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Lady Gaga Debuted A Surprise New Song At Coachella — With A Heartfelt Dedication

You're going to love "The Cure."

Lady Gaga wowed fans during her headlining set at Coachella this weekend. (As you may recall, the singer replaced Beyoncé, who is pregnant with twins and will perform next year instead.) Not only did she rock out to the classics such as "Bad Romance" and "Poker Face," but she also surprised fans with a brand-new song called "The Cure" — which she made available online soon afterward.

It's not clear yet where "The Cure" will appear. Gaga just released her fifth studio album Joanne last October, but according to Rolling Stone, she told fans at the festival that she's "back in the studio."


"The Cure" is a dance-worthy track with some very sweet lyrics. "If I can't find the cure, I'll / I'll fix you with my love," she sings, later adding, "And if you say you're OK / I'm gonna heal you anyway / Promise I'll always be there / Promise I'll be the cure."

The song came with a heartfelt dedication from Gaga to her Little Monsters. "I love you guys so much," she told the crowd. "I'm telling you, I have been through so much in my life and I've seen so much, and you cure me every time with your love."

Gaga will be back to perform at the festival next weekend. Until then, we'll be listening to the new track on repeat.

Watch the singer debut "The Cure" live on stage in the video below:

Cover photo via Instagram


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