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Lady Gaga and Madonna May Face Legal Action in Russia

Russian officials claim the pop stars have violated the terms of their Visas.
02:39 | 08/04/2013

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Well, we'll turn now to two of the world's biggest superstars potentially facing legal action in russia. The official behind the country's controversial anti-gay law now wants to prosecute madonna and... See More
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