Lady Gaga is not about to be one-upped by Katy Perry. The two pop stars were both victims of hackers and leakers who released their highly anticipated music to the masses early, so Gaga responded to the hype by sharing her song in full on her own to her beloved Little Monsters -- who were trying to steal the thunder from Perry's 'Roar' as best they could.
Katy Perry's new single, 'Roar,' is getting a ton of press -- unfortunately, for mostly bad reasons. The undeniably catchy tune is catching the attention of music critics and Lady Gaga fans, who keep pointing out that it sounds almost identical to Sara Bareilles' 'Brave' -- igniting a "stan war" between the Katy Cats and the Little Monsters.
So how did the trifecta of musical ladies respond?
Racism isn't one of Oprah Winfrey's favorite things, but it's something she has to deal with every day -- and the last person she thought she'd deal with it from was her one-time pal, Paula Deen.
The talk show queen is finally speaking out on Deen's use of the N-word, and Winfrey's reaction, predictably, is rational, sane and just gracious enough to make the rest of us feel like terrible people.
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