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Lady Gaga Responded To Pregnancy Rumours By Teasing A New Album

We all recognise Lady Gaga as the Academy Award-winning icon and legend behind bops like “Poker Face”, “Bad Romance”, and — duh — “Shallow”.

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Between reigning the awards circuit with A Star Is Born and performing at her Las Vegas residency, Gaga has already had a pretty exciting 2019.

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Well! A few days ago, rumours started swirling that L. Gaga was, in fact, pregnant with either her co-star Bradley Cooper or her ex-fiancé Christian Carino’s baby.

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The rumours first appeared on the cover of tabloid magazine Star, and were debunked almost immediately by Gossip Cop.

But obviously Gaga wasn’t going to let the situation slide without having her own fun — and took to Twitter with an exciting announcement of her own.

Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6

“I’m pregnant with #LG6“!!!!!

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Gaga didn’t just confirm she’s working on her sixth album — she also followed two people on Instagram. One was producer Bloodpop, who posted a screenshot of her tweet leading people to believe they’re working together on LG6.

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Gaga worked with the producer on her last album, Joanne, which was released in 2016.

The second person was none other than Ms Robyn Rihanna Fenty.

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This may seem innocent enough, but Gaga only follows 40 people on Instagram, and they’re often people she works with on her music. So, obviously, people are freaking out.

lady gaga x rihanna collab incoming ladies.

if rihanna and lady gaga collab………omg

🚨 Lady Gaga started following Rihanna on Instagram. Gaga follows only people that she works or collabs with.

Maybe a RiGaga collab is on its way, or maybe Ms Germanotta is just a Fenty Beauty stan. Either way, there’s one thing we know for sure: LG6 IS COMING!!!!!

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