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Little Monsters have a very different perspective on the ‘Chromatica’ album delay following Lady Gaga‘s historic announcement with the World Health Organization today.


Originally scheduled for release April 10th, Gaga made the tough decision to delay her sixth studio album ‘Chromatica’ in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement released on her website, Gaga said she’d prefer to use this period to focus on “finding solutions” and “getting essential medical equipment” to healthcare professionals during the global crisis.



Like Gaga predicted in her official statement, not all Little Monsters were happy with the delay. In fact, some fans went so far as to describe Gaga as hypocritical and money hungry, claiming the singer was only thinking about profit margins and ticket sales in her decision to delay to ‘Chromatica.’ Fans argued that if Gaga really wanted to spread the love and kindness she’s built her career off of, then she would’ve released the album as originally intended despite a possible financial setback.








Gaga also faced criticism for her bizarre appearance on Jimmy Fallon‘s “The Tonight Show: At Home Edition,” in which she announced she’d be making an announcement related to COVID-19 that was subsequently rescheduled. Fans who were already upset about the ‘Chromatica’ delay claimed Gaga was using the pandemic to draw attention to herself.


It turns out that Gaga really was using this time to help fight COVID-19, and critics are now rightfully changing their tune. Skeptics first started to take Gaga‘s efforts seriously when she spent her birthday on a phone call with the Director-General of the World Health Organization to discuss solutions. On Monday, April 7th, the singer and activist announced that she helped raise $35 MILLION in one week from over 68 different corporations alongside Global Citizen for relief efforts.


Additionally, Gaga is helping curate the international concert “One World: Together At Home,” an effort to support healthcare workers that features performances by Billie Eilish, Lizzo, Paul McCartney, Chris Martin, Andrea Bocelli, Kacey Musgraves, John Legend, Alanis Morissette, Elton John and many more. The special event takes place Saturday, April 18th.



Fans are now sending their heartfelt apologies to Gaga, vowing to “never say anything negative” ever again and praising the icon for living her life like a true kindness punk.








Popheads Reddit user potrap praised Gaga‘s efforts to raise money through corporations and not the average joe, noting that they were originally “skeptical” of the ‘Chromatica’ album delay:



Considering that she’s organizing the lineup, fans suspect Gaga will perform a song or two at “One World: Together At Home.” And while there’s still speculation that Gaga will give us a taste of her rumored collaboration with Ariana Grande, “Rain On Me” in the interim, let’s hope Stan Twitter continues to support the singer as she focuses her efforts away from ‘Chromatica’ and toward the global pandemic.


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