AceShowbiz - Prepare your wallet, Little Monsters! Lady GaGa has just confirmed that she is currently working on her sixth studio album. The Mother Monster revealed the exciting news on Twitter on Tuesday, March 12, while shutting down pregnancy rumors.
"Rumors I'm pregnant? Yeah, I'm pregnant with #LG6," the "A Star Is Born" actress wrote on the micro-blogging site. But that isn't the only exciting news as fans pointed out that GaGa clicked the follow button on Rihanna's Instagram account before breaking the news, alluding to a possible collaboration between the two stars.
Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) 12 Maret 2019
"She just started following Rihanna and Bloodpop right before this tweet... are we finally getting justice for Sexxx Dreams collab?!!" one devotee commented on the blue bird app, to which another replied with a GIF of someone fainting. "RIHANNA ON LG6? IN CONCLUSION WE'VE STANNED EVEN HARDER," another excited fan exclaimed.
— Lil Horchata 🔥 (@TheLordAstro) 13 Maret 2019
RIHANNA ON LG6? IN CONCLUSION WE'VE STANNED EVEN HARDER— 🍒 (@fentyy) 13 Maret 2019
Many fans have been wishing for the two superstars to release a joint track ever since their Twitter interaction back in 2013. At that time, the "Umbrella" singer tweeted, "Lastnight... YOU were in my sex dreams!!" The "Million Reasons" songstress replied to the post with a tweet that read, "@rihanna doing really NASTY THINGS *dancing gaga*."
@rihanna doing really NASTY THINGS *dancing gaga*— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) September 20, 2013
The upcoming new album will follow GaGa's 2016 effort "Joanne", which debuted atop Billboard 200 and received generally positive reviews from music critics. As a result, the singer became the first woman to have four No. 1 albums in the 2010s. "Joanne" was nominated in Best Pop Vocal Album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, while the title track won Best Pop Solo Performance.
The "American Horror Story: Hotel" actress is currently holding her two-year residency called "Lady GaGa Enigma" at the MGM Park Theater in Las Vegas. Consisting of two types of shows, the residency kicked off on December 28, 2018.