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Elton John Gives Lady Gaga High Praise For ‘Born This Way’

HollywoodNews.com: In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Elton John opened up about good friend, newfound collaborator and fellow glam fashionista Lady Gaga.

During the interview, which is partly published on the Rolling Stone website and can be found in the magazine’s latest issue, John praised the reigning Queen of Pop’s upcoming album, Born This Way, going so far as to proclaim the title track “the anthem that’s going to obliterate ‘I Will Survive.'”

“I’ve heard her new album. It’s amazing. …I can’t think of how huge it’s going to be,” John said.

Considering the huge impact John’s music has had throughout his prolific career, audiophiles will have to take his word for it until Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” single drops Feb. 13, the day of the GRAMMY Awards.

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One Comment

  • February 3, 2011 | Permalink |

    Gaga is not the Queen of Pop and never will be. Madonna is and has spent over 30 years EARNING that title. Gaga is a ripoff and a fraud.

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