tracks 'Right There' and 'Best Mistake'.

The rapper has also unveiled album track 'Blessings', which features Kanye West and Drake.

Dark Sky Paradise will be released via GOOD Music, Def Jam and Roc Nation on February 24.

Meanwhile, Grande's new music video for 'One Last Time' has been accused of plagiarism by an Australian group.

Listen to Big Sean's 'Win Some, Lose Some' below:



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Phantom Dust Xbox One's Developer Shuttered, But Development Continues

Microsoft claims the game remains in development.


Microsoft has cut ties with Darkside Games, the studio responsible for the new Xbox One game Phantom Dust, resulting in the studio's shutdown, according to a new report by Kotaku.

The Florida-based independent studio reportedly laid off its staff after Microsoft canceled the version of Phantom Dust it was working on. In a statement to GameSpot, a Microsoft spokesperson didn't address the closure, stating, "Microsoft partnered with Dark side Game Studios in the development of Phantom Dust, but our working relationship has now ended. We have great respect for their studio and their work in the industry."

The spokesperson then went on to confirm that Phantom Dust is still coming: "While we do not have anything new to share on Phantom Dust at this time, we can confirm that development of the title continues. We look forward to sharing more details on the game as we get closer to release."

As for when that relea…

‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Is Getting Popular ‘Gun Game’ Mode

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is one of the most popular games in the long-running series. Advanced Warfare is constantly at or near the top of the sales charts and got a boost with the launch of the brand new Advanced Warfare DLC, Havoc. Now Advanced Warfare is going to be even better thanks to the announcement that it will be getting the multi player Gun Game that has been featured in a number of Call of Duty titles.
Cinema Blend reports that Sledgehammer co-founder Michael Condrey teased the announcement of Gun Game with a tweet on Friday in which he showed off a picture of a Gun Game match loading screen. This particular mode was first introduced in Call of Duty: Black Ops and was incredibly popular. Now that it’s coming to Advanced Warfare that popularity will likely be stoked.

If the mode is similar in Advanced Warfare as it is in other games, then six players will start off with just a pistol as their weapon. Players don’t get to choose the loadout when they start off. Once the …

Notches and Quivers: Arrow proves Team Arrow is better without Arrow

Since Esther seems to have pulled an Oliver, I've decided to bring back my Arrow recap for the week.* So: Arrow 3x13 Uprising, the finale of a three parter an episode coming on the heels of an excellent episode and mostly terrible one, manages to be just so-so, mostly because we don't dwell very much on the credulity straining main plot in favour of some great character moments. It's official: we've hit Arrow's midseason slump.

Some parts of this episode worked and some of them really didn't. The flashbacks to the time where Tommy's mother was killed were a nice surprise and they worked very well. Merlyn has been a bit of a cartoon villain so far, helped along by John Barrow hamming it up. And it worked, but it's nice to flesh out the character a little more. What didn't work: Attempting to sell us Melyn actually caring about someone else for a change. He's still a fucking psychopath, even his wife's death is all about what he lost and his an…

Game of Thrones: The Lost Lords Review – Still Struggling

Last December, Telltale Games kicked off their Game of Thrones story with Iron from Ice, the series’ debut episode. In my review of Iron from Ice, I stated I was disappointed that the game released with a number of quality-impairing bugs on mobile. Audio stuttering, frame-rate issues, and more hampered the highly anticipated release.

Now, two months later, the second Game of Thrones episode has released with the same exact issues.

I wasn’t even through the “Previously On…” recap before the audio started skipping, lagging nearly a full second behind where it should have been. The audio eventually leveled out, but bouts of stuttering audio persisted throughout the entirety of the game. Nearly every time the scene shifted perspectives, the audio hiccuped.


As of this writing, Telltale Games states on the game’s App Store page that Game of Thrones is, “recommended for iPhone 5 and up, and iPad 3 and up – also requires iOS 7 and up,” and that iPhone 4 users shouldn’t even bother trying. The i…