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J.Lo Is The New Queen Of YouTube!

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It only took her seven months.

J.Lo's On The Floor music video (featuring Pitbull) has surpassed Lady GaGa's Bad Romance as the most watched YouTube video by a female artist.

Who would've known a comeback could be so successful??

Jenny reigns with Justin Bieber now as YouTube royalty.

She's still got a long way to go though if she wants to beat the Bieb's Baby!

But we can all watch On the Floor again (above) to help her out a lil.

ALL HAIL THE NEW YOUTUBE QUEEN!

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Chinese Old Folks Choir Covers Lady GaGa's Bad Romance!!!

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Yes! YES! and YES!

A group of retired senior citizens all came together to parade their love for Mother Monster on Hunan TV!

As they cover Bad Romance in their Changsha dialect, they gleam with happiness and we couldn't love it more.

They're so animated! And so into it!! Lady GaGa would be very proud.

U have to watch this video. It will make UR day! PRESS that PLAY button!

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Alvin And The Chipmunks Want Your Bad Romance!

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Alvin and the Chipmunks are back!

For the third installment of the franchise, they're going on a cruise vacation.

Something goes a little haywire, though, and they end up "chip-wrecked!"

It won't be too sad for 'em, though. They get to sing Lady GaGa on the deserted island!

Check out the cute trailer for URself!

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Lady GaGa Vs. The Zip-Line At Good Morning America!

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Hey! It happens to the best of them!

Lady GaGa kicked off the Good Morning America Summer Concert Series this morning for a MASSIVE crowd in Central Park, but unfortunately, during her opening number, Bad Romance, the zip-line on which she was supposed to travel to the stage decided to be a little uncooperative!

Thankfully, about halfway through the song, they were able to resolve the issue, and she, of course, KILLED IT!

Check out the performance (above)!

We can't commend everyone enough for continuing on with the show, despite the obvious issues!

Such professionals!

Well done, Mother Monster!

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GaGaloo Reveals New Deets On Born This Way Album & Judas Music Video!

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We. Want. It. NOW!!!!

Lady GaGa sat down with NME Magazine for a bit of a chat about her upcoming album, Born This Way. With two singles already on the loose, the whole world is anticipating what other musical gems will be hidden on the disc for us all to enjoy. During the interview, GaGa played a few cuts of some songs that she was particularly proud of.

She gave a sneak listen to Government Hooker, which reportedly "reeks of Berlin sex clubs," Bloody Mary, which Gaga explains is sung from the perspective of Mary Magdalene and describes as "a spooky rave ballad" and finally, Americano a "really politicized song about immigration."

She went on to add that this coming album will play a bigger part in her life than perhaps the first two, considering the impact she is trying to make with it. She explained:

"I thought I was the cultural sh*tstorm. I walk into a room, people write about me. It wasn't until I release Born This Way [the single] that I realized how completely vacuous everything had been. I realized now what a small impact I've really had, and how massive the impact is that I'm about to have."

Understatement. This record is going to blow everyone away!!!

As for Judas, which she refers to as "Bad Romance Version 7," she reveals that the song is very important to her, but that the video will be more so. She reveals it will involve motorbikes, death and, in the final seconds, a strong spoken word sequence about being "beyond repentance." She explained:

"This is my way of saying 'I've already crossed the line. I won't even try to repent.' Nor should I."

Hell yes! Nor will you ever or should you ever!

Badass!!! Keep it all coming!!!

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Lady GaGa Highest Certified Artist In Digital Sales HISTORY!

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Huge news, Little Monsters!

The Recording Industry Association of America has officially recognized Lady GaGa as the HIGHEST-certified artist in digital sales HISTORY!

Between her hits Just Dance, Poker Face, Bad Romance, Paparazzi, and LoveGame, she has sold 20 MILLION downloads in the US to date - and that's without the sales of Telephone, Alejandro, and Born This Way, which have yet to receive certification from RIAA!

HOLY SHIZ! ABSOLUTELY EFFING AMAZEBALLS!

Congratulations, Mother Monster!!

GaGa nation is officially upon us! Paws up!!

[Image via WENN.]

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Rolling Stone Teases New GaGa Tracks!

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The more and more we hear, the more excited we get!

Lady GaGa recently gave Rolling Stone Magazine a PREVIEW of song of the new tracks from her upcoming album, Born This Way (JEALOUS!), and if they're all as good as they're described to be, then we think we have QUITE the record on its way! Not that we ever doubted that it would be anything short of PERFECTION!

The upcoming songs include:

Judas:

Currently scheduled as the second single from the album, Judas is a classic Lady GaGa pop banger with three huge hooks, a thumping house music breakdown and a vocal part that borrows a bit of Rihanna's distinctive cadence. GaGa has written about falling for the wrong guy before in Love Game and Bad Romance, but this time around she's a bit less dark and dramatic. There's a bubbly sweetness in her voice as she sings "I'm just a horny fool / baby it's so cool / I'm still in love with Judas, baby."

Edge of Glory:

This one sounds crazy in print — it's a massive power ballad with heavy club beats that features Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band wailing on his saxophone (Clemons also plays on Hair) — but somehow it all seems totally natural when you actually hear it. There's an element of cheesiness to it, but it's totally captivating and incredibly catchy. If any of these new GaGa tunes demands to be a big fat hit, this is it. The inclusion of Clemons is an inspired touch that amplifies the song's Eighties stadium rock vibe, but his actual performance is amazing and ranks among the best of his career.

Scheiße:

A remixed version of this number was used in a recent runway show by fashion designer Thierry Mugler. The album version doesn't have the same hardcore European house flavor, but it's definitely the tune most likely to bring back memories of early-Nineties dance crossover hits by C&C Music Factory, Snap and RuPaul. The opening of the song — in which she flatly intones "I don't speak German, but I can if you like" — is fierce, but the song is saved from being a slight novelty by a soaring chorus that vaguely recalls Survivor's Eye of the Tiger.

Hair:

Hair is another inspirational song in the mold of Born This Way, but it's a bit weirder, mixing the yearning romantic melodrama of Pat Benetar's We Belong with the hard industrial metal edge of Broken-era Nine Inch Nails. The lyrics are essentially about embracing one's hairstyle as the ultimate expression of their identity, climaxing with GaGa triumphantly declaring "I am my hair!" in its huge sing along chorus. An anthem for hair salons everywhere.

You and I:

GaGa didn't share the studio version of this theatrical rock ballad, but she did perform it in her concert later in the evening. This one has been part of her Monster Ball setlist for months now, and at this point it's already a crowd-pleasing showstopper. Assuming that the album recording will have more or less the same piano-centric arrangement, You and I will provide a necessary break from the high energy beats on the other tracks.

AMAZING! There seems to be such an eclectic variety of other artists from whom she drew inspiration!

It's hard to imagine how she's successfully combined all of their genres and merged them into one, cohesive sound, but we think that if anyone can do it, she can - and she HAS!

Paws up, bitches! Born This Way is coming!

YAY!

Thoughts?? U excited to hear The Horned GaGa's new tracks??

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