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Lady Gaga brings single release date forward
Lady Gaga has brought forward the release date of her new single 'Born This Way'.
The pop superstar was due to unveil her hotly anticipated track on February 13 but fans will now be able to hear it from Friday (11.02.11).
The singer has made the decision to bring it out sooner because she is so keen for it to hit the airwaves.
She wrote on her twitter page: "Can't wait any longer, single coming Friday."
Gaga has been so excited about bringing out her new material she hasn't been able to sleep at night.
She revealed in another post on the micro-blogging website: "So many nights I've wept, too many thoughts to say. But now its less than 12 days left, till I was Born This Way. X Mother Monster (sic)"
The track is the first single to be taken from her upcoming new album - which is also entitled 'Born This Way' - which is scheduled for release on May 23.
The 24-year-old singer is rumoured to be debuting the track live at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night (13.02.11).Posted on 8 Feb 2011 16:15 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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