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Gaga has performed "Bad Romance" on various television programs, such as Saturday Night Live, at various award ceremonies, such as the 2009 American Music Awards, and in four of her tours, the most recent being the Joanne World Tour.
Gaga collaborated with Nadir "Red One" Khayat in writing "Bad Romance", with Khayat taking charge of production.
In a 2011 review for the song, Rolling Stone declared it the best song in Gaga's discography.
Epitomizing the "essence of Gagaism", the publication was enamored by the song's "relentlessly" catchy chorus and "pummeling" beat, which reflected a track that was "grand", "joyful" and "melancholy".
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The song's video garnered acclaim from critics, who not only applauded the risqué and symbolic nature of the plot, but its artistic direction and vivid imagery.
Simon Price from The Independent heard characteristics of Boney M in the chorus, and stated that the first line of the song, "I want your ugly, I want your disease", established the grim tone of The Fame Monster.
In an interview, Gaga pointed out that in the verse, "I want your psycho, your vertigo shtick, Want you in my Rear Window, Baby, you're sick", she was listing Alfred Hitchcock films; she said, "What I'm really trying to say is I want the deepest, darkest, sickest parts of you that you are afraid to share with anyone because I love you that much." "Bad Romance" was widely acclaimed by critics.
There was certainly some whisky involved in the writing of the record. According to the sheet music published at by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, "Bad Romance" is set in common time with a metronome of 119 beats per minute.
It is composed in the key of A minor, with Gaga's vocal range spanning from the low-note of E The song opens with Gaga singing a portion of the chorus, then transitioning into the "Rah-rah--ah-ah-ah, Roma-roma-ma, Gaga-ooh-la-la" hook, which—according to an interview Gaga gave for the Carpool Karaoke segment of The Late Late Show with James Corden in 2016—is an abbreviation of the word "romance".