Lady Gaga just posted a cryptic tweet about moving on, and her millions of fans are losing it. The majority of them are wondering if the post has something to do with the singer’s upcoming album or her previous heartaches.

“Today is a new day,” Gaga tweeted. “Look back, but don’t stare,” she added.

Thousands of fans immediately replied to the singer by asking her if the tweet is the lyrics to one of her songs. Some of them also asked when Gaga will be releasing her sixth studio album.

Other fans urged Gaga not to tease them too much as they might get a heart attack. And some fans also became upset with the endless clues that still don’t make much sense.

“Are these lyrics for your inspirational anthem like ‘Fight Song’ that will go #1 for 20 weeks?” one person wrote. “Omg the album title yasss,” another person posted.

“Imagine how tired we are,” one person wrote after reading Gaga’s cryptic tweets throughout the past couple of weeks. “Ma’am, I did not sign up for push notifications so I could have inspirational quotes sent to me through the week,” another fan tweeted. “I have another app for that. We want LG6 announcements.”

Meanwhile, since Gaga’s latest tweet had something to do with moving on and not looking back, some fans are wondering if it had to do with her “A Star Is Born” costar. Ever since Gaga and Cooper appeared in the film, rumors swirled that they were an item.

But by the looks of it, Gaga’s latest tweet had nothing to do with Cooper. After all, the singer already confirmed that she and Cooper never dated before, during and after “A Star Is Born.

At least one Gaga fan is also wondering if her tweet had something to do with her rumored pregnancy. The fan implied that Gaga is already on her third trimester. “How’s your 3rd trimester going, Queen?” the fan wrote.

In March, Gaga denied the rumors that she’s expecting her first child. The singer said that she’s only pregnant with her new album.

Lady Gaga Lady Gaga poses in the press room during the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 10, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for The Recording Academy