Lady Gaga has a major announcement to make.
She knows it may come as a surprise, but the rumor mill is already churning, so the singer figures she might as well stop pretending and start confirming.
So here goes, everybody...
... LADY GAGA IS PREGNANT!
The beloved artist and recent Oscar winner has confirmed the news herself, although she's done so with a caveat.
No, Gaga, just Tweeted. She isn't pregnant with a small human being, but rather with a brand new music album.
"Rumors I'm pregnant? Yeah, I'm pregnant with #LG6," wrote Gaga on her wildly popular social media account last night.
This marks the first time Gaga has referenced new tunes on the way.
She lent her voice, of course, to A Star is Born soundtrack won a Grammy, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for the single "Shallow."
But the 32-year-old last released an actual studio album in 2016, as "Joanne" debuted at number-one and spawned smash tracks such as "Million Reasons" and "Perfect Illusion.
As for that other kind of pregnancy chatter?
We have Star Magazine's latest cover story to thank/blame for it...
“It makes sense that she would’ve only just found out,” an anonymous source told this publication, explaining in more made-up detail:
“Gaga was partying throughout most of awards season, but then she stopped. It didn’t go unnoticed that she avoided booze at the Oscars."
But does the supposed baby belong to Carino, Cooper or even another, undisclosed lover?
This is the question on everyone's minds!
“The first thing everyone will want to know is whose baby this is,” Star writes, adding:
“If there’s any question at all, the belief is that Gaga and her most recent lovers will demand a DNA test."
How lovely, editors.
Not only did you just conjure up a pregnancy rumors, which is pretty darn personal and insensitive -- but you implied that Gaga has been sleeping around so much that she wouldn't even know the identity of the father.
Actually, scratch that:
You didn't imply it. You straight up wrote it!
As for the album, which is an actual fact we can safely report on, few details are available at the moment.
Some fans had been worried that Gaga would make the full-time transition to acting after the success of A Star is Born, so they're very thankful this doesn't appear to be the case.
Gaga also recently started following Rihanna on Instagram, leading some to think a collaboration may be in the works.
How amazing would that be?!?
Speaking of amazing, we'll leave you with this performance of Gaga and Cooper singing "Shallow" at the Oscars.
Be warned, however: You may get pregnant just be viewing it...