In May 2018, as a shooter rampaged Santa Fe High School in Texas, David Briscoe, a substitute English teacher at the school, took heroic actions to save his students. He barricaded the door to his classroom with desks and anything else he could find. He turned out the lights and told his students to “get down.” As he and his students remained silent, they heard the screams of those who were being gunned down elsewhere.
Louisville, KY — Convenient pain sufferer and Academy Award procurement expert Lady Gaga and the 2018 remake of A Star Is Born cleaned up at the Fourth Annual Fishy Awards held Monday at the P.F. Chang’s on Shelbyville Rd.
Lady Gaga’s Little Monsters will stop at nothing to get “Shallow” to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
The failed pop singer successfully procured an Oscar last week for the “A Star Is Born” song which has helped raise its popularity once again bringing it up to number 18 right after the awards.
Barbra Streisand snubbed “A Star Is Born” at the Oscars by choosing to instead introduce Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman” as a nominee for Best Picture.
After she starred in the 1976 version of “A Star Is Born,” Streisand won the Oscar for Best Original Song for “Evergreen,” the same award Lady Gaga netted with her current hit “Shallow.”
Bradley Cooper’s 2018 remake of “A Star Is Born” wasn’t really all that great, an avid moviegoer and film aficionado has realized.
In a Facebook post, Joseph Willis, 39, said it dawned on him last week that the remake starring Cooper himself and experienced awards show groupie Lady Gaga was “middling at best” after rewatching the 1954 remake that was hailed as Judy Garland’s first great big comeback and universally loved by both the critics and the masses.