Lady Gaga has lost a few fans at toy company MGA entertainement after allegedly derailing their deal to make a doll in her likeness that would play parts of her music. MGA, who also manufacturers the popular Bratz line of dolls, filed a law suit in New York City yesterday seeking $10 million in damages for the failed venture. The company had apparently paid Lady Gaga’s merchandising company, Bravado International, a $1 million advance and spent a small fortune trying to get the dolls ready to ship by their summer deadline. MGA claims in their lawsuit that the company tried to back out of the part of the deal that would allow the toy makers to use Gaga’s music this spring and tried to get production held until her new album comes out next year. They also claim that the singer failed to sign off on key final designs which could cost the company about $28 million in lost revenue.