Lady Gaga and Lady Diana have a lot in common. Besides being famous blondes, at some points in each of their super famous lives, they have been the most photographed women alive. Turns out that Gaga is gripped by a somewhat irrational fear that she will meet a similar fate as the late and beloved former princess.
Tina Brown, editor of Newsweek, is raising eyebrows with her new cover story, “Diana at 50.”
In it, Brown envisions what Princess Diana’s life would be like now, had she not perished in a car crash in 1997. Yes, she probably would’ve used Twitter, and yes, she likely would’ve become a defender of her son William’s commoner bride, Kate Middleton.
But somewhere along the way, Brown veers into fantas