Lady Gaga struck by a metal pole Pop diva Lady Gaga suffered concussion when a dancer accidentally hit her on the head with a metal pole during her final New Zealand show, reports said yesterday. I wanna apologise if I’m rambling tonight, but not sure if you noticed, I hit my head ... 06/11/2012 - 7:53 pm | View Link
Lady Gaga Gets Cracked In The Head By A Pole During New Zealand Concert!: “Just A Concussion” [Video] ady Gaga has been struck on the head by a pole while performing a concert in New Zealand. The singer was hit Sunday during the third of three shows in Auckland. Clips posted online show a backup performer accidentally striking Gaga with the set prop while ... 06/11/2012 - 2:44 am | View Link
Poke her face: Lady Gaga struck by pole at gig The pop star was left concussed while performing the last of three New Zealand concerts after a dancer accidentally struck her with a prop while carrying ... But she bravely battled on. Gaga’s make-up artist Tara Savelo wrote on Twitter: “Gaga has ... 06/10/2012 - 8:31 pm | View Link
Lady Gaga hit by pole onstage in New Zealand (CBS/AP) AUCKLAND, New Zealand - Pop star Lady Gaga has been struck on the head by a pole while performing a concert in New Zealand. The singer was hit Sunday during the third of three shows in Auckland. Pictures: Lady Gaga in Asia Pictures: Lady Gaga ... 06/10/2012 - 2:00 pm | View Link
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Monday night's presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York began at 5 a.m. Tuesday in Moscow, but that didn't deter journalists of the country's state-owned media from rising bright and early to cover the event. They didn't exactly take an unbiased stance, either: "At the very least, [the coverage] shows exactly how smoothly Donald Trump's policy positions dovetail with Moscow's," Julia Ioffe wrote at Foreign Policy.
One such example was when Trump claimed the U.
Hillary Clinton wasn't particularly impressed with Donald Trump's debate performance Monday night, and she suggested Tuesday that Trump's complaints about his microphone indicate he wasn't either. Earlier Tuesday, Trump wondered whether his debate microphone was purposely tampered with, because he said his volume seemed lower than Clinton's and his microphone seemed to be capturing a sound some thought sounded like the sniffles.
Donald Trump apparently upset his fans on the alt-right message board 4chan during the first presidential debate Monday night, when he characterized the perpetrator of the hack on the Democratic National Committee as probably "someone sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds." One anonymous user posted an image titled "fat-computer-guy.gif," alongside the comment, "[Your face when] Trump calls you out for being a 400-pound hacker." Another asked, "Which one of you 400lb a** holes hacked the DNC."
4chan users have previously supplied Trump's campaign with some of its favorite controversial memes, but it's safe to say their comments Monday certainly won't be retweeted by any Trump surrogates.
Archaeologists have uncovered a forgotten 200-year-old pub beneath the city of Manchester, England. And the best part? It still has full, untouched bottles of brandy inside, The Independent reports.
Archaeologists discovered the underground pub — once known as the Astley Arms — when they were brought in to inspect the site of a future skyscraper.