Some "little monsters" are pushing hard for a huge controversy to erupt over "Give Me All Your Luvin'" sounding like a rip-off of a Dandy Warhols song. Here's the song—aside from a passing resemblance (both are '60s surfer-sound pastiches), I think trying to make this parallel "Born This Way" vs. "Express Yourself" is a non-starter.
Funny as this is, Madonna didn't even steal Kathy's look—she taped Anderson pre-New Year's Eve
First, Madonna never bitched about "Born This Way" when that controversy swirled; she seemed not to have cared much and wound up calling either the song or (I'm almost convinced) the comparisons "reductive" a year after the fact.
More to the point—this Dandy Warhols song does not sound shockingly similar to "Give Me All Your Luvin'" (why didn't people immediately notice the similarity when the demo leaked? takes time to research a smear, I guess), nor is the song or the group prominent in pop culture to where Madonna would have to have heard of either. Nor is the song well enough known for average music listeners to immediately connect them. Nor is Madonna an artist who clearly owes a debt to The Dandy Warhols.
It's just not the same. But knock yourselves out.
This relentless need to brand everyone a copycat is counterproductive (rhymes with...). No pop song is made up of 100% unheard-of sounds and words. None.
And finally, one observation I have about the Madonna explosion (and the pushback) is that if you love something and spend a lot of time posting on it or talking about it or basking in it and enjoying yourself, that is always a good thing; it's healthy. If you spend a lot of time carping about something you hate, to the point where you're jumping around to various boards attempting to spread the hate, that's pathetic and a waste of your time. Negativity is not something people like Lady Gaga or Madonna embrace, nor would they get a kick out of their fans doing dirty work on their behalf.