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The Jeff Koons-created sculpture of naked GaGa, which is featured in the album's cover, will be displayed on 'ARTPOP' release party on November 10.
The pop superstar's new song is a fitting accompaniment for the action-packed new trailer of the movie.
The artists and some YouTube stars will perform at the first YouTube Awards, which will be live-streamed worldwide from New York City on November 3.
The Mother Monster says that in her final days of working on her new album, she feels 'like an atelier. refining seams. ironing fabrics. needling the last thread of my couture creation.'
The raptress claims that the Mother Monster has stolen an 'ARTPOP' track called 'Red Flame' from a demo, which was supposed to be a collaboration between the two stars.
The flamboyant entertainer channeled Dorothy for her September 9 performance on the ABC morning show.
The Mother Monster asks her Little Monsters to choose one of four 'ARTPOP' songs, which iclude 'Sex Dream', 'MANiCURE', 'Aura', and 'Swine', to be the follow-up to lead single 'Applause'.
Rumor has it, the 'Applause' singer will return as musical guest and host in the upcoming season of the NBC variety series.
The Mother Monster gives her fans at the London festival the first listen to seven new songs that include 'Aura', 'MANiCURE', 'ARTPOP' and 'Jewels and Drugs'.
The 'ARTPOP' artist releases another video from her iTunes Festival kick-off performance rehearsals.
The Monster ringleader gives a hint at what to expect from her gig at the upcoming iTunes Festival by teasing her new rock-inspired song.
The 'Applause' singer performs the new song during rehearsals for the upcoming show she billed as '#SwineFest.'
The non-profit organization accuses the network of 'marketing sexually charged messages to young children using former child stars and condom commercials.'
In addition to working with her longtime collaborator, the Mother Monster has collaborated with DJ Madeon and rapper Too Short.
GaGa books her first trip to the Andy Cohen-hosted talk show on Wednesday, September 11.