Lady Gaga appeared on the X Factor UK Sunday night to perform a medley of two new songs, “Venus” and “Do What You Want” from her forthcoming ArtPOP album.

After her performance she made nice with judge Sharon Osbourne, who she’d been feuding with over some nastiness between Gaga’s fans and Mrs. O’s daughter, Kelly Osbourne

After her performance, Gaga hugged Mrs. O:

Aw. All is forgiven! But not so fast. Gaga brought Sharon a cake as a peace offering and a celebration of Kelly’s birthday (it’s today). Kelly was not impressed and took to twitter to blast Gaga:

 

  Dang. Gaga responded

And she DID call off her fans:

For those of you unfamiliar with the feud, Mrs O had words with Gaga via twitter after the singer’s fans attacked her daughter Kelly over snarky remarks made on her show, The Fashion Police. Sharon pleaded with Gaga to call off her Monsters. But instead, the pop star criticized Kelly for mocking celebrities fashion choices…and yada yada yada. It was downhill from there.

I almost forgot! Gaga performed. Check it out.

 
  • jpfan2

    I’m no fan of Gaga but Kelly O. needs to go away. She’s incredibly full of herself for basically being a no talent who makes fun of people’s clothes.
    The tweets make her look like an egotistical bitch.

  • lkingcorn

    When Kelly holds a grudge she doesn’t let go. Same thing with her feud with Xtina, which getting so old hard to remember why. Perhaps she could be a littmore gracious and not embarrass her mother.

  • roarpen

    Grow up Kelly – Gaga was stupid to react in the first place – but give it a rest Kelly – it makes you look foolish to hold a grudge publicly against someone like Gaga.

  • Jason Gorny

    Interesting. And I liked the performance. Good vocal.

  • Blackbeat

    Kelly O just got OWNED with kindness by Mother Monster. Eat cake Kelly.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003345355267 Caio Fernandes

    C´mon Kelly, if you want the cake so bad, buy one. Or are you mad exactly because Gaga made you want to eat a entire cake and you can´t?

  • madmike2276

    I’ve been over Gaga for awhile now, and somewhat like like Kelly since her music days “one word” – love that song. While Gaga years ago should have called off her monsters, I think Kelly should just accept the apology for what it is, and move on…same for Gaga. It’s over ladies…OVER.

  • Mafs95

    I think Kelly said Xtina used to make comments about her being a little chubbier so the moment people started commenting on Xtina’s gain of weight, Kelly did some “revenge” on Twitter kinda mocking Xtina.

    I honestly find her very stupid and unlikable (I’m talking about Kelly O). She should look at herself in the mirror before criticizing others on “Fashion Police”… The way she dresses is absolutely awful, sometimes.

  • Rococo

    You mean an Osbourne didn’t act gracefully when presented with the opportunity to build a bridge? nooooooooooo…

    But really, she has got be either very very hungry for some cake, or just plain stupid. Anybody with a brain would have realized that it was a symbolic gesture. She wasn’t actually trying to feed you cake, Kelly.

  • Guest

    Ahhh, Twitter it’s the new hate and bully tool. Not just for celebs, but for all the tweens, teens, grown-ups.

  • pj

    I”m really not impressed with Gaga’s performance. It reeks of desperation, actually. She’s not a bad vocalist but that guitar was a prop. I lost some respect for her after she ripped off Madonna’s Express Yourself.

    That being said, Kelly is a whiny little beotch with no discernible talent looking for attention. These feuds are stupid.

    In terms of talent:

    Xtina > Gaga > Kelly

    ETA: Wasn’t it Sharon (before her image makeover) that claimed she sent her poop in tiffany boxes to detractors? Guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

    Missing Lou Reed a LOT right now. Ughh.

  • masacredo

    Time to grow up Kelly. As Miss Reinhart would say “I´ll have my cake and eat it too”

  • Mallory2696

    Some of those Little Monsters are really Little “Monsters”–no matter what they should not be tweeting the death threats and insults that I read.

  • Bugme Nomor

    So let’s see…

    Kelly criticizes Gaga on television to make money. Saying something about her weight gain? Suggesting she might be pregnant?

    In January, Lady Gaga writes an open letter in response, commenting on Kelly’s job of mocking celebrities’ fashion choices. Suggesting it is not a compassionate path and that it “breeds negativity.”

    Gaga’s fans defend her…to the point of bullying Kelly. She cries foul in the July issue of Cosmopolitan, given Gaga’s stance of bullying.

    “I loved Lady Gaga. I totally believed in everything she stood for, until I realized she’s a great big hypocrite. Don’t say, ‘When you see bullying, intervene,’ while letting your fans send me death threats. If my fans did that, I would not stand for it.”

    This month, in a book she authored, Sharon Osbourne calls Gaga, a “publicity seeking hypocrite.”

    Her fans react in negative fashion.

    Gaga then appears on her television show and apologizes to her daughter indirectly on television.

    Kelly then chooses to respond in rude fashion, generating publicity for herself.

    Gaga’s fans react…to the point of bullying Kelly.

    I don’t see the problem.

  • Lielle Hart

    Once an insecure overweight girl, always an insecure overweight girl.

  • Kariann Hart

    I find Lady Gaga to be a very talented young lady. Her figure (weight) looks fabulous. I don’t know anything about her other than that she’s an entertainer. Kelly O. does not impress me.
    Looking at Sharon, she’s a very beautiful woman – I don’t care how she got that way. Hmmm… I could use that kind of help!

  • WestiesRule

    These celebrity “feuds” kill me. They all need to get over themselves. In the “real” world we wouldn’t dare act like that unless we were 15 and in high school. Both of these “ladies” can be abrasive. Kelly has been hanging with Joan Rivers and in her mother’s shadow for too long. As for gaga, I’m just not a fan, sorry… don’t get it.

  • fuzzywuzzy

    It’s hard to pay much attention to this kind of nonsense. I’m glad that Gaga at least told her rabid fans that she disapproved of them attacking anyone. Obviously, she can’t control them, but at least she’s publicly disavowing their attack dog behavior.

  • Ronnie D

    The thing about Gaga is that she truly isn’t a hateful person. Kelly has always been a spoiled brat. She can take her purple hair and shove it.

  • Incipit

    “It’s hard to pay much attention to this kind of nonsense.”

    Amen to that, fuzzywuzzy. Oh. They have such problems. Obligatory ~Le Sigh~.

    It’s a publicity gambit, and it’s also a bore – just cannot manage to GAD.

  • Not fit to print

    WOWZA. I think Gaga meant well but she needed to send that tweet calling off the attack dogs many, many months ago when it mattered. Making a public display of apology (and not a direct one) long after the fact means very little.

    I bet Kelly’s mad at her mum, too, for not telling Gaga, that’s so nice but maybe I can call her on the phone and you can say happy birthday directly to break the ice.

    Oh well – first world problem.

  • Kesia Monteith

    Kelly Osbourne is such an unpleasant human being. Why can’t she ever be happy for basically being famous for nothing? Just calm down, already.

  • Kirsten

    Charming.

  • MichaelG (MikhailXO)

    lovely, Kelly. simply lovely. Sigh…

  • fuzzywuzzy

    Yes, Gaga should have called off her attack dogs right from the start, but at least it’s better late than never. Celebs need to try to disavow bad behavior from their nutso fans publicly, even if they know that it won’t necessarily stop them.

  • usedtobelucy

    Well, at least we’ve learned that “celebrity” is still not a synonym for “smart.”

    Am beginning to think it might be a synonym for “clueless bonehead,” though.

  • 4EALM_I

    that Kelly O is just a ray of sunshine isn’t she?