Lady Gaga receives RIAA’s Digital Diamond Award for 'Bad Romance'

"Bad Romance" has surpassed 10 million sales in the United States.

Lady Gaga received the RIAA’s ("Recording Industry Association of America") "Diamond Award" in recognition of her 2009 hit song “Bad Romance."

The singer becomes the first female artist to receive the certificate, after selling 10 million copies of the single counting sales and streams.

Cary Sherman, president of the association, issued the following statement on the achievement of Mother Monster: "With this award, Lady Gaga added to an exclusive and prestigious list of Gold and Platinum superstars. ‘Bad Romance 'is one of the songs more popular and iconic of the last decade," wrote Sherman.

"We are honored to present Gaga with a Diamond Award in recognition of ' Bad Romance ', which has sold ten million, and congratulate her as the first female artist in Gold and Platinum program history to receive the Digital Diamond Award," he added.

Watch Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance video below: