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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Vanessa Hudgens Gets New Tattoo in New York City

Vanessa Hudgens may have perfected her squeaky clean image during her Disney days, but the actress is showing fans a different side with a new addition to her look.The 22-year-old High School Musical star was snapped at New York City's East Side Ink getting a tattoo on her neck.

RadarOnline reports that Hudgens had her work done by tattoo artist BangBang, who has inked fellow celebs Rihanna, Katy Perry, Chris Brown and Eve.

Lady Gaga Believes She Has '2 Souls'

Lady Gaga's paternal aunt Joanne Germanotta tragically died of lupus at the age of 19, but Gaga believes she's living on through her and inspiring all of her music and art.

Gaga told WWD: “I really believe I have two hearts. I think I actually carry two souls in my body, and that I’m living out the rest of her life and her goodness -- she died a virgin, she died never having experienced all these things that we all get to love and experience in our lives. I think that I work in her image. I work in this life as part pop singer and part humanitarian, and to do great things for people because she was a good person and I don’t think she had enough time to do enough good.”

The 24-year-old singer insists the thing that is driving her career is her desire to help “disenfranchised” people, and she says she wrote her new track "Born This Way" -- which has been described as a pro-gay anthem -- to help her fans.

Gaga, who won three Grammy awards last weekend, explained: “I have so many young fans. I feel not only connected to them, but I feel responsible for them in many ways. They’re very smart. They’re very full of life. And it’s an important thing for me to listen to them. And when they say, ‘I feel disenfranchised,’ I speak for them as much as I can.

“I don’t do this for the money -- I want to make a difference. And I am making a difference with my music, which is why I wrote my new song, ‘Born This Way.’ It’s a song that’s much bigger than me or my understanding of fame. I want to continue to make a difference in every way that I can.”