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She just never stops working, and Lady Gaga has officially announced that her new single from Born This Way will be “You and I.”
The “Edge of Glory” songstress announced the news during her performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” declaring, "I'm going to sing my brand-new single 'You and I.'" She also noted that the music video had already been filmed.
In the midst of a momentous night in her ultra-successful career, Lady Gaga was greeted by an impressively sizable gathering of fans as she exited the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday evening (July 28).
Clad in a bosom-baring low-cut black dress, the "Judas" singer offered a few waves to her adoring "little monsters" as she hopped into a chauffeured ride en route to ABC studios for a performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live".
Doing her best to keep cool in the summertime heat, Lady Gaga was decked out in a barely-there ensemble as she left her West Hollywood hotel on Wednesday (July 27).
Clad in black lingerie with a see-through cover and mouse-ear hairdo, the "Edge of Glory" singer took a little time to greet her 'little monsters' - as she even received a gift in the form of a photo album titled "Little Monster Life".
Pushing forth with her Stateside radio tour, Lady Gaga was out for an interview with JoJo on KIIS FM in Los Angeles on Tuesday (July 26).
The "Edge of Glory" singer looked her usual fabulous self during the west coast outing while clad in a leopard print evening gown with red gloves and red velvet Christian Louboutin pumps topped off with a leopard print cape.
Feeling a special bond in that she had someone to draw hope from, Lady Gaga has taken to Twitter to pay tribute to Amy Winehouse.
With the message coming on Sunday (July 24), the day after Miss Winehouse's body was found at her London home, Gaga wrote, "Amy changed pop music forever, I remember knowing there was hope, and feeling not alone because of her."