Lady Gaga Is Submissive, And More Of ‘What’s Trending Today’ With Zahra

Lady Gaga may own the stage when she’s performing, but apparently the pop star is submissive in her personal life.

Gaga opened up about her relationship with Taylor Kinney on Sirius XM’s “The Morning Mash Up.” In her interview, she told the hosts that her boyfriend is “totally in charge.”

Read more about what she had to say by clicking here.


There is some controversy surrounding Nick Cannon, and it has to do with race.

The rapper, comedian, television host, etc., posed in white face to promote his new album “White People Party Music.” Painting his face completely white and declaring his new persona “Connor Smallnut” caused quite the outrage on social media, where some called Cannon a racist and hypocritical.

See the pictures here.


Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is a pretty funny man and is known for many of his popular quotes such as “Who is your daddy” and “It’s not a tumor.”

And Monday night, he was able to incorporate his famous line from “Predator” into a QVC skit on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.”

Watch the video.

And by the way, if you haven’t seen Kevin Bacon’s “Footloose” entrance on “The Tonight Show,” you can check it out here.


Is Kanye West a vampire?

That question jokingly came up after a leaked photo from the rapper’s “Vogue” shoot showed the singer taking a photo of his fiance Kim Kardashian and their baby North West. But Kanye was missing a reflection in the mirror.

It’s possible, though, that it’s just a bad photoshop job.

See the picture here.


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