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Lady GaGa Has Chosen Her Next Single!

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And it's Marry the Night!!!

Yeah! Great choice,! The fans are just ecstatic over the news too!

Even though many were torn on which should be next up, the feedback on this decision has been very positive.

And no need to worry little monsters! Bloody Mary, Scheiße, Government Hooker… those could all be future singles!

This is a great single for the autumn/early winter seasons!

Lookin' forward to that video, GaGaloo!

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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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How GaGa Works, The Process Behind Government Hooker

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It must be magical!

DJ Whiteshadow, one of the featured producers on Born This Way, revealed what it was like working with Lady GaGa. Calling her new single, Government Hooker, a "beast" of a song, he had nothing but praise for the GaGaloo. He said:

[Born This Way] is not a pop album; it’s a pop masterpiece of music. If there was no category of pop music, you wouldn’t call it pop music.

We were in this studio in Vegas, and I was playing some hip-hop stuff [for GaGa's label boss Vince Herbert], and I ran across this [old beat I had made], and we were talking about faster songs, so I sped it up and I played it for Vince. He was like, 'Whoa.' She walked in, and I played it for her and [producer] Fernando [Garibay]. She laid it out in two seconds. She sang over the melody and tuned it up and put the chorus in. She finished it super quick."

Going into more detail about GaGa's amazingness, he added:

"The guy that’s actually talking, that’s her security guard. We were sitting there thinking how to make a computerized voice, so we were like, 'Let’s get Pete in here. He’s got a super-thick Dutch accent, and he’s trying to read off paper. It was insane, and he just talks like that.

That’s what it’s like working with GaGa. It’s like a f—ing supernova. When she walks into a room, things explode. She thinks of sh– that I can’t comprehend. It doesn’t make sense to me, and I’m a creative person."

He then went on to speak about how he sees Lady GaGa as a person and an artist.

"Working with her is totally different than anyone else I’ve ever done anything with. She’s the most hands-on person I’ve ever run into. She could walk into Steve Jobs’ office and tell him he’s doing Apple wrong, and he’d listen. As a producer, it’s super cool to be with somebody who generally cares and is fully involved."

And that's why her music is so awesome! We know the rest of Born This Way is going to be incredible!

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Watch Lady GaGa On The Thierry Mugler Catwalk!

As we mentioned yesterday, Lady GaGa made a special appearance at the Thierry Mugler womenswear show in Paris and now you can see her in action!

Watch GaGa strut her stuff and listen to a preview of her new song, Government Hooker, in the clip (above)!

P.S. Derek Blasberg tweeted Gagaloo's finale made Anna Wintour smile. Derek said he hasn't seen Anna do that since Alexander McQueen's "They Shoot Horses" show in October of 2003. That says a lot!

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GaGa Reveals More Song Titles From Born This Way!

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Oh man!

We've been so excited about Born This Way that we almost forgot there are sixteen other tracks on the album which we just can't WAIT to hear!

In the upcoming profile on Lady GaGa in Vogue, the singer opened up about what other songs to expect once her new single hits the airwaves tomorrow, and the more we hear, the more excited we get!

According to the article:

"After I wrote it [Born This Way], the gates just opened, and the songs kept coming. It was like an immaculate conception." She plays a few more songs and mentions a few others—with tantalizing titles like “Hair,” “Bad Kids,” and “Government Hooker.”

The second single to be released is called “Judas and is, typically, a mash-up: The melody sounds like it was written for the Ronettes, but it is set to a sledgehammering dance beat and is about falling in love with backstabbing men of the biblical variety. Another song, “Americano,” which she describes as like “a big mariachi techno-house record, where I am singing about immigration law and gay marriage and all sorts of things that have to do with disenfranchised communities in America,” has a resounding Piafesque chorus. Turns out it was intentional. “It sounds like a pop record, but when I sing it, I see Edith Piaf in a spotlight with an old microphone.” (Piaf is an apt reference—they both evince a similar brand of heroic vulnerability.) But, she says, “there are some very rock-’n’-roll moments on the album, too: There’s a Bruce Springsteen vibe, there’s a Guns N’ Roses moment. It’s the anthemic nature of the melodies and the choruses.” She feels it’s different from—and better than—anything she’s done before. “It is much more vocally up to par with what I’ve always been capable of. It’s more electronic, but I have married a very theatrical vocal to it. It’s like a giant musical-opus theater piece.”

Unbelievable!

There's no way to properly prepare for what's to come - we know that no matter what, you're going to be absolutely BLOWN AWAY by what LG has managed to create with this album!

Gurl is UNSTOPPABLE!

Get yourselves ready, Monsters, it's going to be TRULY spectacular!

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