Lady Gaga is using her time wisely after her bad romance with Dan Horton ended abruptly last month, by burying herself in her work. But you won’t find the Grammy and Oscar-winning superstar holed up in a studio or rehearsing for her Las Vegas Residency inside MGM’s Park Theater.
Gaga has been furiously writing the screenplay of her life story which she hopes to turn into a film. “This is something Gaga has played around with for years, but only recently has she really drilled down on it and is now close to finishing it,” a source told Fame. She’s been serious enough over the years, sources say, that she has been silently buying the life rights of some of the friends who have been around for her unlikely rise as an outcast who became the Queen of Pop. “She is writing her story the way she sees it and doesn’t want any outside interference from some people who might dispute her version of things,” the source said. The pop superstar is celebrating is celebrating her hattrick of Grammy Award nominations with a throwback, feel-good clip with Ben Rice, her co-producer and engineer on “Shallow.”
The video captures the pair in great spirits on July 9, 2018, just moments after they turned in the final master for the A Star Is Born soundtrack. Gaga is on the verge of double-figure Grammy wins. She’s claimed nine from 27 nominations over her career, including a pair of wins for “Shallow” at the 61st annual Grammys, for best song written for visual media and best pop duo/group performance. The single, recorded by Gaga and her co-star and A Star Is Born director Bradley Cooper, went to No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, on the way setting a new mark (45 weeks) for longevity on the chart for an Academy Award winner for best original song.