Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga
Super Bowl 2017: Lady Gaga's Halftime Show Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Fans were thrilled with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s performance in the hit film “A Star Is Born.” They work so well together that many fans have been rooting for the two to actually pair up in real life as well.

Their fans’ desire to see them having a real-life romance was reignited when they performed a duet on Oscar singing the song “Shallow.” Audiences worldwide were enthralled with the number as their chemistry on stage was very evident to everyone.

And that’s how those Cooper-Gaga rumors started flooding the net. There were rumors that they were dating, which eventually evolved into rumors that they were already living together.

Then the rumors transformed into something else. Reports started pouring in that Gaga might already be pregnant with Cooper’s child.

Unfortunately for fans who want their favorite actors romantically involved and even having a baby together, the rumor has long since been debunked. While Gaga and Cooper became really good friends after working on “A Star Is Born,” the fact remains that they’re just good friends and that nothing romantic is going on between them.

Surprisingly, Gaga managed to remain unperturbed by all the rumors hounding her and her costar. In fact, she even alluded to the pregnancy issue on social media in a post that fans no doubt found very intriguing.

“Rumors I’m pregnant?” the singer once tweeted a few months back, according to Billboard. “Yeah, I’m pregnant with #LG6.”

While Gaga might have seemingly addressed those pregnancy rumors, many fans quickly realized that she was not actually talking about an upcoming baby with a robotic-sounding name LG6.

The mysterious name actually refers to her upcoming sixth album, according to CheatSheet. The publication posits that it’s temporarily referred to as LG6 for now as its name has not yet been revealed.

Pregnancy has always been used as a metaphor for the creative process. In fact, there are common phrases like “pregnant with ideas” or to “conceive with idea,” which goes to show how popular the notion is.

But the post could also be Gaga’s subtle way of telling her fans that she’s just too busy birthing her creative babies at the moment to even consider birthing a real baby.

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga attends the 91st Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 24, 2019. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

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