Yes, you heard it right!
The young pop star shared pictures of her self-quarantine time yesterday in which one had a pic of her in the vocal booth in her studio at her plush abode.
The responses for her post have predicted that it might be a spark to new music from her kitty.
Previously she had posted a ‘stripped down’ version of her song “My Everything” alongside Tommy Brown the producer who was seen playing piano through a video call.” She stated that: “Hope you’re all staying safe, sane, healthy and as creative as possible.”
Besides, speculations are rife that Lady Gaga and Ariana have been recording a new song and their followers have found the “clue” in Gaga’s birthday feed.
Ariana Grande via Instagram shared on March 28th to honor Gaga: “Happy birthday to a literal angel that has changed my life in many ways!”
Adding to this she said: “I’ll tell you more about it later but… You make my heart feel so full and happy and understood. Wishing you all the joy in the world today and every day! Have some pasta.”
Eventually, their followers were quick enough to comment and look for the meaning of the post.
It has also been hinted that Ariana is associating with Gaga for her much-anticipated album ‘Chromatica.’ This comes post-Gaga had halted the release of the album and ensured fans to announce a new release date.
In her social media Gaga spoke on her decision due to the ongoing lockdown and stated: “This is such a hectic and scary time for all of us, and while I believe art is one the strongest things we have to provide joy and healing to each other during times like this, it just doesn’t feel right to me to release this album with all that is going on during this global pandemic.”
Adding to this she said: “Instead, I prefer that we spend this time focusing on finding solutions. It’s important to me that the attention is on getting essential medical equipment to healthcare professionals, making sure kids who depend on public schools for meals get the assistance they need, and that we help this who will be financially impacted by this pandemic.”