Lady Gaga stagedive video

Following up on my previous post, I have the video of Lady Gaga stage diving at Lollapalooza, as well as out “outfit” that she wore again. I am actually surprised she made it out alive / unraped.

The lead singer of Semi Precious Weapons, Justin Tranter, states:

“She stood on the side of the stage, and then during the song ‘Magnetic Baby’ she started playing drums with Dan Crean. She used to get on stage with us all the time, but since she’s so famous, normally it’s not safe for her. But she played the same stage we played three years ago, and I think she was so excited about us playing that stage. Then she started singing back-up vocals, then she and I made out. Then she stage-dived and I joined her while she stage-dove. And then we made out while stage diving. And then she left.”

Sadly, Will Ferrell wins

I’m not a Will Ferrell fan, and I still don’t plan on seeing this movie until it hits Netflix. Inception was an awesome movie.

“The Other Guys” are the main guys at the box office, knocking off “Inception” to take the No. 1 spot. The buddy-cop parody starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg made $35.6 million in its opening weekend, according to Sunday estimates from Sony Pictures.

It’s the second-highest debut for a film in which Ferrell has starred, and yet another strong showing for the movies he’s made with his frequent collaborator, writer-director Adam McKay. Their biggest opening was “Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,” which debuted at No. 1 with $47 million in August 2006. “Step Brothers” made $30.9 million and came in second place when it opened in July 2008. And their first film together, “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” opened in second place in July 2004 with $28.4 million.

“Inception,” which had been the top film in the country the past three weeks, fell to No. 2 with $18.6 million. Christopher Nolan’s mind-bending dream thriller from Warner Bros. has now made $227.7 million since its debut July 16.

Here are your weekend’s top-10:

  1. “The Other Guys,” $35.6 million
  2. “Inception,” $18.6 million.
  3. “Step Up 3-D,” $15.5 million
  4. “Salt,” $11.1 million
  5. “Dinner for Schmucks,” $10.5 million
  6. “Despicable Me,” $9.4 million
  7. “Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore,” $6.9 million
  8. “Charlie St. Cloud,” $4.7 million
  9. “Toy Story 3,” $3 million
  10. “The Kids Are All Right,” $2.6 million