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So concerned mum Linda Fitzsimmons feels that we should have audience suitability ratings on live shows because she was “shocked and surprised” by the graphic sexual nature and swear words that are an integral part of Lady GaGa’s Monster Ball show. Aghast, she found GaGa’s masterpiece of live entertainment inappropriate content for her 9 year old daughter.

The daily Telegraph reports that Linda "(I )couldn't believe it. (Jessica) likes her songs and I'm OK with her listening to them. There's no swearing in them and she's too young to understand the hidden meaning," she said.

Ok, wait a minute. May I suggest you pay a little more active attention to your child’s entertainment selection?

Sure there is a “huh” instead of “cock” in the Love Game lyrics but the diva clearly smooches  “I'm educated in sex, yes, and now I want it bad, want it bad”.

So did you think she would be theme her concert around rainbows and kittens? A guest dance duet by Dorothy the Dinosaur?

How about parents get their hand off their (huh) and watch a Lady GaGa video clip to see if her visual styling was suitable for their child’s consumption. You would surely then understand than the artistic creation of Lady GaGa is all about the shock-tuck-tactics and clearly aimed at adult audiences.

In pop music, that’s m-o-n-e-y, so sexy (that's money honey) in the bank.

Linda, best you set the parental controls on your TV in case your daughter sees the sexual heat and antisocial murder frenzy of Telephone. You’ve been a bad bad GaGa and we love it!