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    China Has Finally Lifted Its Ban On Lady Gaga

    It's about time, China.

    After three years, China has lifted its ban on Lady Gaga, and removed her from the government's blacklist.

    Gaga has been on the blacklist since 2011 after China's Culture Ministry deemed her work to be "creating confusion in the order of the online music market, and damaging the nation's cultural security."

    As they did in Indonesia, Lady Gaga's Chinese album cover has an enlarged gazing ball to cover more of her body, plus added leggings.

    Lady Gaga podrá llevar su "Artpop" a China. Checa las diferencias entre las portadas de este álbum

    Mixup@MixupTeam

    Lady Gaga podrá llevar su "Artpop" a China. Checa las diferencias entre las portadas de este álbum

    06:49 PM - 20 Jan 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    They've also changed the name of the song "Sexxx Dreams" to "X Dreams."

    Gaga is obviously thrilled with the government's change of heart.

    I'm so excited!!!! The Chinese Government Approved ARTPOP to be released in China with all 15 songs! Next I hope I can come to perform!

    Goddess of Love@ladygaga

    I'm so excited!!!! The Chinese Government Approved ARTPOP to be released in China with all 15 songs! Next I hope I can come to perform!

    07:02 PM - 13 Jan 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

    Pirated versions of ARTPOP have been available on the streets, although CNN reports that Gaga's distributor at Universal China has been "coy" about the ban.