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Lady GaGa Talks About "Born This Way" and Being In An Egg

Lady GaGa talks about her show-stopping entrance during the Grammys and her new single being compared to Madonna's "Express Yourself."
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Everyone was looking forward to see who will shine on the red carpet during the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards and with Lady GaGa's entrance in a giant semi-transparent egg, she surely reigned above all. In an interview with Ryan Seacrest, Lady GaGa tells him that she was inside the egg for 72 hours. She says, "...it was a very creative experience. It was time for me to really prepare and think about the meaning of the song and get prepared for the performance...”

People have been talking about Lady GaGa's new single "Born This Way" which she launched and performed at the Grammys. Critics say that the new single sounds like Madonna's classic, "Express Yourself." Lady GaGa paid a visit to The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and tells Jay Leno that she was able to get the support of her idol and that Madonna was OK with the song.

What do you think of Lady GaGa's new single?

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