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  • EMI Italy:

    "The Fame" has sold 15 million copies worldwide.

    http://www.earone.it/news/lady_gaga_il_ ... e_7883940/

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    • BPI site has FINALLY updated its website, so we can see Gaga's UK certifications!! (Almost all of her singles and albums were undercertified or even uncertified)

      THE FAME (MONSTER) - 9xPLAT
      -Just Dance: PLAT
      -Poker Face: PLAT
      -Paparazzi: GOLD
      -Lovegame: SILVER

      -Bad Romance: PLAT
      -Telephone: PLAT
      -Alejandro: GOLD

      THE REMIX - GOLD

      BORN THIS WAY - 3xPLAT
      -BTW: PLAT
      -Judas: SILVER
      -TEOG: GOLD

      THE MONSTER BALL TOUR DVD - GOLD

      Anyone knows how much Y&I and MTN sold there? Aren't they close to 200k so they can be certified Silver? Thanks!

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      • awesome!

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        • "Poker Face" tops 7 million in the US!

          Gaga’s 2009 smash "Poker Face" becomes the seventh song to reach the 7 million mark in digital sales. It’s just the third song by a female solo artist to achieve this feat, following Adele’s "Rolling In The Deep" (7,984,000) and Carly Rae Jepsen’s "Call Me Maybe" (7,223,000). "Poker Face" hit #1 in the spring of 2009. It received Grammy nominations for Record and Song of the Year.

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          • Music Week:

            "Born This Way" UK Album Sales: 950,000

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            • Originally posted by LostAvenger
              "Poker Face" tops 7 million in the US!

              Gaga’s 2009 smash "Poker Face" becomes the seventh song to reach the 7 million mark in digital sales. It’s just the third song by a female solo artist to achieve this feat, following Adele’s "Rolling In The Deep" (7,984,000) and Carly Rae Jepsen’s "Call Me Maybe" (7,223,000). "Poker Face" hit #1 in the spring of 2009. It received Grammy nominations for Record and Song of the Year.
              Finally!! I hope someday Gaga will have another hit of the heights of Just Dance or Poker Face!

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              • Originally posted by LostAvenger
                Music Week:

                "Born This Way" UK Album Sales: 950,000
                great, 1m after all.
                My Chart

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                • 3,8m albums in the UK after just 2 albums, that's really good

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                  • Originally posted by toni_pest
                    3,8m albums in the UK after just 2 albums, that's really good

                    aaw those new divas, snatch so many wigs in so little time.
                    My Chart

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                    • Yesterday`s update:

                      LADY GAGA – Applause: 60.787 (+ 2.294)

                      And people said 60M AI would be its peak!

                      POP
                      16 13 LADY GAGA Applause 7401 6049 1352 46.949

                      +261 spins
                      +212 bullet
                      +1.956 AI

                      Amazing!!



                      Stable!

                      Lady Gaga - Applause (Official) - 51,520,564 views!

                      Request:
                      - In the USA: http://gagamedia.net/?page_id=14358
                      - On iHeartRadio - AT 40: http://www.at40.com/pages/who-will-be-number-1
                      - Worldwide: http://gagamedia.net/?page_id=14007
                      Vevo Uploads:
                      - Lyric Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ld9cZ7d_2A
                      - Music Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pco91kroVgQ

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                      • LADY GAGA – Applause: 63.067 (+ 2.280)
                        http://imageshack.com/a/img849/1083/53i6.jpg - Ghost Stories Collection
                        http://imageshack.com/a/img673/1381/YsoAr1.jpg - Album of 2014

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                        • Originally posted by Supernatural
                          LADY GAGA – Applause: 63.067 (+ 2.280)
                          WOW !! It's doing great again I think it's able to cross 80M now

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                          • Love the 2M updates!

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                            • love it

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                              • 10/12 BB200:

                                http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/chart-watc ... 09358.html

                                Imagine Dragons' Night Visions, which holds at #25 for the second week, tops the 1 million mark in digital sales this week. It's only the seventh album in digital history to sell 1 million digital copies. It's the third debut album to achieve this feat, following Mumford & Sons' Sigh No More (1,656,000) and Lady Gaga's The Fame (1,076,000).

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                                • CANADA 04/10

                                  1 INT 87 LADY GAGA BORN THIS WAY 162 315 39 269,173

                                  From 3weeks ago but just now noticed it. Pretty good numbers imo

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                                  • Billboard:

                                    Since 2008, Gaga has amassed five Grammy Awards (from 15 nominations), 24 million albums, and 125 million singles worldwide.

