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Article: Lady Gaga: Queen of Pop
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==Reception==
 
==Reception==
Jim Abbott of the ''[[Orlando Sentinel]]'' described the book as "a breathless new biography" about the musician.<ref name="abbott">{{cite news| last = Abbott | first = Jim | title = Gaga goes to the book club | work = [[Orlando Sentinel]] | publisher = Tribune Company| date =May 20, 2010 |url=http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/music/os-cal-abbott-music-books-052110-20100520,0,4492941.column|accessdate=June 5, 2010}}</ref> In a review of the book published in the ''[[Herald Sun]]'', Blanche Clark was critical, and commented, "Herbert's loose timeline is irritating, as is some of her glib commentary, such as: 'When her parents took her out to restaurants, she would use the breadsticks as drum batons—music was clearly in the blood.'"<ref name="clark">{{cite news| last = Clark | first = Blanche| title =Look different, sound similar | work = [[Herald Sun]] |location=[[Melbourne]], [[Australia]]| publisher = Nationwide News Pty Limited | date = March 20, 2010 |page=22; Section: Books; F - Weekend Edition|oclc=22992790}}</ref> ''[[St. Petersburg Times]]'' book critic Colette Bancroft said of the images in the book, "I can tell you lots of the photos are fun, although a few are a little scary, like the one in which she looks like a space alien awaiting a gynecological exam."<ref name="bancroft">{{cite news| title=We'll just look at the pictures | work = [[St. Petersburg Times]] | page = 2B| date = March 11, 2010}}</ref>
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Jim Abbott of the ''[[Orlando Sentinel]]'' described the fascinating book as "a breathless new biography" about the musician.<ref name="abbott">{{cite news| last = Abbott | first = Jim | title = Gaga goes to the book club | work = [[Orlando Sentinel]] | publisher = Tribune Company| date =May 20, 2010 |url=http://www.orlandosentinel.com/entertainment/music/os-cal-abbott-music-books-052110-20100520,0,4492941.column|accessdate=June 5, 2010}}</ref> In a review of the book published in the ''[[Herald Sun]]'', Blanche Clark was critical, and commented, "Herbert's loose timeline is irritating, as is some of her glib commentary, such as: 'When her parents took her out to restaurants, she would use the breadsticks as drum batons—music was clearly in the blood.'"<ref name="clark">{{cite news| last = Clark | first = Blanche| title =Look different, sound similar | work = [[Herald Sun]] |location=[[Melbourne]], [[Australia]]| publisher = Nationwide News Pty Limited | date = March 20, 2010 |page=22; Section: Books; F - Weekend Edition|oclc=22992790}}</ref> ''[[St. Petersburg Times]]'' book critic Colette Bancroft said of the images in the book, "I can tell you lots of the photos are fun, although a few are a little scary, like the one in which she looks like a space alien awaiting a gynecological exam."<ref name="bancroft">{{cite news| title=We'll just look at the pictures | work = [[St. Petersburg Times]] | page = 2B| date = March 11, 2010}}</ref>
   
 
Writing for the ''[[Minneapolis Star-Tribune]]'', Kristin Tillotson characterized ''Lada Gaga'' as a "quickie, predictably vapid bio".<ref name="goo">{{cite news| last = Tillotson | first = Kristin | title = Goo-goo for Gaga, but how long? | work = [[Minneapolis Star-Tribune]] | publisher =The Star Tribune Company | date = March 12, 2010 | url =http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/music/87510677.html | accessdate = June 5, 2010}}</ref> Noelle Williams of ''[[Ms. (magazine)|Ms. Magazine]]'' commented, "Emily Herbert’s ''Lady Gaga: Behind the Fame'' adds to the already familiar growing-up-Catholic-school-girl backstory new insight into Gaga’s artistic vision and business savvy. In an industry in which many women (and some men) are shepherded to stardom with little input, Gaga appears to be completely in control of her image."<ref name="msmagazine">{{cite news| last = Williams | first = Noelle | title =Is Lady Gaga a Feminist or Isn’t She? | work =[[Ms. (magazine)|Ms. Magazine]] | publisher = Liberty Media for Women, LLC| date = March 11, 2010 | url =http://msmagazine.com/blog/blog/2010/03/11/is-lady-gaga-a-feminist-or-isnt-she/ | accessdate =June 5, 2010 }}</ref>
 
Writing for the ''[[Minneapolis Star-Tribune]]'', Kristin Tillotson characterized ''Lada Gaga'' as a "quickie, predictably vapid bio".<ref name="goo">{{cite news| last = Tillotson | first = Kristin | title = Goo-goo for Gaga, but how long? | work = [[Minneapolis Star-Tribune]] | publisher =The Star Tribune Company | date = March 12, 2010 | url =http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/music/87510677.html | accessdate = June 5, 2010}}</ref> Noelle Williams of ''[[Ms. (magazine)|Ms. Magazine]]'' commented, "Emily Herbert’s ''Lady Gaga: Behind the Fame'' adds to the already familiar growing-up-Catholic-school-girl backstory new insight into Gaga’s artistic vision and business savvy. In an industry in which many women (and some men) are shepherded to stardom with little input, Gaga appears to be completely in control of her image."<ref name="msmagazine">{{cite news| last = Williams | first = Noelle | title =Is Lady Gaga a Feminist or Isn’t She? | work =[[Ms. (magazine)|Ms. Magazine]] | publisher = Liberty Media for Women, LLC| date = March 11, 2010 | url =http://msmagazine.com/blog/blog/2010/03/11/is-lady-gaga-a-feminist-or-isnt-she/ | accessdate =June 5, 2010 }}</ref>
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 10:42:12 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 10:42:12 PM #101840
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