Born This Way: Lady GaGa

February 8, 2011 by Post Team 

Born This Way, Lady GaGa has advanced the date of her new single Born This Way, saying it “can not wait any longer.” Poker Face hitmaker, who was to release its latest attack on the charts February 13, announced that Born This Way would be released this Friday (February 11). GaGa took Twitter to tell her disciples about the change, Twitter “. Can not wait any longer, only next Friday ” Last month, the star Phone teases its fans about the release of the single, even posting complete lyrics of the track on Twitter.

The single is the first song to make new album Lady G eagerly awaited, was also born like that law, which is due for release May 23

In other news from Lady GaGa’s star has appeared in an episode of TV series 60 minutes, when she returned to New York apartment she used to live before she was a superstar … entry should be refused.

(UKPA) – Sir Elton John said he would be honored to have an episode of Glee dedicated to his music.

The Rocket Man singer – who recently recorded a duet with Glee star Matthew Morrison – said he is a big fan of the TV music and would like to make an appearance in it.

Elton said: “I was not asked to go on but I like the Glee show is such a positive show and I loved how much the duo Matthew Morrison.

“It’s a great show, it’s fun, and I can not believe that people do not like their music on it, I just think it’s a compliment.”

The 63-year-old singer also revealed plans to play live with Lady Gaga, who duets with the soundtrack of his film animation 3D new Gnomeo and Juliet.

He praised her highly anticipated new album, calling it “astounding” and added: “Born This Way, the first single is phenomenal and is an anthem to be played for years and years, it should be up and up for it. ”

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