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Lady Gaga Reacts to 'Stupid Love' Playing During Coronavirus Press Conference By Accident

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By Nic Morales

Lady Gaga's new hit, Stupid Love, started playing through someone's phone during a press conference addressing the Coronavirus. A clip of this happening went viral, leaving fans giggling all over the world.

The press conference took place in Italy, and as the participants move forward answering questions, someone's phone goes of, playing Gaga's new hit song.

"A council in Italy held a meeting regarding the Coronavirus, and #StupidLove accidentally started playing from someone's phone," reads Gaga's post on Twitter reads.

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Fans React

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"Stupid love is more infectious than Coronavirus." comments one Twitter user. "Well you did promise you’ll be The Cure... so now you’re The Cure for Coronavirus," says another.

"I come out: it was my phone that rang during the press conference! I'm happy if this moment managed to get a smile out of this delicate moment with #coronavirus. Love you @ladygaga Forever and ever! #StupidLove#Chromatica" claims another. This person had not been verified as the actual culprit, but it's still fun.

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"I knew it, coronavirus is the new @hauslabs invention to promote the album" another commenter writes. "that woman on the end is a little monster by her reaction and no one can convince me otherwise" jokes another.

"Yesterday I was in the waiting room of my new therapist, I was so nervous (is this the right person? will she help me? etc.) then #StupidLove started playing on the radio and I knew I was in the right place. #kindnesspunks" thanks another.

Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga.
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Fans can find 'Stupid Love' on Gaga's sixth studio album release, which is upcoming. Starring in the Oscar-winning film, A Star Is Born was Gaga's debut performance on screen. She teamed up with Bradley Cooper for this special flick. In the same year, Gaga interviewed with Oprah Winfrey for Elle.

After gushing over the near decade which has passed since their first sit-down recorded conversation and interview, Gaga went into details about what she's discovered as her life's purpose in this world.

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"I think as my career has grown and changed and I’ve done different things, I’ve become very mindful of my position in the world and my responsibility to humanity and to those who follow me. And I consider myself to be a kindness punk." the singer began.

"I look back at everything I’ve done, and I look at what I’m doing now, and punks, you know, have a sort of reputation for being rebellious, right? So for me, I really view my career, and even what I’m doing now, as a rebellion against all the things in the world that I see to be unkind. Kindness heals the world. Kindness heals people. It’s what brings us together—it’s what keeps us healthy." Gaga threw in.

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