Is Lady Gaga Death and Winehouse

August 5, 2011 by Post Team 

Is Lady Gaga Death and WinehouseIs Lady Gaga Death and Winehouse, There’s a fine line between honoring the dead and use the tragedy to draw attention to himself. Lady Gaga has to cross?

All last week, the Grammy-winning publicly regretted by fellow singer Amy Winehouse, who was found dead in her London apartment July 23.

In an interview in Rolling Stone, she talked about the impact of the death of “Rehab” singer has had on her.

“It really affected me very deeply,” said Lady Gaga. “Is not it odd to say” She is, “and now I have to say that” she was? “I am very happy that we admire her and tell her how much he loved her when she was alive. I hope she knows now in Heaven, where, how much he loved her.”

Lady Gaga Winehouse raised again on Monday during the taping of “The View.”

“I am so devastated,” he said. “And so sad. I really could not talk for 48 hours. I was in shock.”

This is not the first time the “Monster” singer conveyed her sorrow at the untimely death of a fellow pop star. In a 2010 interview on Larry King said it was difficult to talk about how he was going to open for Michael Jackson “This Is It” tour, because it was “personal” and then went on to talk about it.

“Michael’s death was devastating to me, regardless of whether or not I was going to go on tour with him,” he said.

In both cases, Gaga expressed her sadness at the loss of a great source of inspiration. She also seemed to blame the media for the destruction of her colleagues.

Winehouse said, “She is very special. She just gave me great hope and he deserved better than what people gave him. And I hope the world learns a lesson from this. I really hope so. Because is not the lesson to learn – is the world. ”

If you can find humor in a sea of ??tragedy can overcome anything. That’s what Jenna Fischer (“The Office”) does in “A Little Help,” a new “dramedy” about the loss, single parenthood and what it means to be a family.

While comedies like “The Hangover” and “Hall Pass” can inspire laughter knee knocking, “A little help,” fun, because of its real character, said Austin Wintory, composer of the film.

“The film is actually quite a bit of fun, but a very real,” said Mr. Wintory calls a day. “It’s not like a comedy like ‘The Hangover’, but it’s a comedy like ‘Juno’ and ‘Sideways’, where he creates these images of real life that are fun, because you look and feel like,’ Oh God I’ve been there “or” My family is well. “It’s funny but also poignant and exciting.”

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