Lady Gaga has just three words for fans who miss ‘the old her’

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Little Monsters can be rest assured that Lady Gaga still has their backs.

The “Rain on Me” singer recently replied to a fan’s comment that they “miss” the Fame Monster-era Gaga, by reassuring them she hadn’t changed.

Commenting on Gaga’s recent Instagram post of her at the 2010 Grammys, the fan typed: “I miss the person in the picture so much.”

Lady Gaga responded to the comment, explaining: “I’m still here.” She then added: “See you at #TheChromaticaBall.”

The photo, which shows the star laughing in a white dressing gown, is captioned: “Me after the first Grammy I ever won. Still hits my heart like that.”

Gaga’s exchange with the fan did not go unnoticed, attracting hundreds of comments from other followers.


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One Instagram user wrote: “I needed this reply in my life and my existence as a little monster so SO bad!! Can’t wait to see LADY GAGA again and feed her with my love !! I love you we love you!”

Another added: “Kindest reply ever. Even now you’re teaching us!” While a third gushed: “We love you so much, we know you are here and we want the best for you. You are TOO AMAZING and TALENTED. QUEEN.”

The Chromatica Ball, her upcoming tour, begins in Germany on 17 July.

But just last Sunday (3 April) the world was treated to a stunning live performance from Lady Gaga at the Grammys.

Lady Gaga received a standing ovation at the Grammy Awards after performing a tribute to her musical collaborator, Tony Bennett.

Dedicating Cole Porter’s “Love for Sale” to Bennett, she said: “I love you, Tony. We miss you.”

While the duo were invited to sing together, Bennett, 95, was not able to perform due an Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

Later in the night Gaga and Bennett won the Grammy for Traditional Pop Vocal Album for their 2021 collaborative jazz album, Love for Sale, which covers Cole Porter’s songs.