Lady Gaga had some Halloween advice for all the fans looking for the perfect Gaga look, "Wigs, purple shampoo and high heels. Lots of latex." She also said she had some low key plans for tonight's festivities, "I'm just gonna not dress up, because I have been unable to just go out and have, like, a good hammered evening out ... sloppy, like maybe face-down somewhere in a bar." Sounds familiar. [MTV]

DTP rapper Lil Scrappy claims he's recorded a "heart touching" new song with Trey Songz, called "Thug it to the Bone." "That's the most lyrical spiritual, real, heart touching [song] and people can feel that," Scrappy said. "What people can't feel, they don't remember. Dance songs, crunk songs, all that s--- good. But when it come to songs that'll be around forever, that'll get you that publishing check forever, those are the ones that go. I don't give a f--- about that club s--- for real. Thug It to the Bone is one of those you can make a movie off just what I'm saying in all the verses..." Uh, yeah. [AllHipHop]

Hey dudes! Advice from Boy Bands! UK paper, The Guardian got advice from 5 Boy Band singers, and here are our favorites:

Nicky Byrne, Westlife: "Boybands have really changed in the last 10 years. It's less about girls' fantasies and getting your top off than about fans coming together, looking out for you, singing along."

Kevin Jonas, Jonas Brothers: "My advice to boybands would to be to keep level-headed, but think about how you can branch out. Your fans will grow with you, but you've got to move with them, too."

Tony Mortimer, East 17: "Enjoy the days when you're starting out. They're the best times: coming up, getting known, when it's all still new. I can still feel that excitement in my legs when I was young – running home to work on an idea, to dream something up. I felt like a magician." [DailySwarm]