SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- International pop superstar Lady Gaga today added another notch to her belt of #1 hits as "Bad Romance" climbs to the top of Billboard's Top 40 Airplay Chart. She becomes the first artist in the chart's history to send their first five singles to the #1 spot, and remarkably she has done so in less than a year. "Bad Romance" is Gaga's first hit from her second album, The Fame Monster (Streamline / Konlive / Cherrytree / Interscope Records). Her debut album, The Fame, has sold more than 8 million copies worldwide, and her singles have sold an astounding 35 million digital copies as well. The album is the home to her previous #1 hits ("Just Dance," "Poker Face," "LoveGame" and "Paparazzi").
Says Lady Gaga, "Just six months ago, 'Bad Romance' was nothing but a dream, a recurring melody, a lyric hidden on a napkin on my tour bus. Now, it's my fifth #1 record, and a reminder to fans to always follow their dreams. I would like to thank all my beautiful little monsters and my incredibly supportive team for the most memorable year of my life. To have had such a phenomenal reception to my second album, The Fame Monster, is life-changing. I'm so happy I could die."
Lady Gaga is wrapping up the first U.S. leg of her Monster Ball Tour this month, and after she performs at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on January 31 (where she is nominated for five Grammys), she'll take a revamped Monster Ball Tour to the U.K.
SOURCE Interscope Records