London (ANI): Lady Gaga will not be releasing her single 'Love Game' in the UK, as she fears that the raunchy lyrics of the track would not go down well with her British fans. After her first two singles topped the charts, the pop sensation was hoping for a similar response for 'Love Game'.
However, the song has attracted controversy worldwide, with lyrics including: "I want to take a ride on your disco stick." In fact, Australia's longest-running music programme, 'Video Hits', has banned the track's promo because of its racy content.
And, according to The Sun, the singer has decided not to release the song in Britain, and would instead make 'Paparazzi' her next single. "For your first two UK singles to go to No. 1 is amazing and we would like to try and carry that on," the Daily Star quoted a source close to Gaga as telling the publication.