                                    http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... pop-events

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                                    • Canadian catalogue

                                      1 INT 71 LADY GAGA FAME, THE 214 114 100 650,538

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                                      • Wow! Huge total sales!

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                                        • 8x Platinum

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                                          • Lady Gaga's Official Top 10 Biggest Selling UK Singles Revealed!

                                            12/11/2013
                                            By Justin Myers


                                            o celebrate the release of Mother Monster's new album ARTPOP, we count down Lady Gaga’s biggest sellers on the UK's Official Singles Chart!

                                            In a career spanning just half a decade, Lady Gaga has become one of the most talked-about artists in the music biz.

                                            Every song and every image change is something of an event, and as Gaga unleashes her third full studio album ARTPOP, we count down her big ones.

                                            Here is Lady Gaga’s Official Top 10 Biggest Selling UK Singles - each one unforgettable.

                                            10. Applause (2013)

                                            The newest track on the countdown, and Lady Gaga’s most recent chart hit, Applause served as the lead track from new album ARTPOP. It had been a long wait for new Gaga music – a hip injury meant that we’d been hanging on for almost two years before Applause hit the stores. Gaga was back and bigger than ever!

                                            PEAK POSITION: 5
                                            SALES: 215,000
                                            CHART FACT: Applause was Lady Gaga’s first Top 5 hit for two and half years.

                                            9. Judas (2011)

                                            Frantic, frenetic, energetic and unstoppable, Judas was the second official cut from Gaga’s heavily anticipated second album – or sophomore, if that’s your thing – Born This Way. Gaga continued her trend of controversial videos packed with action, by joining a biker gang and partying in an Elizabethan banqueting hall in the slick clip for Judas. (Are you sure about this? – Video Ed)

                                            PEAK POSITION: 8
                                            SALES: 302,000
                                            CHART FACT: Judas took six weeks to reach its peak of Number 8, after slipping to Number 23 before climbing again.

                                            8. Alejandro (2010)

                                            This third and final single to be lifted from Gaga’s The Fame Monster EP, which was included in a re-release of debut album The Fame in the UK, was Gaga’s biggest love letter to Europop yet, with definite ABBA influences. The video combined Gaga’s by-now trademark highly stylised imagery with what every good pop video needs – some hardcore dance routines.|

                                            PEAK POSITION: 7
                                            SALES: 436,000
                                            CHART FACT: Such was demand for new material from Gaga on the release of The Fame Monster, a number of tracks from the album charted straight away. Alejandro was one of them, making it to Number 75 long before its proper release.

                                            7. The Edge Of Glory (2011)

                                            This upbeat track, the third to be released from Born This Way, is one of Gaga’s more upbeat numbers but was actually written in the aftermath of the death of the singer’s grandfather. The euphoric dance track has one of Gaga’s more low-key videos – she doesn’t even change her outfit once! She mustn’t have seen anything she liked in the shops; we have days like that too. Soul-destroying.

                                            PEAK POSITION: 6
                                            SALES: 580,000
                                            CHART FACT: As well as being about her late grandfather, Edge Of Glory was also inspired the film series Rocky. "That song is about looking life in the eye and when you die saying 'I won, I'm a champion' like Rocky sprinting to the top of the staircase," she told MTV. "Rocky is my favourite movie – I love Rocky 3 because he gets his ass kicked in the first round and comes back." Yeah!

                                            6. Paparazzi (2009)

                                            Gaga’s third single from debut album The Fame was perhaps the first time we got a proper look at the artist Lady Gaga was set to become. We’re treated to look after look in Paparazzi’s video, a cautionary tale about the quest for fame, in which Gaga decides it really is time her violent boyfriend was bumped off. The video features True Blood actor Alexander Skarsgård and was directed by Jonas Åkerlund and would pave the way for Gaga to show more of her murderous side in another big hit yet to come…

                                            PEAK POSITION: 4
                                            SALES: 585,000
                                            CHART FACT: Paparazzi was Gaga’s third consecutive Top 5 hit. Follow-up single LoveGame broke the run by peaking at Number 19, despite its sizeable disco stick.

                                            5. Born This Way (2011)

                                            Don’t call it a comeback, but it kinda was. As Gaga prepared to release her second full album of new material, the world waited with bated breath. Could she live up to the hype of her early hits? After two massive tours – The Fame Ball and The Monster Ball – would Gaga still have the energy to pull off another dazzling album campaign? In short: yes.

                                            PEAK POSITION: 3
                                            SALES: 690,000
                                            CHART FACT: In its first two weeks on sale, Born This Way sold 144,000 copies. That’s not bad, is it?

