Lady Gaga Is Considering Adoption & Surrogacy

More 2020 Grammys performers… Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees… Kimye update… Taylor Swift’s Netflix documentary Miss Americana… and Lady Gaga is considering adoption and surrogacy

They just announced more performers for the upcoming Grammys. Camila Cabello, the Jonas Brothers, H.E.R., Rosalia, Tyler the Creator, Bonnie Raitt, Charlie Wilson and Run-DMC will do the dang thing on January 26. Aerosmith is being honored that night so obviously Run-DMC is there to perform their 1986 collaboration “Walk This Way.”

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is adding a lot of new members in 2020. Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G., Nine Inch Nails, Depeche Mode, the Doobie Brothers, T. Rex, Irving Azoff and Jon Landau will all be inducted at the ceremony on May 2 in Cleveland, Ohio, which is where they decided to build the Hall of Fame. Performers are eligible for induction 25 years after their first commercial recording. Whitney is the only woman to make it into the Hall of Fame this year. What’s up with that?? And 16 acts were nominated but didn’t get enough votes to make it in. They include Soundgarden, the Dave Matthews Band, Motörhead, Thin Lizzy, Rufus featuring Chaka Khan, Todd Rundgren and Judas Priest!

Back in September, Kanye West bought Monster Lake Ranch in Cody, Wyoming, which was listed for $14M. In November, Kanye bought a second ranch less than 100 miles away in Greybull, Wyoming. The Bighorn Mountain Ranch was listed for just under $15M and sits on 6713 acres. It features a 5BR/4BA main house and three cabins, which can sleep between 4-6 guests each. Radar Online’s sources say Kanye’s long-term plan for this second property is to build a state-of-the-art underground bunker beneath the main house that will be stocked with enough provisions to last them for several months. People reports that Kanye also bought a warehouse near his first ranch in Cody. We don’t know exactly what that’s for, but we do know that Kanye announced plans to build an amphitheater on Monster Lake Ranch, but they denied him a permit for that.

After all that drama with Taylor Swift saying Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta wouldn’t give her any videos of her old performances or recordings of her music for a documentary, we’ve finally got a release date. “Miss Americana” will open at the Sundance Film Festival on January 23 and then be released in select theaters and on Netflix on January 31. Yesterday Taylor showed us the official movie poster on her Instagram. Netflix says that in the documentary, “Taylor Swift embraces her role as a songwriter and performer — and as a woman harnessing the full power of her voice.”

Back in October, Lady Gaga leaped into the arms of a fan during her Vegas show and both of them fell off the stage. She was taken to the hospital to make sure she was okay, and that’s when she had an epiphany. A source told Radar Online, “She got very emotional getting her whole body X-rayed. She has everything she wants in the world, but she’s missing someone to leave her legacy to.” After suffering major breakups from Taylor Kinney and Christian Carino, Gaga reportedly told friends she’s no longer depending on a steady partner to start a family, and is considering adoption or surrogacy.

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