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Gaga could probably afford to hire a different therapist to match each one of her outfits.

The Daily Beast editor Kate Aurthur tweeted her two cents on the Natalie Portman/ dancing controversy. High school students all over the country are all getting ready to load up in a limousine, guzzle too much Jägermeister and shake their booties to Katy Perry’s “Firework.” (I can’t get that damn song out of my head).

This might be what really sets apart as a reality show, so let's keep this in mind throughout the season: most reality TV is all about slotting people into preexisting roles. For those keeping track, though, the episode DID end with a music video of Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory" as covered by all the contestants, which you can watch below.

The Favorites: It's really too early to tell, but again, Mario is definitely one to watch ( in "Edge of Glory." Also, Abraham ().

auditions are held in several cities (New York, Nashville, Chicago…

Though pretty standard, even this preview episode gives us a taste of what sets , including casting director Robert Ulrich, choreographer Zach Woodlee, and music producer Nikki Anders.

Some of the 12 competitors were discovered via My Space videos. (I don’t even remember my My Space login information.) a behind the scenes look at her newest music video for “Judas.” In the interview Gaga explains what she’s dealing with in her new track: “I’m struggling between my virtue and my demons throughout the song.” She also said that in the song she is talking to herself about her faith.

If Gaga is talking to herself, maybe she should seek professional help.

bandwagon after three seasons, you've got to admit there's something really special at the heart of that show.

The dreams of youth, the harsh realities of failure... It's certainly over-dramatized at times, but there are a few episodes of that show that qualify as perfect television.

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