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Twitter Is All Aflutter Over Lady Gaga’s New Album “Joanne”

by Dan Tracer September 15, 2016


Who is Joanne? What does it all mean? And will the songs get better than the first single “Perfect Illusion”?

These are just some of the burning questions we, and the internet’s furthest reaches, have about Lady Gaga’s forthcoming sixth album.

Well as for the “who,” Gaga has revealed that Joanne is named after her father Joe Germanotta’s sister, Joanne Germanotta, who died from lupus at the all-too-early age of 19. Gaga’s middle name is also Joanne.

“She is the woman of my past, helping me bring more of my honest-woman self to the future,” she said in a radio interview.

Well since the album doesn’t come out until October 21st, for now all we have is “Perfect Illusion,” as well as a truckload of reactions on Twitter.

Here are a select few:

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