Lady Gaga has a lot going on. We mean a whole lot. After staying relatively low key for most of the year, we have a feeling that the pop titan is gearing up for comeback, and not just in the world of pop. Think about everything she has coming up later this year. She's working on new music, gearing up for her highly-anticipated debut on "American Horror Story: Hotel" and will receive a very prestigious award from the folks over at Billboard.
Since it might be a little hard to keep up with all the Gaga announcements, iHeartRadio decided to round up a list of the big things that Little Monsters can look forward to. Get those paws up!
Mother Monster is working hard on LG5 with The Fame producer RedOne, and it seems like the material is shaping up to be "really fantastic." Well, that's according to Elton John, who recently had to the opportunity to hear some of the record. "She's in the throws of writing her new album," he revealed. "She's been doing lots of different things, but I can tell you I've heard a couple of things from that new album and it’s really, really fantastic."
"American Horror Story: Hotel"
We all know that Gaga is going to take the screen next Wednesday when "American Horror Story: Hotel" makes its grand premiere on FX. However, as the days pass by, more and more details from the upcoming season seem to surface. We already know that Gaga plays the owner of the Hotel Cortez, who gets it on with a ton of characters and even drinks bloods. However, show creator Ryan Murphy recently revealed that her appearance in episode one will leave you absolutely shocked.
"When you see that first episode when she comes on the screen, you're like, 'Holy sh*t.' She has this incredible, magnetic thing that you can't create. You either have it or you don't. And she has it," he explained.
Billboard's 2015 Woman of the Year
If that wasn't enough, Gaga is set to receive Billboard's 2015 Woman of the Year award, which will be televised for the very first time on Lifetime. "From her show-stopping performance at the Oscars, to her co-headlining tour, to her philanthropic outreach and foundation promoting youth wellbeing and empowerment, to her new role as TV star, there is no woman dominating popular culture tastes and its evolution as much as she is today," said Janice Min, co-president and chief creative officer of Guggenheim Media's entertainment group.
Gaga isn't the only one getting some recognition. Her team, particularly manager Bobby Campbell, is too! Peep what the singer said about her manager's recent accolade below.
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