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Lady Gaga’s Slip-Up, Reveals that she will be Performing with R. Kelly at the AMAs

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Lady Gaga recently let the news slip that she will be performing her song ‘Do What U Want’ with R. Kelly on November 24th at the 2013 American Music Awards.

When asked about the AMAs during a recent interview with Music Choice, Gaga slipped and said “R. Kelly will be there — oh, I’m not supposed to say that,” but laughed it off saying, “Oh, I said it anyway. Oh well. Sorry Robert!”

The singer followed it up saying, “We have a great chemistry when we perform together. And he’s so amazing, and I’m just looking forward to hitting the stage again.”

Gaga has performed the song by herself on the U.K.’s “X Factor” and on Sunday during her “artRAVE” showcase, but this will be the first time that she pairs up with Kelly to perform the song live.

Knowing the past antics of both R. Kelly and Lady Gaga, this will be a performance that we won’t want to miss.

 

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Hold Up! Christina Aguilera Swung On Pink In A Club

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Pink and Christina Aguilera have made amends since their beefing years ago. But fans are now learning their early career drama almost turned physical.

During Pink’s recent appearance on Andy Cohen’s Watch What Happens Live, she admitted that during the height of their feud, Christina tried to hit her. “She swung on me,” she said during a round of Please the 5th. “Hilarious. I was like what’s happening right now.”

As for what initially sparked the feud, Pink suggested, “We were super young and super new at the whole thing. She’s an alpha, I’m an alpha.”

But years after despising each other, the pair made up while on NBC’s The Voice. “She’s so talented, she’s a really sweet person. We made up on The Voice. I hadn’t seen her in years and years an years. We became moms, we grew up, we hugged it out.”

Christina has not responded to Pink’s recent confession, but we sure hope she does.

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