Gaga calls into Z100 to discuss her Oscars performance, American Horror Story and the new album.
Lady Gaga's next pop record is out sooner than later.
Gaga called into Z100's Elvis Duran and the Morning Show in NYC to chat at length about her state of mind following her performance of "Til It Happens To You" at the Oscars last Sunday. She didn't end up winning in her category for Best Original Song, but none of that matters to her, because no amount of accolades and trophies will replace the experience of telling the world her story alongside 50 sexual abuse survivors. "People every day look at me like a celebrity. That day was the first time in almost 10 years that I was looked at like a human being," Gaga said.
Gaga wrote an open letter to radio encouraging them to play her new Diane Warren-penned song featured in The Hunting Ground documentary about rape on college campuses. While she remains vocal on her emotional ballad, mum's the word on the next studio album her Little Monsters are calling LG5. The hosts quickly press Gaga if she has a new pop record dropping soon, and she answers "well yeah, I mean definitely. Yes, yes," before they interrupt her chance to elaborate and ask if she'll return to American Horror Story.
So close... Listen to her entire interview below (LG 5 part at 12:27):