In Their First Collaboration, Lady Gaga And Ariana Grande Get Exuberantly Dystopic

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has opened up about her now close friendship with Ariana Grande.

"During an interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, the 34-year-old singer shared,"[Rain On Me] is also a metaphor for tears and for the amount of alcohol I was taking to numb myself. "I feel like it's just such a weird position to be in, because you're an artist and you want people to hear you everywhere, and you want people to blast your music, and you want to see yourself and hear your music everywhere", she explained. Thank you for having me. "I'd rather be dry, but at least I'm alive".

Lady Gaga is now gearing up for the release of her upcoming sixth studio album post the massive success of 2016's Joanne. I'm still alive. Rain on me.

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Gaga admitted she was ashamed by her own personal issues, in comparison to what Grande has been through.

"Eventually she called me on my shit". "One time.... i met a woman who knew pain the same way i did...who cried as much as I did, drank as much wine as I did, ate as much pasta as I did, and who's heart was bigger than her whole body. she immediately felt like a sister to me", she wrote on Twitter. And I feel like she has done such an incredible job of doing that, and healing herself because she's been through such... Gaga revealed the many layers behind the song in an interview with Vulture, sharing that some of the inspiration for it came from her relationship with drinking. "And then this friendship blossomed".

Gaga seems to think very highly of Ariana, recognising that the young singer has gone through, "really hard life testing stuff". It's awesome. I really love seeing her have the point of view, and such gentleness at the same time. "75% of the world rolls their eyes", she said, before adding, "Yeah, you can be in a mansion, but you can still be six feet under in one".

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