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Madonna on Gaga: 'Imitation is the highest form of flattery'

Madonna has appeared to take another swipe at Lady Gaga, saying 'imitation is the highest form of flattery'.
The singer dedicated her track 'Masterpiece' to the younger star during a performance in Atlantic City, New Jersey, over the weekend, and appeared to accuse her of imitating her.
She told the crowd: 'I love her. I love her. I do love her. Imitation is the highest form of flattery.'
She then cryptically added: 'And one day, very soon, we're gonna be on stage together. Just you wait.'
Madonna, 54, has previously accused Gaga, 26, of copying her track 'Express Yourself' on her single 'Born This Way'.
She said: 'I thought, 'What a wonderful way to redo my song'. I mean, I recognised the chord changes. I thought it was... interesting.'
During her current MDNA tour the star has also been performing a version of 'Express Yourself' which leads into 'Born This Way'.



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Oh Madonna, leave the whole Lady Gaga nonsense alone! We all know you are the more talented one, but you make it appear that you are threatened by LG. BTW has everyone seen Gaga's horrible/ugly semi-shaved new hairstyle, its clear that she is gearing up for her forthcoming LP release. Madonna's got nothing to worry about!!

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