Lady Gaga 'to release a new album in 2017'
Pop superstar Lady Gaga is reportedly set to release a new album in October 2017
Lady Gaga is reportedly set to release a new album in October 2017.
The 30-year-old singer-songwriter released 'Joanne' in October 2016, but after she recently returned to the recording studio, Gaga is already making good progress on a new full-length record.
The album is slated for release in October, according to Forbes magazine, which has also claimed that Gaga won't receive a fee for her much-anticipated appearance at the Super Bowl half-time show in Houston, Texas.
Earlier this month, Gaga revealed she has built a tent in her garden to practice for her Super Bowl appearance.
The iconic musician announced the news of her personal training area on her Instagram account, posting a picture of her surrounded by a group of people whilst she kicks her leg in the air.
Gaga captioned the post: "SuperBowl Rehearsal is so fun. We built a tent in my backyard with a dancefloor to practice! We love you monsters, can't wait to perform for u! (sic)."
What's more, Gaga revealed she has been exercising "everyday all day" to ensure she is at the peak of her fitness when she belts out songs during the half-time show.
Alongside a photograph of the singer - whose real name is Stefani Germanotta - in the midst of doing her pelvic raises, she wrote: "Training. Everyday all day #superbowl #halftime (sic)."
Gaga has previously spoken about her specific ambitions for the show, revealing she wants to sing "on the roof" of the Super Bowl.
She said: "They're writing up multiple plans about how to safely get her on the roof, including potentially [cutting] a hole in the ceiling of the dome.
"Trying to figure out insurance for it is crazy."