FOF #1514 – The War Between Madonna’s and Lady Gaga’s Fans

Jan 27, 2012 · 1985 views

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The hilarious Nadya Ginsburg, best known for being a woman of a thousand voices on YouTube joins us to figure out what’s happening in the war between the divas.

Why is Lady Gaga letting her Little Monsters act like real monsters?


  1. Guys thanks so much for taping this podcast, I love the way you guys interview these YouTube sensations and Nadya’s insight into Madonna, Lady Gaga and all these other stars is really good.

    Maybe Joan Rivers should hire Nadya to write material for her… 😉


  2. Jaymes says:

    Awesome show guys! Nadya is all inspiring.

  3. Andy says:

    Nayda is always so much fun! I wish she had also talked a bit about good, old Cher.

    The attack of Gaga’s fans is kinda funny but they should not be so negative and just enjoy Gaga’s music instead of attacking Madonna. Maybe then Gaga could sell more CDs.

    “Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” was supposed to be the biggest album of the year. It was supposed to be the “voice of our generation,” as the pop star herself proclaimed. Now, only eight months after its release, the album’s fifth single, “Marry the Night,” peaked at a disappointing number 29 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, breaking Lady Gaga’s streak of 11 consecutive top 10 hits.”

  4. javierjl says:

    This show was AWESOME. I could not stop laughing. It was also very thoughtful: I think Nadya is right to tell Madonna to just do her and not care so much about what she’s supposed to do or look like. When I was in h.s., during her sluttiest phase, it inspired me to be unapologetic about who I am. All this other cattiness is just noise. However, when she’s catty to david furnish, et. al., I think that’s fine. They’re her peers. But fans who are giving her gifts and tell her how much she likes them don’t deserve snark. She might be doing it to be funny, but they’re the butt of the jokes. In those cases, she’s being a bully. I love Madonna, though. I criticize because I love.

  5. Bob says:

    Gaga is a good comment!

  6. James says:

    I’m unable to get this to download or play 🙁

  7. I love both artists, Madonna and GaGa. The world already knew Madonna can be childish with her remarks but now GaGa is showing the world that bullying ANYONE is all right. Wow, no lesson learned here. Little Monsters is the perfect title for hatters who take the time to write hurtful things. How sad our world has become a world where everyone has only hateful remarks to make. It’s a generation of people who will become hateful, mean and angry adults. Reality shows are the perfect example of how we can’t get enough of watching people being mean to each other. Haven’t we evolved beyond being dumb apes?

  8. Timothy says:

    Nadya Ginsburg is godhead.

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