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Cyndi Lauper Wants "True Colors" Out Of Romney Attack Ad

Cyndi Lauper Wants "True Colors" Out Of Romney Attack Ad

Damn, man, when will politicians learn? How many stories have you read about somebody using an artist's song without permission for a rally or a commercial? Cyndi Lauper wants no part of it, as her 1986 hit "True Colors" was recently used in an attack ad against Republican presidential candidate/GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney, who was endorsed earlier today by Republican dropout John Huntsman, for you political heads. Anyway, Lauper let loose on Twitter, writing that she isn't a Romney supporter and never approved the use of "True Colors" in the ad. She also Tweeted that Romney can "discredit himself without the use of my work." The advertisement featuring Lauper's song has since been removed. [NME]

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