LADY GAGA stopped a show in Connecticut Saturday night after she noticed that a woman in the crowd got hit in the face and was bleeding. It sounds like it was just an accident, but Gaga made sure she was taken care of before restarting the show.
As staff led her away to get medical attention, Gaga said, quote, “What we all need to remember is that there are some things that are more important than show business.”
Then she started singing “Paparazzi”, but stopped again to say, quote, “Make sure to get that girl a backstage pass, too.” (Here’s video.)
VIDEO: A fan was hit in the face & started bleeding during tonight’s show, so Lady Gaga stopped the show to make sure she was fine & gave her a backstage pass! @ladygaga#JoanneWorldTour#JoanneWorldTourConnecticutpic.twitter.com/pVLruwbT0d
— Joanne World Tour (@ladygaga_JWT) November 12, 2017
November Could Be President Trump’s Most Active Tweeting Month Yet
That rogue Twitter employee who shut down PRESIDENT TRUMP’s account for 11 minutes did what he or she could, but in the end, the effort was wasted. Because November is on pace to be Trump’s most prolific month on Twitter yet.
Trump’s current record is 485 Tweets in September. But he’s on pace to obliterate that record, with an estimated 723 Tweets. He had 51 last Tuesday alone . . . WHILE he was visiting South Korea.
Meanwhile, Trump was on the WRONG end of an awkward handshake for a change.
Attending the Association of South East Asian Nations summit in the Philippines yesterday, he was forced to take part in a weird custom he wasn’t prepared for.
All the leaders stand side-by-side, cross their arms, and shake with the guy on either side. Trump was confused…
Amazon’s “Lord of the Rings” Show Will Take Place Before “The Lord of the Rings”?
Earlier this month, word got out that Amazon was developing a live-action “Lord of the Rings” show with the J.R.R. Tolkien estate.
And now, the “Hollywood Reporter”says Amazon has closed a deal to do “multiple seasons” of the show. There aren’t many details yet . . . but there’s one that’s very interesting.
The show will, quote, “explore new storylines preceding ‘The Fellowship of the Ring’.” That’s the first book in the trilogy . . . so that means that their “Lord of the Rings” show might take place BEFORE “The Lord of the Rings”.
It’s unclear if this means that the show will AVOID entering the time-frame of the movies Peter Jackson made . . . and it’s also unknown how much earlier the show will be. So, it’s possible that it could also take place before “The Hobbit”.
A rep for the Tolkien estate says Amazon has “exceptional ideas to bring to the screen previously unexplored stories based on J.R.R. Tolkien’s original writings.”