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Lady Gaga Celebrates Release of 'Chromatica' With At-Home Dance Party

Lady Gaga And Her Boyfriend Celebrate Release of 'Chromatica' With At-Home Dance Party
May 29, 2020 - 18:58 / Hayley Paskevich

After having just released her brand-new album, Chromatica, Lady Gaga celebrated with her boyfriend Michael Polansky. See the couple dancing it out together at home!

Lady Gaga and her boyfriend Michael Polansky aren't letting quarantine stop them from celebrating an exciting occasion! As People reports, Gaga's sixth album Chromatica dropped on Friday, and the pop singer took to Instagram to share a video of herself and Polansky having their own dance party to one of its songs!

Both dressed in futuristic-looking clothes inspired by the theme of Chromatica, Polansky wears a pink baseball cap and mask in the video to match Gaga's bright pink hair. The couple can be seen dancing it out to Gaga's new song "911," as pink and silver balloons spelling out the album's name float behind them. 

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Lady Gaga attends The 2019 Met Gala Celebrating Camp: Notes on Fashion on May 6, 2019.

Gaga on dance-pop track "911" and how she "flirted with" sobriety

Gaga included a lyric from "911" in her caption for the fun video. "My biggest enemy is me, pop a 911. #Chromatica," she wrote. "the worst things I hear about myself come from me. #911." As People shares, Gaga opened up about the song during an interview last week with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, revealing that it's about "an antipsychotic I take."

"I don't take any pain medication, because it's not healthy for me. But I've flirted with the idea of sobriety. I'm not there yet, but I flirted with it throughout the album," Gaga explained. "It's something that came up as a result of me trying to work through the pain that I was feeling." Gaga went on to share that she also learned to be kinder to herself in the process.

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"But part of my healing process was going, 'Well, I can either lash the hell out of myself every day for continuing to drink, or I can just be happy that I'm still alive and keep going,' and feel good enough," she said. "I am good enough. It's not perfect, but wabi-sabi. I'm perfectly imperfect.'"

Lady Gaga speaks onstage during Pride Live's 2019 Stonewall Day on June 28, 2019.

Gaga hopes Chromatica makes people realize they're not alone

Gaga said that while she continued to drink, she actually quit smoking after she finished making Chromatica. "I smoked the whole way through making this record. And when we were done, I stopped. It was the most bizarre, beautiful thing that could have happened, that this music actually healed me."

She also mentioned that in collaborating with Ariana Grande for their duet "Rain On Me," Grande helped her realize how she was struggling to work through her journey of healing. "Eventually, she called me on my s—. She was, 'You're hiding.' And I was, 'I am hiding. I'm totally hiding,'" Gaga admitted. "And then this friendship blossomed."

Ultimately, Gaga said that she hopes Chromatica is able to bring people together. "If you're listening to this album and you're suffering in any type of way, just know that that suffering within itself is a sign of your humanity and you are not broken," she said. "You are connected to the whole world and we are one giant body. We are one full entity."

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Watch the video Lady Gaga shared of herself and boyfriend Michael Polansky having a dance party to Gaga's new song "911" here!