Lady Gaga Announces Sixth Studio Album Is Titled, “ADELE”
Is Lady Gaga trolling in the deep? Fans seem to think so as many are trolling the nine times Grammy-award winning songstress after she took to Twitter to announce that she will be naming her sixth studio album ADELE.
The 33-year-old who has had her fans waiting for the album in the last three years had her Little Monsters confused after she shared the update about the forthcoming album.
Fans had different theories as to her tweet with some saying that she is attempting to use British songstress, Adele‘s name for clout and earn herself another grammy. Some others are of the opinion that what Gaga meant is that she will have a collaboration with Adele on the yet to be released album.
A collaboration between the two may not be too far-fetched, as in a previous interview with Stylist, Gaga – real name Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta – gushed:
“Adele is larger than me, how come no person says something about it? She’s so great and I believe her confidence is one thing I’ve to match. She has set the bar very excessive for lots of ladies,” she concluded.
Gaga’s last, and fifth, studio album was Joanne, which came out October 21, 2016, spawning three singles in Perfect Illusion, Million Reasons and Joanne. Bloodpop is the producer currently collaborating with Gaga on her new album, and he helped with production on multiple previous songs including Million Reasons and Perfect Illusion.
Gaga confirmed that she is working on the album with a cheeky tweet in response to ongoing rumours that she is pregnant back in March.
“Rumors I’m pregnant? Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6,’ she wrote.
Earlier this year, Gaga introduced Haus Laboratories, her new beauty brand, in a flurry of latex, leather, neon, glitter and gloss. She also shared a portrait of herself and her personal reasons for launching the line, which highlights the power she’s found in makeup and how that impacted her self-discovery — and the creation of her stage persona, too.