The importance of tonight’s #RHOBH episode, instead of any negativity, is that this September we helped pass House Resolution 401, a huge triumph for our 501(c)(3) foundation, and for animal rights. H.Res.401, the resolution we have been working on for years, urges all nations to outlaw the dog and cat meat trade. It has been a long journey but we never gave up! From marches, to @dr.johnsessa and me speaking at congress, to lobbying, countless trips to China, and social campaigns, we finally achieved what has become our biggest milestone to date. Amidst the negativity stemming from others in the public eye, we choose to focus on the positivity and success of our endeavors and are thrilled to have had a hand in this proactive and important mission. We are inspired now more than ever to keep moving forward in the fight to end the dog and cat meat trade. To all of our supporters, we can’t thank you enough for your continued commitment to helping pass H.Res.401. We will keep you posted on our other legislative endeavors, as we work with @repteddeutch to pass the PACT Act against animal torture. Together, we know that we can work to end these barbaric practices. #HRes401 #StopYulinForever @vanderpumpdogs
Most of us know her as a housewife on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills or Vanderpump Rules. Lisa Vanderpump is also a dog advocate, taking on issues such as puppy mills, and the canine meat trade. Born in Dulwich, London, England, she has been married to Ken Todd since 1982.
Lady Gaga was born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta in New York, New York. Her stage name was inspired by the Queen song Radio Ga-Ga. She is a household name to most of us, young and old, who have watched her rise to stardom through her music and her acting.
Her influences include Madonna, Michael Jackson, David Bowie, and Freddie Mercury, all of which were somewhat apparent in her younger years of writing and performing.
Her latest venture, co-starring with Bradley Cooper in A Star is Born, and writing some of the songs and music earned her an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Original Song, for Shallow.
In 2012, Gaga started the non-profit foundation, Born This Way, named after her 2011 single and focusing on youth empowerment. She is also an avid LGBT advocate and openly admits to being bisexual.
Growing up in different areas of the world a generation apart and leading life in different streams, other than being well-known each in their own field, it would seem the two would have little in common. But, what they do have is a mutual admiration and Twitter.
So what lead to their St. Patty’s Day girl’s night out?
Well, we can’t be sure how it came about, but Gaga and Vanderpump were seen at Pump, a West Hollywood restaurant owned by Vanderpump, for dinner and then moved on later in the evening to the TomTom Bar, a local nightclub.
Harper’s Bazaar sited Entertainment Tonight, stating “the pair arrived for dinner at Lisa Vanderpump’s venue Pump in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Los Angeles. They reportedly hung out in a corner nook close to the bar around 11 p.m.”