Who Said It? Madonna vs. Lady Gaga
They're both wild, (with crazy blonde hairstyles to match), have few boundaries and speak their minds. So...can you guess which one said what?
Madonna and Lady Gaga are two undeniably talented entertainers who seem to have come from a similar mold -- one that most of us regular folk surely don't fit into.
Each of these gifted, outspoken and beautiful women has won bunches of trophies, set the music world on fire, spawned legions of copycats (blonde hairstyles included) and enticed downright rabid fans to hang on their every move.
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Both are brave and bold with their messages and how they want to convey them: Brazen lyrics that push the envelope, extreme choreography that slackens jaws, political messages that demand attention and undeniable talent that sells out stadiums in nanoseconds dominate the airwaves and create pandemonium wherever they go.
Oh, and then there's the fashion angle.
From ripped fishnets, fingerless gloves, blonde hairstyles and cone bras to stalagmite headpieces, avant garde sunglasses and, yes, sides of beef, these two one-named wonders (if you're on a first name basis with Ms. Gaga) are not the types to rest on their laurels (or shop at J. Crew). They invent, then reinvent their ever-evolving looks -- experimenting with every hair color and style imaginable and conceiving of makeup looks that shock and awe. And, then they do it all over again.
It's true, of course, that Madonna has been at this for 20 some-odd years longer (and is old enough to be Gaga's mother), but these two "separated at birth" chameleons are so alike on so many levels that it makes you want to go "hmmm." So much so in fact, that quotes, when taken out of context, can seem attributable to either one -- almost interchangeable.
Don't think so? We do. And, to prove our point, we've corralled a bunch of lines uttered by both stars and we just bet that you'll have a hard time figuring out which of the two said them.
Go on, take the test. You know you want to -- scroll down to answer the first Q
Question 1 of 12
Who said: "My makeup icon was originally my mom, then Marilyn Monroe, then Judy Garland because I loved 'The Wizard of Oz'."?