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May 22, 2011

Lady Gaga uses Chrome OS


One of the world's most (in)famous names has picked a side in the browser battles -- last night saw the debut of a new Google Chrome commercial, starring Lady Gaga and her "little monsters." Spanning a minute and a half of Gaga and her fans singing and gyrating their way through her latest single, the ad is intended to illustrate the power of the web and its creative new modes of interaction.

To be fair, said interaction is mostly Lady Gaga saying "jump" and a crowd of YouTubers doing it without bothering to ask how high, but hey, the result is fun to watch.

15 comments:

Shona said...

Lady Gaga isn't the brightest tool in the shed. But gotta give her kudos for supporting people who are different, and to be out there and wild.

runewake2 said...

O god, I never thought Google could go so wrong! As a fan of Opera myself I guess that I don't care who uses what browser. Opera will always be number one. Go Norway Go!

Broccoli said...

I love Chrome, but this makes me like it a little less. Chrome rocks all in all though....

Primitive said...

she loves chrome =p

James said...

Like it matters what she does or what she likes. I like Firefox and macs and long walks on the beach.

Jay said...

she'll be famous no matter what browser she uses.

Something Wycked said...

"not the brightest tool in the shed" could be said one more time XD

Drab Maestro said...

Not Chrome OS...Chrome internet browser :P

and I agree with some people here...I don't much care for her music or her style, but I really admire and appreciate all of the love she has for her fans. Some people forget that they would be nothing without the people who follow/support/listen to them. It's good that she's making sure we all know she hasn't

CPH said...

Interesting

Guy Movie Blogger said...

I can't stand Gaga. I hope she gets hit by a flaming meteorite soon.

Dejch said...

are you kiddin me?

fat daddy said...

she was kinda hot on snl

Ematwo. said...

FF ftw...

kxxthanxx said...

did they pay her to say it?

LadyS said...

I like the entire "Different is beautiful" slogan she has going on. I think that makes her a valid role model ;)