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An Investigation Into Cher's Call To Lady Gaga

*Plays "Telephone" on repeat.*

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At approximately 1:12 p.m. EST history was made: International pop legend Cher called fellow music superstar Lady Gaga, and the world was never the same.

Lady Gaga / Via instagram.com

But before we deem this day a national holiday ("The Call-iday" has a nice ring to it, doesn't it???) I have some pressing questions about this correspondence.

For starters, why was Cher calling Lady Gaga? SHOULDN'T GAGA BE CALLING CHER???

Lady Gaga is IQONIQ, but Cher is a legend. In the pop music hierarchy, Cher ranks higher than Gaga. Thus, this should be an outgoing call on Lady Gaga's part.
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Lady Gaga is IQONIQ, but Cher is a legend. In the pop music hierarchy, Cher ranks higher than Gaga. Thus, this should be an outgoing call on Lady Gaga's part.

Also, what could Cher be calling Lady Gaga about?

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Is she trying to set up dinner? Maybe she's asking if she can borrow the meat dress for a wedding she's attending? Maybe she's calling to tell Gaga she FINALLY bought Artpop on iTunes? The world needs to KNOW.

Why hasn't Lady Gaga picked up the call? It's fricking CHER!!!

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You can't let Cher go to voicemail. She might tweet about you!!!

Also, what's with that stray hair on Lady Gaga's phone?

The one over the "slide to answer." Whose is it? Why is it there? Can someone wipe it off PLEASE???
Lady Gaga / Via instagram.com

The one over the "slide to answer." Whose is it? Why is it there? Can someone wipe it off PLEASE???

But the biggest question of all has my mind RACING. HOW THE HELL DID LADY GAGA TAKE A PICTURE OF HER OWN DAMN PHONE?

MTV / Via celebuzz.com

Does she have two iPhones? Did she borrow someone else's phone to take this picture? Is that not her phone, and Cher was calling someone else??? THE MIND IS BOGGLED!!!

WE DEMAND ANSWERS FROM YOU TWO!!!

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