Lady Gaga Admits She Was 'Too Ashamed' To Be Ariana Grande's Friend

Lula Sharp
May 22, 2020

After topping the charts with her Justin Bieber collaboration "Stuck With U", Ariana Grande joins Lady Gaga for her new single "Rain on Me".

Gaga, 34, sports a pink printed underwire latex bodysuit with an embellished one-sleeve top, while 26-year-old Grande wears a sleeveless latex bodysuit in metallic lilac with a matching skirt. And then I remember I said to her, 'Okay, now everything that you care about while you sing, I want you to forget it and just sing. The song is the second single off of Gaga's upcoming sixth studio album, "Chromatica".

In a conversation with DJ Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Gaga explained the "joy" when two artists go well together to create music, writes Billboard.

"When she came into the studio, I was still crying and she was not". And she was like, 'You're going to be okay.

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The A Star is Born actress admitted, "I was too ashamed to hang out with her". "The video is so Gaga and so fun", she hinted. Rolling Stone mentions that the record will also feature Elton John and the K-pop girlband Blackpink.

Written by Lady Gaga, the track was released on Thursday, and according to reports, a video will follow shortly. "I'm totally hiding.' And then this friendship blossomed", A Star Is Born star added.

The song, titled Rain on Me, is the fist-pumping, three-minute dance-pop number I never knew I needed.

"It was this attractive, I think very healing process for me, not necessarily having a female artist that mentored me as I came up", she continued, adding: "This is about an analog of tears being the rain". "I can feel it on my skin (It's comin' down on me) / Teardrops on my face (Water like misery) / Let it wash away my sins (It's coming down on me) / Let it wash away, yeah".

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