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An Israeli man accused of leaking material from Madge's newest album has been charged with computer trespassing, prohibited secret monitoring, copyright infringement and obstructing investigation.
The 'Living for Love' singer opens up that she suffered whiplash, 'There was a man standing over me with a flashlight until about 3 A.M., making sure I was still conscious.'
The Material Girl says she can relate to the outspoken Kanye, insists there was no drama between her and the Mother Monster, and has nothing but good words for the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker.
The singer was singing the first few lines of her 'Living for Love' on a platform when she fell off after one of her dancers failed to remove her lengthy cape.
Perry donned a crystal embellished, sheer dress by Zuhair Murad, Madonna dressed up as a sexy matador, while GaGa bared her cleavage and leg in a low-cut and high-slit long dress.
The pop diva became the first high-profile artist to premiere a music video via the image messaging app after she premiered the Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen-directed clip on Thursday.
Madge shares a 19-second clip of two dancers dancing to the song hours after what's believed to be the final, mastered version of her 'Rebel Heart' album leaked online.
Madge thanks 'the FBI, the Israeli Police investigators and anyone else who helped lead to the arrest of this hacker.'
Also featuring guest Nas, the follow-up to 2012's 'MDNA' will feature 19 songs including six tracks which Madge rush-released last month after a bunch of her demos leaked online.
Eric Church is also among the musical guests for the 57th annual Grammy Awards on February 8, making his first performance at the Music's Biggest Night.
The controversial singer is expected to play 'Living for Love' from her new album 'Rebel Heart' at the upcoming awards event set for February 8.
RiRi originally recorded her version of the classic back in 2008 and used it for her live performance at 'Fashion Rocks'.
The singer posts some Instagram photos related to the incident, including one of people holding up the 'Je Suis Charlie' signs on the streets of Paris, with #rebelheart in the captions.
The Material Girl insists that she's not comparing herself to any of the great heroes in the photoshopped pictures, 'I'm admiring and acknowledging there (sic) Rebel Hearts.'
The singer is branded disrespectful and offensive after posting photoshopped images of King and Nelson Mandela with her signature black cords across their faces.