Lady Gaga Shuts Down Pregnancy Rumors, Urges Fans to Vote

Lady Gaga denies pregnancy rumors with a TikTok post urging fans to register to vote.

Lady Gaga attends the world premiere fan screening of the Gaga Chromatica Ball concert film. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, DAVID JON/GETTY IMAGES)
Lady Gaga attends the world premiere fan screening of the Gaga Chromatica Ball concert film. (PHOTO: VIA PEOPLE, DAVID JON/GETTY IMAGES)

Lady Gaga, the multi-talented pop sensation, recently put an end to rumors about her being pregnant with a witty reference to Taylor Swift and an important reminder for her fans.

The 38-year-old singer found herself at the center of pregnancy speculation after attending her sister Natali Germanotta‘s wedding in Maine. Photos from the celebration sparked chatter, but Gaga swiftly set the record straight.

Taking to TikTok, Gaga shared a close-up video of her face, highlighting her bleached eyebrows. The video featured large white letters boldly stating, “Not pregnant — just down bad cryin at the gym register to vote at www.headcount.org.”

This cheeky message not only quashed the pregnancy rumors but also emphasized the importance of voter registration.

In her TikTok caption, she reiterated the call to action: “Register to vote or check if you’re registered EASILY at www.headcount.org.”

In the 10-second clip, Gaga lip-synced to an audio clip proclaiming, “I don’t have to find an aesthetic; I am the aesthetic. I mean, I’m sure there’s somebody out here right now who is going into Pinterest trying to type up all these adjectives to describe me.”

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Not pregnant — just down bad cryin at the gym register to vote at www.headcount.org

♬ Down Bad – Taylor Swift

The playful video quickly gained traction, with fans appreciating both her humor and her civic-minded message.

Gaga didn’t stop there. She took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share another clip, winking at the camera while reiterating her message.

“Not pregnant…REGISTER TO VOTE or check if you’ve already registered EASILY at http://headcount.org,” she wrote, ensuring her call to action reached a wider audience. She also posted the clip on her Instagram Stories, further amplifying the message.

This isn’t the first time Gaga’s personal life has been the subject of public scrutiny. In April, she was seen sporting a large diamond ring on her left hand, leading to speculation about an engagement to her boyfriend, Michael Polansky. Despite the buzz, Gaga’s representative has not commented on the matter.

Gaga’s romantic history has also been a topic of interest for fans and media alike. She was previously engaged to talent agent Christian Carino, with their relationship becoming public in February 2017.

The couple ended their engagement in February 2019. Before Carino, Gaga had a long-term relationship with actor Taylor Kinney. They got engaged in February 2015 but called it off a year later.

Despite the constant media attention on her personal life, Gaga remains focused on her career. At the Los Angeles premiere of her HBO concert special, “Gaga Chromatica Ball,” in May, she shared exciting news about her music.

“I am in the studio every single day. I have written so many songs, I’ve been producing so many songs, and it’s nothing like anything that I’ve ever made before,” she revealed during a Q&A session. “I love to break genre, and I love to explore music.”

Gaga’s dedication to her craft and her willingness to experiment with different musical styles have kept her at the forefront of the entertainment industry. Her recent announcement about new music has fans eagerly anticipating what she will come up with next.

In the meantime, Gaga’s emphasis on voter registration reflects her ongoing commitment to social and political causes.

Throughout her career, she has used her platform to advocate for various issues, from LGBTQ+ rights to mental health awareness. Her latest call to action is yet another example of how she leverages her influence for positive change.

Lady Gaga with her boyfriend Michael Polansky. (PHOTO: LADY GAGA/ INSTAGRAM)
Lady Gaga with her boyfriend Michael Polansky. (PHOTO: LADY GAGA/ INSTAGRAM)

As the 2024 election season heats up, Gaga’s message to register to vote resonates with many of her fans, especially younger ones who may be voting for the first time.

Organizations like HeadCount, which Gaga mentioned in her posts, play a crucial role in making voter registration accessible and straightforward.

In a world where celebrities often face intense scrutiny, Lady Gaga continues to navigate the spotlight with grace, humor, and a strong sense of responsibility.

By addressing rumors head-on and turning the conversation towards something meaningful, she once again proves why she remains a beloved and influential figure in both the music industry and beyond.

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