16 Pop Stars in Movies Ranked Best to Worst, From Cher to Madonna to Britney (Photos)

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‘A Star Is Born’ Again and Again and Again – Will the Movie Remakes Ever Stop? (Guest Blog)

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Lady Gaga Apologizes for Calling Death Of ‘Zombie Boy’ a Suicide

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Lady Gaga Mourns Death of ‘Born This Way’ Video Performer Zombie Boy: ‘Beyond Devastated’

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Vivendi To Sell Up To 50% Of Universal Music Group, Says No To IPO

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Vivendi to Sell Up to Half of Universal Music Group

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The 2018 Toronto International Film Festival announced part of its roster, and it is awesome

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‘Beautiful Boy,’ ‘A Star Is Born’ Highlight Toronto Film Festival Lineup

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Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ to Premiere at Venice Film Festival

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‘A Star Is Born’ Confirmed to World Premiere at Venice Film Festival, Jumpstarting Bradley Cooper’s Directing Career

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‘A Star Is Born’ to World Premiere at Venice Film Festival

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Bradley Cooper’s ‘A Star Is Born’ Holds First Exhibitor Screening, Theater Owners Predict ‘Oscar Noms Across the Board’ — Report

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Kesha’s Legal Team Claims Major-Label CEO Told Her and Lady Gaga About Dr. Luke’s Alleged Assault on Katy Perry

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James Corden’s 10 Best Carpool Karaoke Segments, From Justin Bieber to Adele (Videos)

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Dr Luke Denies Katy Perry Rape Accusation From Kesha: ‘Malicious Falsehoods’

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Former 42 West Trio Take Huge Clients, Launch Firm The Lede Company

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‘A Star Is Born’ Trailer: Bradley Cooper And Lady Gaga Finally Hit The Stage

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Bradley Cooper Sings With Lady Gaga in First ‘A Star Is Born’ Trailer (Video)

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‘A Star Is Born’ First Trailer: Bradley Cooper’s Directorial Debut Turns Lady Gaga Into a Film Star

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7 Takeaways From CinemaCon 2018: Change Is Everywhere, Movies Endure

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