Buzz Bites (11/7/12): Lady Gaga Among The Many Celebs Celebrating Gay Rights Victories

Lady Gaga was proud to celebrate the victory of America's first openly gay senator.

+ With all of the political chatter on Twitter last night surrounding the election, Lady Gaga was one of many celebs who were ecstatic over several advances for gay rights. "[Congrats] to @TammyBaldwinWI for being elected the first openly gay senator in the HISTORY of The United States. #inspiring #brave #courageous," she tweeted. (MTV News)

+ One Direction's Take Me Home won't officially drop until Nov. 13, but you can stream the whole album now via iTunes. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ In anticipation of President Obama's win last night, Young Jeezy released "We Done It Again," which can be streamed and downloaded here. (Rap-Up)

+ Praise! Beyoncé has joined Instagram and she's added two cute photos, one of her wearing a "Texans For Obama" T-shirt and another that just says, "TAKE THAT MITCHES." Also, yay Obama! (MTV News)

+ If you were wondering if Britney Spears will return to her gig as a judge on "The X Factor" next season, she said during an interview, "Yes, I definitely will." (Billboard)

+ J. Cole turns 28 on Jan. 28, 2013, and he'll be releasing his sophomore album to celebrate. He announced Born Sinners' release date during a web chat on Monday. (MTV News)

+ While Foo Fighters may be taking a breather, Dave Grohl is keeping busy. He has signed on to be the drummer again for Queens of The Stone Age for their next album, due next year. Grohl also kept their beat on 2002's Songs For The Deaf. (Pitchfork)

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