After announcing her weekly show “Gaga Radio,” the pop diva revealed the behind-the-scenes look at “Rain on Me.”

A few weeks ago Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande released their first single together, “Rain on Me” which earned them the record for nominations for the next VMAs. The single that quickly rose to the top of the playlists is part of Gaga’s sixth studio album, Chromatica (2020). It was written by Gaga, Ariana Grande, Nija Charles, Rami Yacoub, Tchami, Boys Noize, and their producers BloodPop and Burns.

This Thursday Lady Gaga took to her social networks to share the funny “making of” of the “Rain on Me” video that reveals unpublished scenes behind the creation of the video clip. In a part of the promotional video, the singer is heard saying to the team: “One of the things I want to do the most with this video is to celebrate women and I want to show people how to do it”, then they show funny moments in the middle of the dance rehearsals.

Last week, as soon as Ariana Grande found out about her VMAs nominations, she made a call to “Mother Monster” to celebrate, while she spoke through her official Instagram account where she made a sincere post thanking the recognition and support. of the fans. Along with a selfie, Lady Gaga highlighted the positive of receiving a news like today in the midst of times of global uncertainty.

“This is such a difficult time for people around the world, I really honor how lucky I am to have a day like today. I hope everyone celebrates right now, everyone should be nominated for an award right now. For bravery, for courage, for the strong human spirit. God bless you and I love you thank you for this gift today. 😭❤️ ”, she said excitedly in the publication that added almost 2 million likes.

Lady Gaga and Grande appear together in the main award categories: Video of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Collaboration, Best Pop, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Choreography. Ariana, surprisingly, is featured twice in Best Collaboration for her other 26-year-old Justin Bieber hit “Stuck with U,” which also competes in the Best Home Music Video category.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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