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Lady Gaga Says She Has No Money In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 3/17/2014

Lady Gaga says she has no money. despite being a number one artist. And Miley Cyrus shows off a part of her body you probably haven't seen before. Cristina Mutchler has these stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. Lady Gaga hit it big but was apparently bankrupt. She makes the admission in an upcoming documentary about the CEO of Live Nation. Gaga says in the year 2009, when "Poker Face:" was number one and her "Monster Ball" tour was in full swing, she spent all of her money on her set that left her broke. Miley Cyrus is showing off her new tattoo. She posted this pic on Instagram, showing the new ink of an emoji of a sad kitty on the inside of her lower lip. She also sent out a tweet that said :"ouchybooboo." At the movies this weekend, the animated children's movie "Mr. Peabody $& Sherman: took the top spot. In its second week out, it brought in $21-million. The bloody ancient Greece action movie "300: Rise of an Empire" fell to the number two spot. And at number three was the car chase action flick "Need for Speed."

   
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