Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Lady Gaga record label bossespressurise star to ditchcontroversial Princess Diana song from new albu

The singer had recorded a song about
the late royal but is telling fans there's
better material to go on the album
Lady Gaga recorded a song about
Princess Diana
Lady Gaga has been pressured into
ditching the controversial song she
wrote about Princess Diana's death
from her new album.
The tastefully titled Princess Die was
planned as one of the tracks on Artpop
but worried record company bosses
urged her to leave it off.
Gaga, 27, performed the song at a
concert in Twickenham last year and
told a somewhat sceptical crowd that it
was her way of paying homage to the
royal, who died in a car crash in Paris
in 1997.
At the gig she said: "Since I was a very
young girl, the People's Princess was
the most important person in me and
my mother's life.
"I predict controversy but I don't care.
Let's take a moment to appreciate her
The inspiration for the track came from
fashion label Louis Vuitton sending
Gaga a tiara in the post, which is very
regal indeed.
But sources say that the 2011-penned
tune did not go down too well with her
record label Streamline and parent firm
Interscope. I'm told: "Lady Gaga was
passionate about Princess Die and,
though she admitted it wasn't her best

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