Lady GaGa Confirms 'American Idol' Performance
Lady GaGa is going to invade "American Idol" next month. In a post on Twitter, the dance queen who is well known for her outrageous outfit and theatrical stage act confirmed she will perform on the reality singing competition on May 5.
In her official website meanwhile, Lady GaGa announces that she is going to drop a limited edition 2GB USB-drive of "The Fame Monster". The set will hit the market on May 3, the same day a remix CD of the 2009 effort gets its international release.
The limited edition will be filled with 800 MB of content, including "Telephone" controversial music video which features Beyonce Knowles. The remix CD, on the other hand, consists of seventeen remixed tracks from both "The Fame" and "The Fame Monster".
Cover art of "The Fame Monster" limited edition:
Tracklisting of "The Fame Monster" limited edition:
The Fame Monster
- "Bad Romance"
- "Dance in the Dark"
- "Telephone" feat. Beyonce Knowles
- "So Happy I Could Die"
- "Bad Romance" - Starsmith remix
- "Telephone" - Passion Pit remix
- "Paparazzi" - Demolition Crew remix
- "Just Dance" - Deewaan Remix
- "LoveGame" - Robot to Mars remix
- "Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)" - Frankmusik remix
- "Poker Face" - Live From the Cherrytree House
- "Bad Romance" - Grum Remix
- "Telephone" (featuring Beyonce Knowles) - Alphabeat Remix
- "Just Dance" (feat. Colby O'Donis)
- "Poker Face"
- "Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)"
- "Beautiful Dirty Rich"
- "Bad Romance"
- "Telephone" (Featuring Beyonce Knowles)
- Digital Booklet
- Single covers and Photo gallery
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