Lady Gaga has been busy working on her new album and how she’s feeling about the whole thing is a real mood.
It seems like Gaga’s feeling a little overwhelmed by it all, if her latest tweet is anything to go by, and tbh we can totally relate.
Y’know one of those moments when something is really starting to take its toll, but you only have yourself to blame.
Like, when you pull your entire wardrobe out to give yourself a fashion detox and just sit there pulling your hair out under a mountain of clothes. Yeah, that.
Taking to Twitter, the Born This Way singer said: ‘Me [crying face]. Bloodpop: you’re the one who wanted to be a popstar.’
Bloodpop is one of her producers who has worked with Gaga before on hits such as Perfect Illusion and Million Reasons.
Gaga first teased a new album was on the way while cleverly hitting back at speculation doing the rounds, claiming she was pregnant.
She was quick to clap back and insisted the only thing she was pregnant with was #LG6.
‘Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6,’ she tweeted.
It’s been three years since Gaga, who recently promised to fund school projects in the US following mass shootings, dropped an album – her last was her fifth studio album Joanne released in 2016.
Since then, Gaga fans have seen her star in award-winning movie A Star Is Born, alongside Bradley Cooper – who she performed with at the Oscars back in February.
They won an Academy Award for Best Original Song with the movie’s hit track Shallow.
Gaga has become the first person in history to impressively win an Oscar, a Grammy, a Bafta and Golden Globe in one year.
She won best film music at the Bafta awards, best original song at the Golden Globes in January and two awards at the Grammys for best pop duo/group performance and best song written for visual media.
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