"Rumours I'm pregnant? Yeah, I'm pregnant with #LG6", she wrote.
Lady Gaga has dismissed rumours she is pregnant and confirmed she was working on a new studio album.
The 32-year-old shared that she and Cooper had worked for a week on their Oscars performance of "Shallow", and while it was hard for her to give up creative control for a live performance, she knew Cooper, the movie's director, had a vision for their time on stage.
The #LG6 is a reference to the fact that the album will be the sixth one for the Oscar-winning star since her first one debuted in 2008. Now that the movie's awards season has wrapped up, it seems Gaga is officially focusing on new music, something her fans were thrilled to hear.
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Her 2016 record "Joanne" became her fourth album to reach No. 1 in the United States, joining "Born This Way" (2011), "Artpop" (2013) and "Cheek to Cheek" with Tony Bennett (2014), Entertainment Weekly reported.
The two made headlines after the annual awards show for their rather steamy performance at the Oscars for the film's hit song "Shallow", leaving many to wonder if the two had been intimate in real life. When you're singing love songs, that's what you want people to feel. "Everything that you saw.that was all him", Gaga said.
"I knew that he had the vision for how it should go".
The "Million Reasons" singer insisted she and Bradley performed the song in their characters - with Gaga as Ally and Bradley as Jack - because they're both "artists", who wanted to give the best performance possible.