'Yeah, I’m Pregnant with #LG6':Lady Gaga Shuts down Rumors about Expecting a Baby
Lady Gaga has fired back against the rumors she could be pregnant with Bradley Cooper’s baby with exciting news.
Apparently, the singer/actress is working on her sixth studio album.
After rumors about her pregnancy began to surface, the pop star took to Twitter to share that she is “pregnant with #LG6”. A source even claimed that Gaga does not if the father is Bradley or her ex-fiance Christian Carino, who she spilt with on February.
Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) March 12, 2019
The chemistry between Gaga and Bradley is undeniable in the Oscar-winning movie and romantic speculations about the pair sparked the rumors.
Lady Gaga’s “little monsters” are over the moon after the revelation. Fans from across the world have commented on the below the Tweet, sharing their excitement.
“Give birth already!!!,” one of the comments from her fans read.
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I can’t believe Shallow is #1 on the Hot 100, and the soundtrack is #1 as well. This is my first #1 song in 8 years, and it feels like Just Dance going number one all over again. Rule #1: Never give up. Rule #2: Always listen to rule #1. Thank you so much to all our beautiful fans. You make my dreams come true. #Shallow #AStarIsBorn 📸: FIA Pictures
Not long before posting the Tweet, Gaga followed Rihanna and producer/songwriter Bloodpop on Instagram.
Fans are expecting a much-awaited Gaga/RiRi collab following the announcement.
Meanwhile, the due date for the “birth” of her new album is a subject of keen interest for Gaga's "Monsters".
It has been more than two years since the pop star dropped her latest album “Joanne” in 2016. After the release, Bradley signed her in his 2018 remake of “A Star Is Born” which is her first major big-screen role.
Her outstanding performance in the movie earned her the Best Lead Actress nominations in the Oscars, SAG Awards, and Golden Globe amongst other awards.
Gaga’s original song from the movie “Shallow” that she wrote and sang with Bradley won her an Oscar and a Grammy for Bradley.
The “Born This Way” singer will resume her “Lady Gaga Enigma” and “Lady Gaga Jazz and Piano” residency shows at Park MGM’s park theater in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 30.