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iLeaks' 'Animal' Is NOT Lady GaGa's Song

January 15, 2011 (2:26 am) GMT
The spokesperson for GaGa dismisses rumor that a female singer singing the song posted by iLeaks is the 'Poker Face' hitmaker.
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It turns out that recently-leaked song titled "Animal" which was speculated to be one of 's songs doesn't belong to the outlandish singer. Her representative quickly reaches out to MTV to clear up the rumor. "The reported leak is not a GaGa record," the rep said.

The racy track was first brought forward by iLeaks in a form of a short snippet with promise to unlock it in full if it reached a certain number of "likes" on Facebook. "I can see the way that you're looking at me," a female singer is heard throwing the lyrics. "Like you're hungry and I'm the only thing that you see/ Can't tame you from the way you're watching me/ Baby I'll keep you up all night/ Gonna tie you up/ I'll hit you right/ Animal, animal."

The first official Lady GaGa single from her highly-anticipated album "" is scheduled to make its way out next month on February 13. It might be showcased live at the Grammy Awards which coincidentally takes place on the same day.

After winning two golden gramophones last year, Lady GaGa is now competing in six categories including Album of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Short Form Music Video. She will be singing at the event along with , , , and Green.

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