Lady Gaga Reportedly Dropped $23 Million On This Insane Malibu Mansion With A Secret ‘Batcave’ http://ift.tt/10dQ8rf
Lady Gaga has reportedly dropped $23 million on a Malibu, California, mansion with a Batcave (yep, you read that right), according to Curbed.
The Batcave, which is accessible by a secret door, contains a wine cellar, home theater, and bowling alley.
The home was sold by Dan Romanelli, the founder of the consumer-products division at Warner Bros., who listed it for $24.95 million in May 2014.
Romanelli built the superhero-inspired home in 2006. "Batman was something that really helped build my division," Romanelli, who worked on toys linked to the series, told The Wall Street Journal when the home went on sale.
The nearly 10,270-square-foot mansion also has five bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, an elevator, gym, and pool.
Here’s what you see when you drive up to Lady Gaga’s new digs.
If you head around back, the view gets even more impressive.
Let’s jump right to the underground “Batcave.” It contains arcade games and a collection of vintage toys.
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Do ever have those days where you’re feeling extra gay?
One thing the little monsters will never understand: How italian is Lady Gaga?
1- Lady Gaga was born in NYC.
2- Cynthia Germanotta was born in Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia.
3- Joe Germanotta was born in New Jersey.
4- Gaga’s grandparents, Paul Douglas Bissett and Veronica Rose (nee Ferrie) Bissett, were born and raised in Benwood, Marshall County, West Virginia, and married in McMechen, Marshall County, West Virginia in 1950. Italian, they only have the names because their parents were also americans.
So… How far is the Italian heritage of Lady Gaga?
Lady Gaga has revealed that in spite of the work with the album being closed, she would like to see “Gypsy” being single and earning a clip. For this, the plan would include the track on her next album and release it as a single (this idea has been used by many pop artists such as Britney Spears, which included “Radar” on the albums “Blackout” and “Circus”).
Once ARTPOP was announced, Lady Gaga revealed that would record clips for all tracks on the album, but that did not happen. In backstage, Gaga explained to fans that did not happen because their record company did not pay all the videos and she could not do it with your money. Therefore, for have something for the fans, she recorded the video for “GUY” with her own money (since the record had no interest in investing in artpop after the problems with “Do What U Want”).
Gaga also revealed that she bought a new house, which contains a room full of letters and gifts from fans.
About the next album, Gaga completed saying “I have to keep everything on the new album in secret. There are always people sniffing my pussy. If someone asks about my upcoming album, say that I’m creating an album of experimental hip-hop”.