Thankfully, the track itself is catchy and unusual enough to overlook the clumsy metaphors and by the time GaGa delivers the closing line "free my mind ARTPOP/you make my heart stop", she's won us over.
As the name might suggest, GaGa sounds a lot angrier on this song than she does on other cuts from ARTPOP. "You're just a pig inside a human body/squealer squealer squealer you're so disgusting!" she sings in the song's chorus before an electronic breakdown kicks in.
The song's spoken word intro has Lady GaGa putting on her best valley girl voice and muttering "I'm skinny, I'm rich...and I'm a little bit of a bitch", which sets the tone for the rest of the song, which acts as an ode to the spoilt diva we all have lurking inside of us somewhere.
The chorus is almost like an explosion of electronic beats with GaGa shouting almost inaudibly "Do-na-tell-a!", but unlike previous tracks like Aura or Swine this time it's more cries of euphoria than rage.
Lady GaGa has said in the past that she creates her music with the idea in her head that it will be used for catwalks and fashion shows, and nowhere on ARTPOP is this more apparent than on Donatella, which almost begs you to strut along in your sunglasses, even if it is November!