Star Scoop: Gaga Takes Flight, Mariska Hargitay Walks the Line, Leonardo DiCaprio’s Birthday Chainz


In case you missed Lady Gaga's Brooklyn artRAVE, it featured live performances of her new album; DJ sets by Madeon, DJ White Shadow, and Lady Starlight; artwork by Jeff Koons and Marina Abramović; and… a motorized, flying dress. [Entertainment Weekly]

For 15 seasons, she's captivated audiences as Detective Olivia Benson on Law & Order: SVU, so it's prime time that Mariska Hargitay be immortalized on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The award-winning actress received the 2,511th star on the lane, right next to her late mother's Jayne Mansfield. [E! Online]

Happy birthday, you blonde boy wonder! Leonardo DiCaprio shed his wolf wears during his 39th birthday celebration at New York City's Tao, where Kanye West and 2 Chainz took the stage. [Complex]

Though his spirits were visibly high last night, DiCaprio reportedly suffered a few blows at the hands of George Clooney—three in a row, to be exact. In the latter's new interview with Esquire Magazine, he revealed that he and his fifty-something friends beat Leo's crew in three games of basketball, 11-0. [Esquire]

What started off as a segment for breast cancer awareness ended up saving Amy Robach's life. The ABC Newscorrespondent revealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer after an on-air mammogram. “And while everyone who gets cancer is clearly unlucky, I got lucky by catching it early, and there are so many people to thank for making sure I did,” she wrote on “Every producer, every person who urged me to do this, changed my trajectory.” [The Hollywood Reporter]

As if Hunger Games: Catching Fire wasn't already bringing the heat, the Lionsgate release is getting more promotion by teaming up with Fandango for a 10-part video series. [Variety]

The Edwardian Era lives on! PBS and ITV's Downton Abbey has been renewed for a fifth season. [Vulture]