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Friday Sing-AlongMusicVideo

It’s great when someone takes a popular song, ads their own geeky lyrics and releases it on the world.  It’s even better when that someone releases a video to go along with it, and it is totally rad (yeah, I’m old, you wanna make something of it), when that video has production value behind it. You know, there may be something to the video – teenagers cooped up in a private school with select dorms, and very little grownup oversight? Things probably did get crazy.

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Friday Sing-AlongHumorVideo

If you want a glimpse into the process of creating a parody and having someone shut you down, check out Weird All Yankovic’s Perform This Way. This is my parody of Lady Gaga’s song “Born This Way” — which, I’m sorry to say, will NOT be included on my upcoming album. I will give the details of the whole Gaga saga (and offer free mp3 downloads of the song) on weirdal.com very soon.

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Bluewater ProductionsSneak Peek

One is an outrageous pop maven; the other, an octogenarian TV legend. But both are celebrities that captivated the public imagination in 2010 and are subjects of Bluewater Productions’ biography comic books releasing this week. “Fame: Lady Gaga” and “Female Force: Betty White” are scheduled to hit newsstands, comic bookstores and online venues on Wednesday, January 5.

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Bluewater ProductionsPress Release

Press Release They are two of the most recognizable celebrities today, Twilight actor Robert Pattinson and music sensation Lady Gaga. And now the latest biography comic released by publisher Bluewater Productions.

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Bluewater Productions

Bluewater Productions has announced its latest biography line of comics will be titled Fame, and will feature Lady Gaga in the first installment.  Bluewater has received a lot of attention lately with its unauthorized biographies of celebrities including Al Gore, Michael Jackson, Stephenie Meyer, Barbara Walters, and more. “Over the past year we saw an opportunity to broaden the scope of who reads comics,” said Bluewater president Darren G. Davis, “There were many who had never picked up a graphic novel or comic book buy our biography titles like Female Force and Political Power. Fame is the natural extension of

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