                                            4. Telephone (2010)

                                            If you’re going to do a collaboration, this is probably the best way to do it. Gaga teamed up with Queen B for a raucous girls’ night out in a ‘clerb’, sipping some ‘berb’ and definitely not answering their phones, thank you very much. The epic video was a sequel to Paparazzi, with Gaga being banged up for putting something nasty in her boyfriend’s tea. Luckily, Beyoncé was on hand to spring her out of jail, and the two went on a further rampage, causing no end of headaches for the environmental health department of their local council. Apart from featuring lots of telephones and Lady Gaga wearing a gravity defying phone wig, the video didn’t have much to do with the song, but it was Gaga. And Beyoncé. Who cares?

                                            PEAK POSITION: 1
                                            SALES: 694,000
                                            CHART FACT: Telephone is Beyoncé’s third best selling single. Neither Gaga nor Beyoncé have had a UK Number 1 since.

                                            3. Just Dance (2009)

                                            Here’s where it all began. Who knew as this debut single raced to Number 1 we were witnessing the start of something really big? (Pretty much everyone, we know.) Before the meat dress and arriving at awards ceremonies in an egg, there was Just Dance – a slice of perfect pop and the ideal way to introduce the world to a true pop phenomenon. We’re getting quite emotional at the thought of it, actually.

                                            PEAK POSITION: 1
                                            SALES: 935,000
                                            CHART FACT: Just Dance was the third best selling song on the Official Singles Chart in 2009.

                                            2. Bad Romance (2009)

                                            Lady Gaga’s first release from The Fame Monster was something of a slow-burner, but once it got going, it certainly made up for lost time. Bad Romance took seven weeks to reach the top of the Official Singles Chart, only to be knocked off by Rage Against The Machine. It returned two weeks later, not quite ready to give up on all the glory just yet. From the cover art to the video and the defiant chant of 'Gaga ooh la la', everything about Bad Romance made a good case for iconic status.

                                            PEAK POSITION: 1
                                            SALES: 1 million
                                            CHART FACT: In August 2013, Bad Romance became only the 138th song to break the million sales barrier in the UK, Gaga’s second song to achieve that feat. It was her third Number 1 single of 2009 and her first of 2010.

                                            1. Poker Face (2009)

                                            There can only be one winner, and while Bad Romance might catch up one day, it’s Gaga’s second single and Number 1 Poker Face that takes the crown as her best-selling song on the Official Singles Chart. It’s classic Gaga territory: hairpieces as far as the eye can see and the flamboyant popstar outwitting the guys in a hedonistic party setting. Chants ('ma-ma-ma-ma'), a catchy chorus, a talky middle-eight – it’s Gaga 101 and worthy of its million-selling status.

                                            PEAK POSITION: 1
                                            SALES: 1.1 million
                                            CHART FACT: Poker Face was the best-selling single of 2009, and passed the million sales mark in September 2010.

                                            http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-new ... aled-2606/

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                                            • In summary:

                                              01. Poker Face 1.1m
                                              02. Bad Romance 1.0m
                                              03. Just Dance 935k
                                              04. Telephone 694k
                                              05. Born This Way 690k
                                              06. Paparazzi 585k
                                              07. The Edge of Glory 580k
                                              08. Alejandro 436k
                                              09. Judas 302k
                                              10. Applause 215k

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                                              • Can't even imagine how big TEOG's sales would be if it was the second single with a proper video

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                                                • Originally posted by Robbie
                                                  In summary:

                                                  01. Poker Face 1.1m
                                                  02. Bad Romance 1.0m
                                                  03. Just Dance 935k
                                                  04. Telephone 694k
                                                  05. Born This Way 690k
                                                  06. Paparazzi 585k
                                                  07. The Edge of Glory 580k
                                                  08. Alejandro 436k
                                                  09. Judas 302k
                                                  10. Applause 215k
                                                  I wonder what are Marry The Night, &Love Game sales?

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                                                  • Originally posted by Tretastic
                                                    Originally posted by Robbie
                                                    In summary:

                                                    01. Poker Face 1.1m
                                                    02. Bad Romance 1.0m
                                                    03. Just Dance 935k
                                                    04. Telephone 694k
                                                    05. Born This Way 690k
                                                    06. Paparazzi 585k
                                                    07. The Edge of Glory 580k
                                                    08. Alejandro 436k
                                                    09. Judas 302k
                                                    10. Applause 215k
                                                    I wonder what are Marry The Night, &Love Game sales?
                                                    LG is over 185k, probably over 200k by now. I think MTN is around 150k

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