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It’s only been a few months since Lady Gaga released her newest album Joanne, but it looks like she’s already set to take her pink-hatted show on the road.
Over the weekend, Gaga teased a possible Joanne tour after retweeting to her 65 million Twitter followers a popular fan account’s claim that the album’s corresponding tour is already booked. The tweet also said that Gaga’s tour would be announced during this year’s Super Bowl, after the halftime show.
— Lady Gaga (@LadyGagaLGN) January 14, 2017
Gaga was also tagged in music producer Brian Kennedy’s Instagram post this past Saturday saying she is back in the studio, working on music with him and songwriter Dallas Davidson.
“First session of the year with @ladygaga & @dallasdavidson,” Kennedy captioned the image. “Two incredible people! #inspired #readytoworkagain #newsound.”
Kennedy has previously produced for Rihanna and Chris Brown, while Davidson is known for his country music work with Luke Bryan and Blake Shelton.
The Boston Globe reported earlier this month that Live Nation was working to secure a date for the singer to perform at Boston’s Fenway Park. Also, during an interview with Howard Stern back in October, Gaga confirmed plans to tour in support of Joanne, but has yet to officially confirm anything.
Lady Gaga’s album Joanne, which was released in October, debuted at No. 1 on both iTunes and the Billboard 200 and remained in the top 10 for the following month. This is the Oscar nominee’s fourth album to debut at No. 1 on the charts, and has won a total of six Grammy Awards.
According to Billboard, Joanne came in as the fourth-largest debut album of 2016 and the second-largest for a female artist.