Gaga released her latest album ‘Joanne‘ in 2016. In a four-star review, NME wrote: “There is a real raw heart to ‘Joanne’. [It] rings with urges for us to take care of each other in a cruel world, most of all ‘Angel Down’. It’s a simple, warm and vital message from a high-concept pop star who’s reminded us that, if she’s definitely not like the rest of us underneath it all, she’s certainly all human.”
While neither Gaga or SOPHIE have commented on the other as yet, producer BloodPop has teased fans by suggesting that they could be getting in the studio together. After BloodPop posted about SOPHIE’s recent debut album ‘Oil Of Every Pearl’s Un-Insides‘ on his Twitter page, followers began replying to him asking him to get Gaga and the PC Music star together.
— James Harness (@JamesHarness) June 27, 2018
BloodPop liked the tweets, which one fan screenshotted and sent to him with the caption: “….. don’t play games!! This would be too good.”
— BloodPop® (@bloodpop) June 27, 2018
The producer continued to act coy, however, replying with the word “wink” and the corresponding winking emoji.
Meanwhile, Gaga is set to appear in the upcoming remake of A Star Is Born. She will feature in the movie alongside Bradley Cooper, who also directed and co-wrote the film.
The classic musical follows a rising star (Gaga) who falls in love with an ageing rock star (Cooper), only to watch her career take off as his flounders. The ‘Joanne’ star follows in the footsteps of Janet Gaynor, Judy Garland, and Barbra Streisand in taking on the part. The film will be released on October 5.