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EntertainmentLady Gaga Shares a Photo Of Herself in the Studio, Teases 'Music' On the Way

18:25  14 august  2019
18:25  14 august  2019 Source:   billboard.com

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Lady Gaga shared a photo of her working on new music in the studio via her Instagram Story on Wednesday (Aug. 14).

Lady Gaga Shares a Photo Of Herself in the Studio, Teases 'Music' On the Way © Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Lady Gaga

The "Shallow" singer is hard at work in the black and white photo, wearing headphones and standing in front of a microphone.

Fans are speculating that she could be teasing her sixth album, the followup to 2016's Joanne. Most recently, Gaga announced that she will be partnering with DonorsChoose to fund 162 classrooms in Dayton, El Paso and Gilroy, following the mass shootings. Additionally, she introduced her new Haus Laboratories beauty brand.

See the snap below.

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