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The members of the Recording Industry Association of America claim Kim Dotcom gained $175 million in illicit profits while costing the rightful copyright owners $500 million.
The solo version of the song, which originally features vocals from R. Kelly, is included in the compilation album Europa FM 2014.
The Mother Monster opens her New York apartment's door for MTV's camera and gives Sway Calloway a tour around her place.
The Mother Monster takes the late night show's audience to the Roseland Ballroom, where she performs her songs including 'G.U.Y.' and 'Dope'.
While it will be the Mother Monster's first time to serve as a performer, it won't be her first appearance on the CBS show as she sat down for an interview with David Letterman back in 2011.
The Mother Monster wears a 'birthday suit' which features roses to cover her private parts when going to the Roseland Ballroom.
'When I am home I am like, shoes are off, I'm making him dinner,' the Mother Monster explains when asked about her relationship with her actor boyfriend.
The singer starts off as an angel who gets shot with an arrow on top of a hill by a bunch of executives.
The controversial singer said she took bulimia seriously because, like Lovato, she was a victim of the eating disorder.
After previewing the clip on 'Today', the Mother Monster talks about working with artist Millie Brown and calls the vomiting stunt 'art in its purest form.'
The Mother Monster also announces that South Korean girlband Crayon Pop will open her upcoming North American concerts this summer.
A petition is launched to demand GaGa to stop 'glamorizing bulimia' by ending her professional relationship with Millie Brown, the artist who vomited green liquid on the star during last week's show.
The New York singer shares the design on Twitter and says that 'the stage is Lucite and you can just dance underneath the runways.'
Millie Brown, who vomited green paint all over the Mother Monster at SXSW, slams back the former Disney star, suggesting that she's a hypocrite.
The former Disney star, who struggled with an eating disorder in the past, says that the Mother Monster's performance is not 'cool' or 'artsy' at all.