Our personal fashion icon who we expect all our interns to dress like, Lady Gaga, received the glorious news that her new album, "Artpop," will be allowed for release in China. Aww, yeah.

In 2011, the Chinese Ministry of Culture banned her from country, stating that her songs were too vulgar for the public and posed a "great threat to national security," and should be placed on a "poor taste" blacklist. She was all "Do What U Want" then flashed her best "Poker Face," when she heard the news that she was banned, but we're sure she gave herself plenty of "Applause" when the ban was lifted. Har, har, har.

When a country that treats human rights like truck stop urinal cakes considers your image a threat to their culture, maybe it's time to re-examine your brand.