Lady Gaga and Adele are two of the most influential musicians in this generation but are probably worlds apart when each other’s music are compared to the other. A recent rumor claims, however, that the Mother Monster may just partner up with the “When We Were Young” Singer for a collaborative album.

The rumor started buzzing around after One Republic’s frontman, Ryan Tedder, teased their own new music featuring a very outstanding powerhouse collaboration. “We have one song featuring Beyoncé and Adele with a Chris Martin piano solo on the bridge,” he said in an interview. Unfortunately for fans and music lovers, Tedder would reveal that this is all untrue.

Following this mind-blowing yet untrue reveal, Lady Gaga herself caused a bit of a buzz on Twitter earlier this month. The 33-year-old posted on her personal Twitter account, teasing the next title of her album release. “I’m calling my next album ADELE,” she wrote.

Fans reacted quickly, begging for the singer to drop her much-awaited next album. It has been more than 3 years since the release of her last album, “Joanne,” which she did in honor of her father’s sister. Now that her “A Star Is Born” promotions are finally officially done, many are expecting the pop star to be in the works for another album.

“Girl stop tweeting about your album and drop it already we are TIRED,” joked one user on Twitter. “Oscar winners with 24 Grammys to their name. We have no choice but to stan,” commented one fan account.

Through all the confusion and excitement of the fans by their idol’s announcement, there’s also the distinct possibility that the Twitter post was merely intended as a joke. Following on the hype that Tedder caused by his very wild and amusing statement, the artist could have probably just joined the bandwagon and made fun of the situation. 

Unfortunately, no further follow-ups on the hyped Adele album collaboration have been made as of late. Gaga has been teasing “LG6” to be in the works since earlier this year, so fans may expect to find out the true nature of her sixth album quite soon.

Lady Gaga Lady Gaga attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019 in Hollywood, California. Gaga announced that she's preparing to make new music. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images