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lolitamuse   Paws Up 32
lolitamuse

Shakira--41 and still *smashing* the charts--says hi 

 

Also, 

 

To think Gaga has to stop making pop music because she turns 40 is maaaad sexist. There are so many male artists who are over the age 40 or almost 40 that still get #1 songs. John Legend, Kanye, Eminem, Pharrell, etc. No one is sitting here going "Hmm, when is Pharrell gonna stop making pop music because he's in his 40s?"

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Mirkoxoxo   Paws Up 45
Mirkoxoxo

xoxo rest Joanne wish her the best and leave her alone little managers

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do them managers have anything else to do ? She is doing it with her team the way she wants it. I wish her good luck. Health first. The older she is the better, like wine. Swines xoxo

 

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King J   Paws Up 941
King J

Oh my god you should actually be ashamed of yourself. This bitch works so hard to make music, her aspiration, to be our mother monster, a byproduct, and to sell, her livelihood and an aspect of her career that she must fulfill for record companies. She works so ****ing hard that she neglects herself and her body by pushing herself to the limit to be amazing for us, and you're saying she's 'wasting her career'. She did the Superbowl last year, the second best according to a reputable  article, and she's wasting her career?

Lady Gaga reads Gagadaily. If she read this, she'd wonder what her fanbase has come to. Health not the Bling.

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Mirkoxoxo   Paws Up 45
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1 minute ago, lolitamuse said:

Shakira--41 and still *smashing* the charts--says hi 

 

Also, 

 

To think Gaga has to stop making pop music because she turns 40 is maaaad sexist. There are so many male artists who are over the age 40 or almost 40 that still get #1 songs. John Legend, Kanye, Eminem, Pharrell, etc. No one is sitting here going "Hmm, when is Pharrell gonna stop making pop music because he's in his 40s?"

tea. 

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Edonis   Paws Up 16,863
Edonis

Everyone ended OP’s dumb opinion so well. Congrats y’all. I’m proud.  

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DavidTaylor   Paws Up 137
DavidTaylor

she isn't wasting her career she's just doing what she wants to do

so happy i could die

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honk   Paws Up 178
honk

madonna's best work came in the later part of her career way beyond her 30s (ray of light up to hard candy. that's 10 years AND she was older than gaga). gaga is FARRRRR from wasting her career

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Gagadonna   Paws Up 5,601
Gagadonna

Sis, Sia is more than 40 and her pop career really rocketed a few years ago only :trollga:

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King J   Paws Up 941
King J
29 minutes ago, Mr Peeps said:

Why do these kind of threads always happen when Gaga goes quiet :saladga:

Because when she's loud (the insta posts etc) the bling fans happen. Example: @ApplauseftAdele :whitney:

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Saint Laurent   Paws Up 4,048
Saint Laurent

You're wrong actually - I'm personally looking forward to her mature albums. Her voice, songwriting and production will be mature too, making for a much better album.

Also, when Gaga is in her 40's, I'll be in my 30's so realistically, why do I care if she's on the radio or whatever? I'll just be listening to her music as I drive to work and going to see her when she's in town.

Unless you're currently 13, the impact of her career maturing is minimal.

Also, what's this nonsense about careers only lasting until late 20's? That's a pile of bullshit and you know it. I could list so many female artists just from memory who have done exceptionally well, even peaked, beyond the age of 29.

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DannyRodeck   Paws Up 340
DannyRodeck

Oh my God I'll just pretend I never read this 

Check out my Million Reasons cover: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SE5nmPJzV9U

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ryanripley   Paws Up 46,596
ryanripley

bigger backlash than Man Of The Woods

this website stans positivity again

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baptism   Paws Up 1,350
baptism

I actually completely agree with the OP. Gaga has aged herself very seriously and it's definitely going to impact her future sales and career. Everyone runs to threads like these and takes it personally and has meltdowns, but it's true. Musically, stylistically, artistically, physically... she barely resembles the Lady Gaga of even five years ago and she's not getting any younger. 

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ND4   Paws Up 256
ND4

I’m only disappointed with Gagas output as an artist, she writes a lot and at the start I thought she would be the kind of artist who has 70 albums of work. 

Especially in the Streaming age it’s a shame doesn’t embrace the fact you can put a body of work out and have people hear it without the huge tours and constant interviews. 

How great would it be to get AP Act 2 just on Spotify and Apple Music? Something for fans only. Plus EP’s of themes and ideas? Her main releases stay the same with the tours but it’s so easy these days to contact with fans and make your music accessible. 

OT: she isn’t waisting her career 

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