‘Rain on Me’, Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s collaboration, is here

Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande Had No Right To Get Us This Amped In Iso With ‘Rain On Me

"You don't understand how I feel, what I've been through". Oh my God, I can't, I can't. "I'm totally hiding.' And then this friendship blossomed", A Star Is Born star added. "You haven't seen the video yet, but she was so open to trying things that she hasn't done before". "Women with bunny ears", she wrote on Twitter. And she was like, 'You're going to be okay.

In an interview with Zane Lowe of Apple Beats 1, the singer, 34, explained: "She was so persistent". She would try over and over again to be friends with me.

"It was the most weird, attractive thing that could have happened, that this music actually healed me", she continued, admitting that chain-smoking had been something of a coping mechanism for her amid her mental health struggles.

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain On Me" is almost here (it will be released Friday, May 22), and the highly-anticipated collaboration track is already shaping up to be a crying-on-the-dance-floor anthem of fierce proportions. "This is about an analog of tears being the rain". "I'd rather be dry but at least I'm alive". I'd rather not be drinking, but I haven't died yet. Speaking of Ariana, the duo's collab titled Rain On Me is finally out and it's sure to make it to everyone's playlist. Okay, I'm going to keep on drinking. "This song has many layers", she shared.

"One time I felt like I was crying so much it would never stop".

Gaga seems to think very highly of Ariana, recognising that the young singer has gone through, "really hard life testing stuff". Let's show them what we've got.

Lady Gaga is turning the painful memories of her past into empowering dance tracks for her upcoming album, "Chromatic".



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