Inside the May Issue of Instyle Magazine, Lady GaGa talks her latest album Chromatica and raising tons of money for the COVID-19 response fund.
The album was originally set to be released on April 10th, but when the novel coronavirus became a pandemic, the star put those plans on hold to focus on an even bigger mission: partnering with the international advocacy organization Global Citizen to raise $35 million (and counting) for the World Health Organization’s Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund. She also curated a lineup of her fellow musicians for a two-hour special, One World: Together at Home, which will be broadcast on all major television stations on April 18th.
“I feel very grateful for what I’ve been a part of and what I’ve been invited to be a part of,” Gaga says. “All these artistic experiences made me who I am today. It’s like when people get married and say, ‘Through thick and thin.’ That’s how I feel about myself. I feel like, ‘You know what, Gaga? You know what, Stefani? In sickness and in health, I’m with you, and I’m going to hold your hand whatever the outcome.'”