Lady Gaga planning Christmas album
Published 26/05/2011 | 13:54
Lady Gaga is planning to release a Christmas album of her take on traditional songs, according to reports.
The Judas singer - who was raised a Roman Catholic by her parents in New York - was interviewed by QI presenter Stephen Fry for this weekend's Financial Times and revealed her plans for a seasonal record release, The Sun reports.
Gaga told Stephen: "I thought it would be really sweet to do a Christmas release of Gaga and the jazz standards. I really want to do it. I've spoken to my manager".
The 25-year-old outlandish star recently surprised her fans by branching out into jazz when she performed at Radio 1's Big Weekend earlier this month.
Gaga sang Nat King Cole's classic Orange Coloured Sky, but the long trumpet solo did not go down as well as her usual dance tunes.