2009-present: The Fame Monster Main article: The Monster Fame in November 2009 announced the launch of The Fame Monster, a disc of eight songs that deal with the dark side of fame, as well as his experience in the course of 2008 -2009 during their trip around the world, in which letters are expressed through a metaphor of monster. “Bad Romance” was released as the album’s first single. The song topped the lists of major UK, Canada, Ireland, Finland, Sweden, among others, while I get to number two in the United States, Italy, Australia and New Zealand. Telephone playing a singing Gaga Keytar.On December 11, 2009, Gaga was presented and sang her song “Speechless”, a ballad, for Queen Elizabeth II. He also announced that it would make his second tour, The Monster Ball Tour, for the promotion of his latest album . Gaga was named creative director of a Polaroid product line in the event Consumer Electronics Show, January 7, 2010, where she said that you are creating fashion, technology and photography products.”I’m working to bring instant film camera again as part of the future.” On January 14, 2010, Gaga had to cancel a concert of his tour, Monster Ball, in West Lafayette, Indiana, due to problems health, since he had trouble breathing in the hours before the show, and paramedics later testified that she was suffering from an irregular heartbeat due to dehydration and exhaustion. Lady Gaga was nominated for Grammy Awards in his 52-second delivery in 5 categories, which was held on January 31, 2010. She was nominated for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Dance Recording category for his single “Poker Face”, by winning the “Best Dance Recording.” The album The Fame had been nominated for Album of the Year and Best Electronic Album / Dance, winning the Grammy Award for “Best Electronic Album / Dance.”Gaga also won three Brit nominations, winning Best International Breakthrough Artist, Best International Album and Best International Female Solo Artist. In this installment of the Brit Awards, Gaga sang an acoustic version of “Telephone” on 16 February 2010, Earls Court Exhibition Centre building. At first, it would not be an acoustic version, but instead the performance Gaga to pay a tribute to his friend and designer Alexander McQueen. In the song Gaga did not sing the lyrics of “Telephone” as is, but added verses inspired by the death of the designer, such as the phrase “We miss you.” Gaga performing “Money Honey” in The Monster Ball On March 15, 2010, Billboard announced that the second single from The Fame Monster, “Telephone” reached number one on the list Pop Songs number one being their sixth straight, and making Gaga is the only artist in history to accomplish this list.Coinciding with this, Beyonc , who is the guest artist of the song, also achieved her sixth number one artist in one song. With this, the duo joins Mariah who also join a six numbers between 1993 and 2005. This single achievement will also head the list UK Singles Chart, the fourth single Gaga number one on the list. In turn, the song managed to reach the third position on the Billboard Hot 100, the fourth single in the top three of Gaga (Just Dance 1, Poker Face Bad Romance 1 and 2) of the six singles in the list (LoveGame Paparazzi 5 and 6). On 19 March, former Gaga producer, Rob Fusari sued the company Gaga, Mermaid Music LLC, alleging that he was entitled to a share of 20 of their income. Gaga’s lawyer, Charles Ortner described it as illegal and refused to comment. In an interview with MTV UK, Gaga said that had begun to work on their third album.She said: “It is written, the disc nucleus, without a doubt, this is my best work to date.” Contactmusic, along with other news organizations reported that he had told GagaDaily Gaga had already written the song be the first single from the album. Gaga said: I wrote it for you, for your sake. I wrote it when I was in Liverpool. This is definitely one of my best songs on the composition of the letter. Lady Gaga also said he chose that title for the album, and would be revealed in Gagadaily. During the second quarter 2010, it was announced that the song “Alexander” would be released as the third single from The Fame Monster, although their record company preferred as next single the song “Dance In The Dark.” In April, the video for the song “Bad Romance” became the most watched video in the history of youtube, with 179.83 million hits in the time of the award.