In Netflix’s new documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two, director Chris Moukarbel reveals a compassionate look at the star’s most private moments.
"You never know what is going to break at any moment."
Avert your wholesome eyes.
As a child actor, I wanted people to see the real me rather than an idealized version of me. Now, I'm all too aware that celebrities can never live up to people’s fantasies.
"I think Amy was a little bit of a spirit that haunted this movie," director Chris Moukarbel told BuzzFeed News.
You know every line.
"Belle was the first hot girl to pretend she was a nerd in high school."
"Look What You Made Me Do," "Bodak Yellow," and — yes — ONE other track are in a tight race for No. 1.
It's not exactly on pointe.
My how the turntables.
“What a cad, to bed a beautiful woman that way. That’s pretty sneaky,” John Allen Nelson told BuzzFeed News about his role as Paul the Wine Guy on the show's pilot episode.
Female artists are expected to expose themselves emotionally and physically for public consumption. Fiona Apple's refusal to do so makes her the antithesis of the typical 21st-century musical artist.
In telling a complex story about trans lives with a cast of trans-identified actors, Charm reflects what inclusion in theater can look like.
Who the hell said cartoons are just for kids?
And they're all still flawless.
"Why would you want to marry me for, anyhow?" "So I can kiss you anytime I want."
It's even more popular than the name "Mary."
Four and three and two and one.
FORGET WINTER... HALLOWEEN IS COMING.
HEAL ME, DONALD!!!!!
It's an orange blimp that's also a kaleidoscope!
Warning: Time has not made this shit any less depressing.
Has it really been 10 years? SWEET NIBLETS.
They probably are but don't worry, we all make mistakes.
Because ALL movies should be set in Australia!
Damn, she's good!
Having Ellen cheer you on is the jackpot of life.
But it can certainly sell you some branded bourbon.
"YOU GOT IT, DUDE!"
What if Barney Stinson wasn't really so...Barney-ish?
This will kill you with LAUGHTER. Not, like, down a storm drain.
"I'm not out to appease anybody or say anything to give anybody hugs out there. If anybody wants some hugs they can find it somewhere else," BB19 houseguest Cody Nickson told BuzzFeed News.
You had me at hello.
Over a year after Lexa's death on The 100, her fans are still fighting for positive representation of queer women on television.
"He's a 12-year-old boy...dogs love those."
"I guess someone did tell us life was gonna be this way."
Queer people are used to being vilified, attacked, and misunderstood — so some of us embrace villains like the Babadook and the Mothman because we recognize ourselves in them.
Give me something good to eat.