The pop superstar’s new song is a fitting accompaniment for the action-packed new trailerof the movie.After gifting her Little Monsters with her “ARTPOP” lead track “Applause”, Lady GaGa is gearing up for the release of follow-up single “Aura”. Following the demo version and live version of the song, its official audio or more accurately, around a minute of it, debuted in the latest trailer of the upcoming Robert Rodriguez-directed flick “Machete Kills” which stars the flamboyant artist as glamorous baddie La Chameleon.
The latest trailer for the October 11-due movie that premiered on Friday, October 4, shows GaGa in her yellow gold wig and fur coat. The action-packed scenes feature Danny Trejo, Michelle Rodriguez, Sofia Vergara, Amber Heard, Carlos Estevez (a.k.a. Charlie Sheen), Antonio Banderas, Jessica Alba, Cuba Gooding Jr.and Mel Gibson.
In “Aura”, Mother Monster asks, “Do you want to see the girl that lives behind the aura?…Do you wanna peek underneath the cover?” as footage from the film plays out. A special “Machete Kills”-themed lyric video featuring the completesong, a dance track full of beats and synths, is set to premiere next week, on Tuesday, October 8.
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Actor Mel Gibson‘s stepmother has accused the actor of breaking up her marriage to his father.
The Braveheart star’s father, Hutton, filed for divorce from wife Teddy Joye Hicks Gibson and kicked her out of their marital home in June, and now the 78-year-old has accused the actor of causing the break-up.
According to documents filed in Los Angeles, Teddy is seeking up to $65,000 in damages to cover her legal bills and a court order forcing Mel to allow her entrance into the house, according to TMZ.com.
This is the latest in a string of legal woes for the family – Teddy filed a restraining order against the actor earlier this month over claims he threatened her and spat in her face.
A new report says Mel Gibson reached out to Whitney Houston to help the singer overcome her personal issues at the height of her drug troubles.
The Braveheart star previously came to the aid of Britney Spears following her public meltdown in 2008 and offered up his estate in Costa Rica as a refuge for the pop star to recover from her struggles away from the spotlight.
Now TMZ.com reports Gibson also attempted to come to the rescue of Houston while she battled an addiction to cocaine, marijuana and other drugs in the early 2000s.
Website editors claim the actor visited Houston and spent time with her to help her beat her drug demons, and his efforts have landed him an invitation to attend the singer’s private memorial service on Saturday.
However, Gibson will not be able to join reported guests Kevin Costner, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder at the funeral in Newark, New Jersey due to family plans.
Houston died last weekend. Her cause of death has been deferred pending toxicology results.
The singer will be laid to rest on Sunday, a day after her funeral.